By Alan Baldwin LONDON, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Ferrari's rivals agreed at a meeting on Tuesday not to rush into a new commercial agreement with Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone. The nine team bosses also decided to ask the governing International Automobile Federation (FIA) to postpone a planned meeting on Friday to discuss major changes to the regulations. The FIA's suggested measures for 2008, seen by Reuters, included switching to a single tyre supplier and a huge reduction in ...
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