LONDON, March 27 (Reuters) - Formula One carmakers threatening their own series announced on Monday that their teams had submitted entry forms to continue in the FIA world championship in 2008. "The five teams united through the Grand Prix Manufacturers Association...have submitted their entry forms for the 2008 Formula One world championship," the GPMA said in a statement. The carmakers' teams are champions Renault, BMW Sauber, McLaren Mercedes, Honda and Toyota.
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