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Tuesday, January 20, 2004

F1 Teams Theaten Not to Race in Europe: Owners of F1 racing teams have threatened not to run in European races unless they are exempted from new community-wide arrest warrants that could be used against them if a driver is killed on the track. The owners of Aryton Senna's team, a driver killed in the Monaco race in 1994, were acquitted of manslaughter in connection with the accident, but may face a new hearing.


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