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Domenicali seeks all-round effort from Ferrari

Despite earning fourth place in Malaysia after Fernando Alonso came home in fourth place behind Sebastian Vettel at Sepang, Ferrari admit they can't be happy with a second consecutive somewhat lacklustre result at the start of the 2014 F1 world championship."We cannot be happy with today's result," conceded Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali. "Even if there have been improvements on the performance front, the gap to Mercedes is still significant and that should motivate the whole team, at the track, but especially back in Maranello, to improve the car in every area."Domenicali insisted that it was by no means time for panic stations, but agreed that the team had...
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