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Montezemolo: Formula 1 isn't working

Ferrari had a highly active sportscar programme in the early seventies The big boss of sport's most iconic and well supported team, Ferrari, has declared that currently Formula 1 – with it's all new ‘greener' V6 turbo engines – is not an attractive proposition for fans and perhaps an alternative for the legendary marque is Le Mans style endurance racing. With Fernando Alonso at Le Mans to flag off the famous 24 hour endurance race, reports emerged which suggested the Maranello marque might be planning a prototype sports car project. But president Luca di Montezemolo, whose dissatisfaction of the new era rules is well known, said that a Le Mans project would mean...
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