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Ferrari gives up F1 stake in exchange for Liberty Media stock

Published on Friday 10th of March 2017 04:46:33 PM in Guardian

Ferrari has traded its entire stake in Formula One for an interest in the racing franchise’s new owner, Liberty Media. The Italian luxury car company revealed in a regulatory filing that it sold its 0.25% stake in the top-ranked single-seat auto race series in exchange for ...

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