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TestingTimes. The argument last summer was about the FIA trying to reduce costs and the OEM teams resisting. The Concorde money is an agreement between the teams and FOM. The FIA has no say in it.
The problem was that although the OEM teams resisted drastic cost cuts, this is exactly what the big bosses were doing in the main companies. If the teams had agreed to cut, some of them would might still be in F1.
As it was, the main boards did not have time to go into detail about F1, they were too busy trying to save their core businesses. Result: a quick decision to quit F1.