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Remaining F1 Constructors' Championship Battles Have Big Financial Implications

Mercedes may have locked up their third straight Formula One constructors' title with four races remaining, but there are still several important battles raging lower down in the standings. The casual fan may not get too excited about whether Williams can catch Force India for fourth place or if Sauber can steal a point to pass Manor for 10th place, but it matters to the teams.
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