MONACO, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Formula One could reach a deal by the start of the season to end the threat of a damaging split, according to Renault F1 president Patrick Faure. "When you see in which direction we are going as far as the rules are concerned and as far as the discussions with the owners of Formula One, I really think we can be more optimistic than we could have been six months or a year ago," he said at the launch of Renault's 2006 car on Tuesday. "It's not impossible," added ...
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