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Gerhard Berger gets stolen Ferrari back after nearly 30 years

Good news for Gerhard Berger. The former F1 driver has recovered a rare Ferrari, which was stolen while the Austrian was competing in the 1995 San Marino Grand Prix in Imola. British police managed to track down the car.
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