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Minardi feels big changes are in the air

Veteran team owner Gian Carlo Minardi fears for the future of the sport and warns that changes are needed.As the teams take an enforced break, during which their factories are effectively under the control of the FIA and no employee or worker may enter the factories and even e-mail traffic is prohibited, Minardi looks forward to the short-term future of the sport but fears for the long-term.'At the resumption of work it will be Autumn,' he says, 'the supremacy of Mercedes makes me forecast large movements regarding the teams' workforces. Ferrari has already begun, but what they did seems not enough, so other changes are in the air.'McLaren is also forced to work in such a way to ensure...
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