By Alan Baldwin BARCELONA, May 22 (Reuters) - Formula One's governing body has softened its stance on the introduction of smaller 'greener' engines from 2013, commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone said on Sunday. The Formula One supremo told Reuters that International Automobile Federation (FIA) president Jean Todt had suggested at a Spanish Grand Prix meeting on Saturday to allow teams to continue using the old V8 engines for one more year alongside the new one. Ecclestone, who has ...
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