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I don't think the power of veto applies if Stefan GP buy USF1's 'franchise'. There's enough Precedent - Brawn, Merc, Sauber, Genii. The only difference I can see is that these four were 'seamless', ie ownership changed but the physical (as opposed to legal) entity stayed the same ie factory location, employees etc. The big bollock dropped here from a SGP point of view is that Toyota formally withdrew whereas the others did not. (But of course if they hadn't withdrawn, we wouldn't even had Sauber on the grid). NB the above is based on a bit of knowledge of Concord andf a bit of legal training so don't quote me!