By Alan Baldwin MONACO, May 25 (Reuters) - Volkswagen and Ford will play a part in shaping new Formula One technical regulations but neither manufacturer is likely to enter the sport, according to FIA President Max Mosley. "I don't think there is any suggestion that either of those companies will come into Formula One," the International Automobile Federation head told reporters at the Monaco Grand Prix. "But from our point of view, if we can involve two or even more (uncommitted) ...
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