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Montezemolo: F1 has to be extreme

Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo says F1 “has to be extreme” and claims the current sport “is no longer Formula One”.Montezemolo is present in Bahrain for talks with FIA president Jean Todt and Bernie Ecclestone about the future of F1 after raising his concerns that the new regulations are damaging the sport. Speaking in the paddock in Bahrain, Montezemolo said the teams need to think about how the fans are reacting to F1 at this early stage."We want to increase the value, the passion, the success of Formula One,” Montezemolo said. "Formula One is our life, so we have to look ahead, sharing with the other teams a good solution. I don't want to think of the decline...
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