Formula 1 pulled back from the brink on Wednesday as FOTA struck an 11th-hour deal with the FIA to prevent F1 from splitting into two.
After a meeting of the World Motor Sport Council in Paris, the rebel teams dropped plans to form a breakaway championship and Max Mosely would stand down as FIA president in October.
The 8 teams will join Williams, Force India as well as Campos Meta, Manor Grand Prix and Team USF1 to form a 13 team grid, the largest since 1995.
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