General Motors Co. could capitalize on the combination of recall woes of principle rival Toyota Motor Corp. and its own momentum to reclaim the crown of the world’s top seller in 2010, but executives in Detroit say they’ll focus on running their game plan and leave it to consumers to decide a winner at the end of the year. “This isn’t about a global sales race,” says Susan Docherty, vice president-sales, service and marketing at GM. “This is about healthy brands and profitable sales, and ...

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