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Ferrari to lose special rights

The sports imminent new owners Liberty Media, have suggested that future prize money allocation rules could change – and that Ferrari could also lose their financial privileges from the dividing of the F1 pie.

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Fiat Chrysler violations could 'considerably undermine' business plan, DBRS says

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV’s alleged pollution violations could “considerably undermine” the company’s business plan, ratings agency DBRS said Monday, as two Canadian law firms launched class-action lawsuits against the automaker. 490 more words

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Marchionne: Scuderia turned down chance to sign Lowe in 2017

Ferrari President Sergio Marchionne has revealed that Ferrari turned down the chance to sign Mercedes Executive Technical Director Paddy Lowe, whose contract ends with the team in early 2017. 312 more words

Marchionne: Alfa Romeo F1 team could nurture young Italian drivers

Ferrari president and Fiat-Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne remains open to bringing the Alfa Romeo brand into Formula 1, believing it could help to nurture the next generation of Italian drivers. 247 more words

Ferrari set to launch 2017 Formula 1 car on February 24

Ferrari is set to launch its new car ahead of the 2017 Formula 1 season on February 24, as revealed by marque president Sergio Marchionne. 179 more words

Antonio Giovinazzi joins Ferrari F1 as third driver for 2017

GP2 Series runner-up Antonio Giovinazzi will join Ferrari as its third driver for the 2017 Formula 1 season.

Giovinazzi, 22, moved up from Formula 3 to GP2 for 2016 with Prema Racing, and narrowly missed out on becoming the first rookie champion since Nico Hulkenberg in 2009, … 208 more words

Chrysler Pacifica hybrid poised to become autonomous

The Windsor-built Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid is leading Fiat Chrysler’s charge into the brave new world of autonomous driving amid word Monday that Google will be launching a test fleet of 100 self-driving minivans next year in the U.S. 786 more words

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