Chicanery in Formula One? - Motor racing - The Economist

Chicanery in Formula One? - Motor racing

Chicanery in Formula One? - Motor racing - The Economist
Chicanery in Formula One? - Motor racing
Published Aug 28, 2004
3106 words — Published Aug 28, 2004
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Legal and commercial disputes are threatening the future of grand-prix racing THE 2004 Formula One (F1) season has not exactly set pulses racing: with five races to go, Michael Schumacher, a driver for Ferrari, looks certain to win an...

  
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The Economist. "Chicanery in Formula One? - Motor racing" Aug 28, 2004. Alacra Store. May 26, 2017. <http://news.alacrastore.com/economist/Chicanery-in-Formula-One-Motor-racing-EN_EN_MAIN_20040828T000000_0066>
  
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