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Marchionne: Liberty must focus on making F1 more entertaining

Ferrari president and CEO Sergio Marchionne believes that Formula 1 owner Liberty Media must focus on making the sport more entertaining and more accessible following its takeover. 248 more words

Ferrari: No interest in entering Formula E in its current form

Ferrari has no interest in entering Formula E in its current state, but will continue to evaluate a possible move into the series should it be able to make a significant contribution to the championship. 292 more words

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Fiat Chrysler: Trump Proposals 'Positive' If All Implemented

DETROIT (WWJ/AP) – Fiat Chrysler boss Sergio Marchionne says President Donald Trump’s proposals would be “overall positive” for his company’s bottom line — but it’s hard to say for sure until it’s clear which ones will be implemented. 121 more words


Donald Trump Pushes GM, Ford, and Fiat as Toyota Adds 400 Indiana Jobs

U.S. President Donald Trump urged the chief executives of the Big Three U.S. automakers on Tuesday to build more cars in the country, pressing his pledge to bring jobs to America and discourage the car industry from investing in Mexico. 868 more words


How a Trump tariff could sideswipe US auto industry

By Dee-Ann Durbin/The Associated Press

DETROIT — The threat from President Donald Trump to tax Mexican-made cars sold in the U.S. would throw the industry into disarray, analysts say, forcing some uncomfortable choices: Raise car prices or swallow the cost. 1,313 more words


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