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An illustration by Paul Tinker is seen in a book by former Williams Formula One racing team chairman Adam Parr in London December 7, 2012. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

An illustration by Paul Tinker is seen in a book by former Williams Formula One racing team chairman Adam Parr in London December 7, 2012. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

An illustration by Paul Tinker is seen in a book by former Williams Formula One racing team chairman Adam Parr in London December 7, 2012. REUTERS/Chris Helgren
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An illustration by Paul Tinker is seen in a book by former Williams Formula One racing team chairman Adam Parr in London December 7, 2012. Former Williams chairman Adam Parr has explained publicly for the first time, and in the novel format of a cartoon book, why he abruptly left the Formula One team just when he had been identified as Frank Williams' heir apparent. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

An illustration by Paul Tinker is seen in a book by former Williams Formula One racing team chairman Adam Parr in London December 7, 2012. Former Williams chairman Adam Parr has explained publicly for the first time, and in the novel format of a...more

An illustration by Paul Tinker is seen in a book by former Williams Formula One racing team chairman Adam Parr in London December 7, 2012. Former Williams chairman Adam Parr has explained publicly for the first time, and in the novel format of a cartoon book, why he abruptly left the Formula One team just when he had been identified as Frank Williams' heir apparent. REUTERS/Chris Helgren
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