LONDON, Oct 31 (Reuters) - Formula One's controlling banks remain hopeful that a deal can be done to end the threat of a rival championship being planned by major carmakers. "We see it as a crucial issue for all constituents of Formula One to end the discussions on two series," Bayerische Landesbank's Gerhard Gribkowsky told the official Formula One website on Monday. Gribkowsky, whose bank recently took over the voting rights of Morgan Stanley and Lehman Brothers on the SLEC holding ...
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