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Domenicali: Everyone should do his job and stay focused, without blaming each other

Stefano Domenicali with Ferrari engineers Not long ago Ferrari pointed a finger at their error prone wind tunnel to explain the below par start to their season, this year the all new V6 turbo power unit is getting the blame, prompting  under pressure team boss Stefano Domenicali to call for calm and focus amid the mounting crisis at Maranello. Ahead of the Malaysian Grand Prix weekend, Domenicali said of his team, 'Everyone should do his job and stay focused, without blaming each other, without trying to say this is your fault, my fault. As a team we have to react together and this is what I have asked of all my employees.' Domenicali has pinpointed one key area where Ferrari should...
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