By Alan Baldwin SILVERSTONE, England, June 19 (Reuters) - Formula One is unlikely to split in two despite teams planning to set up their own championship, International Automobile Federation (FIA) president Max Mosley said on Friday. "Always with these things in the end there is a compromise because they can't afford not to run in the Formula One world championship, and we would be very reluctant to have that without them," he told BBC TV in an interview at the British Grand Prix. The ...
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