Toto Wolff says "the situation is unchanged" on a number of fronts after talks between F1 team bosses and Bernie Ecclestone, with no resolution on the distribution of funds.

All of the team bosses were present at a meeting in Interlagos which lasted for two and a half hours, with the smaller teams pushing for action amid the cost crisis which has seen Marussia fold and left Caterham in administration. However, Wolff told reporters in the paddock that there had been no resolutions or changes following the meeting.

"Nothing on anything, but we spent a good two and a half hours!" Wolff said. "The situation is unchanged on everything, the money side, engine side.

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"That is it for this weekend."

However, Wolff appeared in favour of Ecclestone providing the smaller teams with more money if he chooses to, saying Mercedes would not ask for more itself.

"You need to keep Formula One in mind, and we have a responsibility to the series itself. You can't have a narrow view on your own personal situation because we are all here to perform best and generate the most outcome. You need to keep common sense for the general economic and commercial situation of Formula One for all the teams."

Wolff also explained that talks on a potential engine unfreeze had failed to make any progress after a Mercedes proposal was rejected.

"No compromise. This situation is unchanged. We offered a slight compromise which we think we can afford to not the change the specs and the price for the customers which we think is essential in the current environment, but it wasn't accepted.

"I'm not sure this is the end. There will be further discussions."