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Montezemolo left track during Bahrain thriller

April 7, 2014.- Luca di Montezemolo did not wait to see Ferrari's drivers collect the dregs of the points in Bahrain. The Ferrari president, having earlier admitted to pushing for rule changes to spice up the dull spectacle of F1's 'new' era, left the floodlit desert circuit during what many described as one of the best grands prix for a decade. "I don't think there is much more to see," the Italian was quoted by La Gazzetta dello Sport before leaving the track mid-race. "Seeing a Ferrari so slow on the straight gives me great pain," he admitted. "I was not expecting much from this race, but something more (than this). "It is necessary to put in extra effort...
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