By Alan Baldwin LONDON, June 22 (Reuters) - Formula One may have days rather than weeks to stave off a rival series with teams saying they are already well advanced in their preparations and fast approaching the point of no return. "I would say very short," Toyota motorsport president John Howett told Reuters when asked after Sunday's British Grand Prix what sort of time was available before the situation became irrevocable. "If we start with the actions next week which we intend to, ...
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