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Domenicali: Solid starting point which we must now exploit as much as possible

Domenicali: Solid starting point which we must now exploit as much as possible 2 February, 2014 Stefano Domenicali Ferrari did the second most laps of all the teams gathered at Jerez for the first stanza of Formula 1 preseason testing, but team principal Stefano Domenicali was down playing the significance of the first four days of on track action while lauding the work done by their two drivers – Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen. Speaking after the final day at Jerez, Domenicali reflected, 'These were four very demanding and important days to give us something to work on over the coming days in Maranello.' 'The technical parameters of the F14T, as well as the aerodynamic...
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