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Contrite Lauda apologises to Ferrari

Mercedes non-executive chairman Niki Lauda has apologised to Ferrari for calling the F14 T "s**t". While his Mercedes team are running away with both the Championships this year, Ferrari and McLaren are struggling and three-time World Champion Lauda didn't hold back in his criticism. "McLaren have the same engine as us and the car is s**t," he told El Pais over the weekend. "Where are they? Nowhere. "Watch the Ferrari: another s**t car. "Next year will be difference because they can change half the engine." The 65-year-old Austrian, though, says he has phoned Ferrari President Luca di Montezemolo to apologise. "I apologise to Ferrari, to Luca di...
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