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Maserati confirm Formula E for 2023, Formula 1 next?

Maserati, Formula 1 winners with Juan Manuel Fangio in the 1950s, will compete in Formula E from 2023 as the first Italian brand to enter the championship and are not discounting a foray back to the pinnacle of the sport. Chief executive Davide Grasso hailed a 'back to the future' first step for a 107-year-old company famed for fast luxury cars and keen to re-establish its sporting credentials. The Modena-based marque is part of Stellantis, formed last year by the merger of Fiat Chrysler and France's PSA, and has already announced that all its models will have electric versions by 2025. Grasso told reporters Maserati had been working for a year with Formula E on plans for a return to the...
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