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Team bosses bat for continuation of F1 'grid girls'

Formula One bosses want the 'grid girls' to continue to be a part of the sport.F1 sporting boss Ross Brawn revealed that they are reviewing the practice of having women fulfilling the role as grid girls.Earlier this month, Red Bull driver Max Verstappen had ... Business Standard, 4 weeks 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 ...
 DNA1 month ago
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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.com1 month ago
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Ferrari can choose to quit F1: FIA president

Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) president Jean Todt has said that Ferrari would suffer if it followed through on its threat of quitting Formula One. Earlier, Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne had threatened to quit F1 racing if its new owner ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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Check out F1's proposed major change for 2021

The aim is to come up with regulations which, apart from making engines more affordable and louder, would also make it easier for new manufacturers to come in and for teams to be competitive. IMAGE: Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel in action during the Mexican Grand Prix. Photograph: Clive Mason/Getty Images Formula One will have simpler, cheaper and noisier engines from 2021 as part of a "road map" for the future presented to teams on Tuesday that could entice new manufacturers to enter the sport.
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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