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At the beginning of the week it became known about the imminent appointment of the former head of the Ferrari team Stefano Domenicali to the post of executive director of Formula 1.

Having bought Formula 1 a little less than four years ago, Liberty Media is ready to transfer powers to a specialist who has worked within the World Cup for many years. Former commercial rights owner Bernie Ecclestone believes they made the right decision.

Bernie Ecclestone: “Stefano turned to me for advice. He is a good person, trustworthy. He has a lot of experience and good connections, but we do not know how good he will be in a critical situation.

How am I doing? We are in Switzerland, at our home in Gstaad, where it is much safer than the UK and Brazil, where the coronavirus is raging. “



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