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It's actually because of the top teams that the smaller ones are having a hard time staying afloat.
The top teams are the ones that threatened to break away if there was a budget cap. They are also the ones that wanted Max Moseley out.
They were afraid that if the budget cap came in place it would allow teams that had extensive chassis engineering skills come in and maybe shake things up. Without a budget cap it limits the number of new entrants willing to make a commitment.