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Lauda: Whoever has less failures this year will be world champion

Lauda: Whoever has less failures this year will be world champion 26 January, 2014 Niki Lauda worried about reliability Reliability will be the key to unlocking this year's Formula 1 championship, according to triple world champion Niki Lauda and Ferrari technical director James Allison. Lauda, the non-executive chairman of the Mercedes team, also highlighted reliability on a visit to his old team for discussions with Ferrari president Luca Di Montezemolo about the sport in general. 'The combination of new car and installing the car and engine in a way that (means) you are reliable, this is the biggest challenge,' he told the website. 'Whoever has less failures this year will be world...
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