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No favouritism at Ferrari insists Todt

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Ferrari boss Jean Todt has said there are no plans to favour one of their drivers over the other in order to maximise the team's chances of winning the 2007 world championship. Todt's comments come after Felipe Massa and Kimi Raikkonen finished one-two in Sunday's Turkish Grand Prix. With five races to go, the Ferrari duo - led by Massa, on 69 points to Raikkonen's 68 - trail championship leader Lewis Hamilton by 15 points.