Lauda apologises to Ferrari for derogatory comment

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Former Formula One racing driver and three-time F1 World Champion Lauda looks on in the Red Bull garage during the Singapore F1 Grand Prix in Singapore

By Alan Baldwin BUDAPEST (Reuters) – Niki Lauda has apologised to Ferrari for making critical comments about his former team’s Formula One car. The retired triple champion, who is now non-executive chairman of championship leaders Mercedes and also a television pundit, was quoted in Spanish newspaper El Pais last weekend as saying Fernando Alonso was driving a rubbish car. Mercedes have won nine out of 10 races this year with Britain’s Lewis Hamilton and Germany’s Nico Rosberg. Ferrari have not won a race for more than a year and McLaren since 2012.


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