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F1 looking to launch Historic Masters Series

The likes of Nigel Mansell, Nelson Piquet and Martin Brundle might soon be taking to the Formula 1 circuits after Bernie Ecclestone revealed there are plans to launch a historic masters series. The idea, which has already been made popular by sports such as golf and tennis, would see ex-drivers getting behind the wheel of their classic F1 cars to compete in a masters series which would likely be a support event for F1. It could see the likes of a V10 Williams FW14 as driven by Mansell in 1991 going up against V12 Ferrari F412T1 as driven by Gerhard Berger in 1994. Speaking about the idea, ex-Ferrari driver Berger lent his support. "I am sure that it will be successful and that all...
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