Grand Prix Manufacturers Association

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The Grand Prix Manufacturers Association (GPMA) was an alliance of car manufacturers that participated in Formula One formed (like its predecessor GPWC) to act as a tool to assist the companies in bargaining with Bernie Ecclestone for an agreeable extension to the 1997 Concorde Agreement, the contract by whose terms the teams compete in F1. It has now been superseded by the Formula One Teams Association

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(as at time of formation of FOTA)

Former members[edit]

On 27 March 2006, Formula One's five "rebel" manufacturer-backed teams signed up to the 2008 World Championship.

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