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Di Montezemolo calls F1 teams for summit

– Ferrari President Luca di Montezemolo has called teams to a summit at Maranello next month, amid fears over the future of the sport. With fans questioning the new regulation that will see drivers awarded double points at the season finale, team bosses expressing concerns over rising costs and certain paddock figures pushing for customer cars, Montezemolo believes that leading members of all 11 outfits should meet under one roof to collectively air their thoughts. A meeting is planned at the brand's factory in the second half of January, shortly before pre-season testing begins. "I have the intention to invite the teams to Maranello, not to discuss a single point that maybe can...
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