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Ferrari to retain almighty veto in 2021 Concorde Agreement

Ferrari chairman Louis Camilleri has confirmed that the F1's future Concorde Agreement will preserve the Scuderia's historic right to oppose F1 rule changes. The House of Maranello's powerful veto was enshrined in the sport's very first Concorde Agreement in 1980, the covenant by which F1 was run in the following decades. The right was originally a demand imposed by Enzo Ferrari to ensure that Bernie Ecclestone's FOCA team association could not unilaterally establish or change F21's rules without Maranello's consent. The deterrent has only been used sparingly by Ferrari over the years, and FIA president Jean Todt has often suggested that the veto should be discarded altogether. Ferrari...
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