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Montezemolo unhappy at stewards verdict

Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo remains unhappy about the decision of the Monaco Grand Prix race stewards to punish Michael Schumacher over his qualifying incident - because they did not have absolute proof that the seven times world champion deliberately tried to block his rivals.

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