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Ferrari boss repeats F1 quit threat

Ferrari chief Sergio Marchionne on Monday repeated his threat that the team could leave Formula 1 if it dislikes the direction new owners Liberty Media take with the sport. Speaking at Ferrari’s Christmas lunch, Marchionne said he was unhappy with the approach taken by former Ferrari technical director Ross Brawn, who is now Liberty’s managing director for the sport. 'The thing that most annoys me is that there is an experienced man like Ross Brawn there who is looking for ways that go against the DNA of Formula One,' Marchionne was quoted as saying. 'Making cars all the same with simpler and cheaper engines is like NASCAR, it doesn't interest us,' he added. 'We need to find a...
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