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Ferrari can veto Horner's appointment to top F1 job

Ferrari's political power extends even to the identity of Bernie Ecclestone's eventual successor. Amid his legal troubles surrounding the Gerhard Gribkowsky corruption scandal, 83-year-old Ecclestone recently named Red Bull team boss Christian Horner as his preferred successor. Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo, however, dismissed Horner's naming as a "joke". "As the years go by, he (Ecclestone) more and more enjoys making jokes and I'm happy he still has the desire to do so," he told Italian television Rai. In the same interview, Montezemolo confirmed for the very first time long-standing paddock rumours that Ferrari has the unique ability to "veto"...
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