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Sergio Marchionne says Alfa Romeo could join IndyCar next

Alfa Romeo will return to Formula 1 this season in a tie-up with the Sauber F1 team as it looks to boost its profile and sell more cars in the future, but its involvement in motorsport might not stop there according to Sergio Marchionne. Marchionne, CEO of Alfa Romeo's parent company FIAT Chrysler Automobiles, as well as being president of Ferrari, orchestrated the Italian manufacturer's return to F1 and most recently floated the idea of Maserati – another FCA brand – linking up with an existing IndyCar team. However more recently Marchionne has said the idea of Alfa Romeo getting into IndyCar is being thought about, particularly as the brand wants to...
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