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Briatore says Ferrari lost its excellence in Formula 1

Fernando Alonso and Flavio Briatore 2006 F1 world champions While Ferrari's global brand remains strong, the health of the Maranello based Formula 1 team is less impressive according to former Formula 1 team boss Flavio Briatore, who was asked by Italian Radio 105 if he thinks Ferrari still stands for excellence. 'The brand is an excellence,' the 63-year-old former Renault and Benetton boss said. 'For the team, at the moment it is very difficult. It is not an excellence in competitiveness, in Formula 1, but the brand is very strong in the world.' Indeed, it is now more than six years since Kimi Raikkonen won the 2007 title, and 2014 is the fifth Ferrari campaign since Formula 1′s...
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