By Alan Baldwin IMOLA, Italy, April 23 (Reuters) - More overtaking, more teams, lower costs and, crucially, more excitement. Formula One was offered all of this by the governing International Automobile Federation (FIA) on Friday with the most far-reaching proposals for change in the sport's history. There is bound to be furious debate before 2008, the target date for the introduction of a new world where a driver's innate talent should matter more than the electronic gizmos in his ...
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