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Ferrari has veto over Ecclestone successor

– Bernie Ecclestone has revealed that Ferrari has a veto over who will succeed him as head of Formula 1. The 83-year-old, who has controlled the sport's commericial rights since 1978, recently revealed that he would ideally like to hand over power to Red Bull team boss Christian Horner. Recalling his thought process in an interview with CNN, Ecclestone explained: "Somebody said to me, 'What happens when you go, what's going to happen?'. Christian walked past and I said: 'What about him? He is a good guy.' "Firstly CVC would never agree and secondly Ferrari would have a say." Ferrari's consent revolves around a detail that is written in the prospectus for the stalled...
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