By Alan Baldwin LONDON, April 30 (Reuters) - World sportscar promoter Stephane Ratel does not mind settling for second best and he is not afraid to admit it. The confession, in a sport where second usually means best of the losers, is no reflection on the potential of the French entrepreneur's newly launched FIA GT1 world championship, however. Rather, it is his way of recognising that Formula One is top of the tree and other series must accept a secondary role. "We want to be the ...
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