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Ferrari: Media reports 'pure speculation'.

Ferrari has dismissed media claims that it could quit F1 for Endurance racing, claiming the reports are 'pure speculation'.The reports were based on an interview with the Wall Street Journal in which Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo complained about the 2014 rules and the direction in which the sport is heading. He concluded the interview by saying: 'We cannot do sports-car racing and Formula One. It's not possible.'In a statement issued on the Ferrari website in response to the reports, the teams says:'Some elements of the media have suggested Ferrari would quit Formula 1 to concentrate on the Le Mans 24 Hours and Endurance racing. This is a bit of a stretch based on President Luca...
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