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F1's Domenicali on the Super League, female drivers and the future

Formula 1 CEO Stefano Domenicali discussed a variety of topics in an interview with Sky TG24, including how football can learn from F1 in light of its failed Super League plans, female drivers and what the future holds for the sport. Domenicali believes football can look at how F1 tackled its own breakaway threats and […]
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