COLUMN-Motor racing-Ferrari first, on and off the track


By Alan Baldwin, motor racing correspondent LONDON, Jan 20 (Reuters) - Bernie Ecclestone has said often enough that Formula One is Ferrari. The announcement of a new agreement between the sport's governing body, commercial rights holder and world champions only serves to emphasise the point. In any power struggle for control of the cash-generating glamour sport, two things are traditionally deemed to matter more than anything. One is the involvement of Ferrari, the only team to have ...

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