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Montezemolo: Double points rule could be dropped

Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo claims that the controversial double points rule due to be introduced in 2014 could still be scrapped.The rule, whereby the final race of the season (Abu Dhabi) will see the top ten finishers earn double the points they would gain elsewhere has been widely ridiculed as one of the most blatant attempts to manipulate the sport in living memory. Indeed, barely anyone, other than Sergio Perez, has spoken in favour of the new rule.Speaking to journalists at his team's Christmas lunch for the media, Montezemolo, himself apparently no fan of the rule, said it could yet be scrapped.'I am not enthusiastic about it, because for me it looks too artificial,' he...
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