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Formula E CEO Alejandro Agag Dismisses Speculation He Could Run Formula 1

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 28 / 16

Formula E Founder & CEO Alejandro Agag "has dismissed media speculation" that he could play a role in running Formula 1 after Liberty Media's takeover, according to Alan Baldwin of REUTERS. Agag said on Tuesday at his London HQ, "There haven’t been any contacts at all, whatsoever. My ...

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