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Big team bosses support F1 customer car concept

Ferrari would be the first t supply customer teams should this be allowed The issue of customer cars arises just about every year, this time around it was raised during the Monaco Grand Prix weekend and it transpires that both Red Bull team boss Christian Horner and newly instated Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci support the concept. Ferrari have always lobbied for the return of customer cars, and Mattiacci is clearly a supported of the idea, 'We strongly believe in customer cars. I think that if there is a way to guarantee an entry level that is less expensive than probably a top team budget it is a customer car, to give more support, probably, that’s another way to go, to go...
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