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Caterham says it's staying, Ferrari threatens to quit

From either end of the F1 grid, teams ended the working week by sending out very different signals about their respective futures. At the back of the grid, struggling Caterham's supremo Tony Fernandes batted off speculation his green cars might be missing in Austria next weekend. "Caterham F1 will be racing in Austria. There is no question," the Malaysian aviation entrepreneur told his almost 1 million Twitter followers. But the message coming out of Ferrari, F1's most famous team, was very different. Earlier this week, with Fernando Alonso heading to Le Mans on Saturday to flag off the famous 24 hour endurance race, reports suggested the Maranello marque might be planning a...
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