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You make a very good point on Ferrari, one I concur with wholly. However the manufacturers leaving has also got its roots in FIA management.
It is their responsibilty to manage team costs, and they failed badly. This is Mosleys fault, no question, and this is indefensible.
You cannot force anyone to a cost-cap resolution, instead a carrot approach of recieving MORE concorde money for spending LESS would have salvaged the situation.
The manufacturers other issue was stifled development in the face of "technology freezing". Again the blame lies at the FIA's door, not only does it make them leave but it stops other manufacturers from joining until the next development window years ahead.