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Ecclestone confident Red Bull won t tire of F1

F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has said that he sees no reason why Red Bull would want to leave F1, even though it has won the past four world championship titles.While runaway success would be largely expected to keep a team interested in competing, F1 remains an expensive business, and there are fears that, having conquered it, Dietrich Mateschitz, who also backs the Toro Rosso squad, may decide to use alternative outlets – and Red Bull has many - to market his products.Ecclestone, however, is confident that the Austrian, given his love of motorsport and competition, will remain in the top flight for the foreseeable future.“Dietrich Mateschitz is so competitive, he loves racing, he...
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