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Ferrari all but concede defeat in F1 title race

Ferrari have all but thrown in the towel in the Formula One title race after the latest demonstration of strength by Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel and will concentrate effectively all efforts on developing a competitive car for the next season. Vettel's latest win Sunday in Singapore, a massive 32 seconds ahead of Ferrari's Fernando Alonso, saw him increase his championship lead to 60 points en route to a fourth world title with six races left. Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali said Monday that Ferrari will still aim to be ready to take advantage of any mishap by Vettel, but that their focus is now fully shifting to 2014, which will see several major changes including a V6 turbo...
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