Formula 1 teams are locked in a dispute over the introduction of a cost cap in 2015. Whilst all teams agree that a general reduction in spending is important there is a division over how it should be done. At one point earlier this year there was a unanimous agreement to introduce a cap after a meeting in Geneva but the controversial F1 Strategy Group overturned the agreement and the cost cap was declared dead. However Caterham, Marussia, Force India and Sauber have since lobbied the FIA to ensure the agreement to introduce the cap as planned. However the strategy group has proposed a number of alternative measures aimed at reducing spending, including banning interlinked suspension, re-introducing active suspension and an increase in the number of spec components on the cars.