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Montezemolo: It will be interesting to see how many cars will finish the first race in Australia

Montezemolo: It will be interesting to see how many cars will finish the first race in Australia 5 March, 2014 With the Formula 1 world focusing on the forthcoming season opening Australian Grand Prix, the big talking point is how the all new V6 turbo power units will fare in the first race of this new era for the sport - Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo wondered out loud how many cars will cross the finish line on 16 March. “It will be interesting to see how many cars will finish the first race in Australia,” said Montezemolo at the Geneva Motor Show. Speaking to journalists the Ferrari boss added, “The design of these new Formula 1 cars is very complicated, with a lot of...
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