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Intrigue About Possible 11th Formula 1 Team Ramps Up; Carey Criticizes Previous Regime

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 06 / 22 / 17

Intrigue about "the possibility of an 11th team" entering Formula 1 ramped up on Wednesday when a new name was registered in Britain and the FIA "confirmed it had been sounded out about a slot on the grid," according to Jonathan Noble of MOTORSPORT. After "several weeks" of rumors, an update of...

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