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Formula One is set to retain its unpopular qualifying format at next week's Chinese Grand Prix after teams rejected a compromise backed by the governing FIA and called for a return to last year's older version.Various sources said the teams expressed their united position in a letter to commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone and International Automobile Federation (FIA) head Jean Todt who both ruled out going back at a 90-minute meeting in Bahrain last weekend.Any change to the 2016 regulations requires the unanimous approval of the FIA's F1 commission which groups the teams, commercial rights holder and governing body as well as other stakeholders.
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