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Todt advises Domenicali to ignore growing criticism

Stefano Domenicali with Jean Todt in 2006 FIA president Jean Todt has urged his Ferrari successor to ignore the mounting criticism and keep pushing Ferrari to the front in Formula 1. Before Todt – currently the FIA president – handed over Maranello's reigns to Stefano Domenicali, he guided the Italian team to six drivers' titles; five with Michael Schumacher and Kimi Raikkonen's in 2007. Since then, in Domenicali's reign, Ferrari has failed to win a title and the new turbo V6 era has got off to a shaky start with a mere fourth for Fernando Alonso in Melbourne. But Todt urged Domenicali, 48, to ignore the criticism. 'I was always criticised,' Frenchman Todt said, 'even when we...
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