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Caterham boss Fernandes admits F1 hasn t worked

Speculation concerning the future of the Caterham F1 team has been sparked once more after owner Tony Fernandes shut down his popular Twitter account, but not before declaring that 'F1 didn't work'. Despite insisting that he was not about to do anything hasty in the wake of F1 rival Marussia scoring points in Monaco, the AirAsia entrepreneur has offered another hint to perpetuate the rumour he is seeking an exit from the top flight, following a series of Twitter posts that preceded the abrupt closure of his social media account. Amongst those tweets was one concerning his struggling F1 team, Fernandes bowing out with the message 'F1 hasn't worked but love Caterham cars', suggesting that...
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