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When Alex Zanardi drives in the final Italian round of the FIA European Touring Car championship next month, he will be completing a remarkable personal comeback.
Lawyer Roberto Causo, who is representing the Williams team in the case over the death of Brazilian Ayrton Senna, has said he has little doubt that the original acquittal on Patrick Head and Adrian Newey would again be upheld following the reopening of the trial.
A weight handicapping system earmarked for Formula One next season has not been designed to penalise Ferrari, but to create closer, more exciting races, F1 chief Bernie Ecclestone said.
Renault's British driver Jenson Button finds it hard to believe how quickly his fortunes have turned around in Formula One but says it is too early to say where he will be racing in 2003.
Ferrari's sporting director Jean Todt says the financial crisis at Prost is a concern to the whole sport and believes the recession is already making it harder for teams to find the big-money backers they need in the high-powered, high-cost sport.
Ferrari's Rubens Barrichello has shrugged off speculation that the Formula One World Champions want to replace him with Colombian Juan Pablo Montoya next year.
Ferrari fans turned out in their thousands for the qualifying session of the Italian Grand Prix on Saturday but there was little celebration of the team's third successive World Championship title.
Ferrari go into Sunday's Italian Grand Prix occupying first and second place on the grid for the first time this season, the perfect position from which to overhaul McLaren.