By Alan Baldwin LONDON, April 29 (Reuters) - Formula One is facing momentous change, however much Ferrari and Michael Schumacher keep on serving up the same old dominance. The sense of inevitability that accompanied Schumacher's fourth win in four races on Sunday contrasted with the uncertainty hanging over the sport. Proposals by the governing International Automobile Federation (FIA) to take motor racing back to basics from 2008 caused far more of a stir than anything seen on the ...
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