LONDON, Nov 25 (Reuters) - The group of Formula One carmakers planning their own series from 2008 say they are keen to talk to the sport's new owners but will not put their preparations on hold. "We look forward to entering into a constructive dialogue with Alpha Prema as we pursue our objective to develop further the sport for the benefit of all stakeholders and in particular the fans," the GPMA said in a statement on Friday. "Meanwhile, the GPMA and its operating partner iSe will ...
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