First female Formula 1 team principal denies wanting Bernie Ecclestone's job: "I wouldn't want to do it."
Dec.7 (GMM) Sauber team boss Monisha Kaltenborn has denied reports she could eventually replace Bernie Ecclestone.
India-born Austrian Kaltenborn, 41, was initially just a lawyer for the Swiss Formula One team, but she was then appointed to the board, named chief executive, and latterly was given a third ownership and in 2012 took over as team boss.
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"There is nothing to it," she told German television SWR.
"I wouldn't want to do it. When I think that Bernie deals not only with one but with twelve teams, then I have plenty of goals I want to achieve with Sauber."
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