Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali has lamented the team's inability to give their drivers "a car good enough to fight" Sebastian Vettel on equal terms.
Vettel won his sixth consecutive race at Sunday's Indian Grand Prix to wrap up a fourth Drivers' Championship on the trot, leaving Fernando Alonso to battle it out with Kimi Raikkonen over second place in the standings.
Domenicali believes they let their drivers down as the machinery was not up to scratch this year.
"This year, we were unable to give our drivers a car good enough to fight with Vettel on equal terms, apart from at the very beginning of the season," he told the official Ferrari website....
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