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Why Ferrari could lead others out of F1
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Why Ferrari could lead others out of F1

'Making cars all the same with simpler and cheaper engines is like NASCAR, it doesn’t interest us.' IMAGE: Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari in action. Photograph: Dan Istitene/Getty Images Ferrari could lead other Formula One teams into an alternative championship if the sport becomes too much like the US-based NASCAR series but hope it does not come to that, chairman Sergio Marchionne has said.Speaking to reporters at the Italian team’s pre-Christmas lunch in Maranello, the Fiat ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago

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Ferrari boss Sergio Marchionne warns exodus if Formula 1 goes NASCAR way

Ferrari could lead other Formula One teams into an alternative championship if the sport becomes too much like the US-based NASCAR series but hope it does not come to that, chairman Sergio Marchionne has said. Speaking to reporters at the Italian team's ...
 DNA2 months ago
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Sports Shorts: Coleman breaks world record in 60 metres

A summary of sports events and persons who made news on Monday IMAGE: USA's Christian Coleman broke a 20-year-old record that was set by Maurice Greene. Photograph: Lucy Nicholson/Reuters World silver medallist Christian Coleman broke the world record in the 60 metres when he ran 6.34 seconds at the US indoor national championships in Albuquerque, New Mexico on Sunday. Fellow American Maurice Greene had held the record of 6.39 seconds for 20 years. "It feels like a blur," said the 21-year-old ...
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Sports Shorts: Danica ready for her final Daytona 500 start

IMAGE: Danica Patrick stands in the garage area. Photograph: Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images Danica Patrick, who inspired young women to break into the male-dominated sport of motor racing, will make her final NASCAR start at Sunday's Daytona 500.   "Not only is it the biggest (NASCAR) race of the year, it's wide open from a performance standpoint," Patrick told reporters this week at Daytona 500 media day. "It's exciting. Anything can happen." Patrick's start on Sunday, in what is known as ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Alonso readies for Daytona, eyes Le Mans

Former Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso will fill in another gap on his motor-racing resume on Saturday when he takes part in the 24 Hours of Daytona, giving him vital experience for a possible future crack at the Le Mans 24 Hours.After trying his ...
 Business Standard4 weeks ago
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Formula One: Force India to start new season with a new name?

Force India could have a new name before Formula One's pre-season testing starts in Spain next month. A spokesman for the British-based Formula One team said on Tuesday that plans had yet to be finalised, however. "A name change ahead of the new season ...
 DNA1 month ago

From 'Dunkirk' to 'IT' - Here're the Top 9 H'wood movies of 2017

With Hollywood performing lower than what was expected, 2017 still had some movies which entertained us to the core. From intense 'War for the Planet of the Apes' to terrifying 'IT', the outgoing year had something for everyone.While, there were many big ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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