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Domenicali no longer team principal of struggling Ferrari

Stefano Domenicali has paid the price for Ferrari’s worst start to the season under the current points structure despite having the services of two world champions at his disposal. The Italian team is currently fifth in the constructors’ championship after three races, with even mid-field team Force India – which embarrassed the scarlet cars at the Bahrain Grand Prix – ahead in the standings. After four seasons trailing behind the dominant Red Bulls, Ferrari is now lagging significantly behind Mercedes this year – so far 78 points adrift and devoid of even a podium finish. Ferrari is even behind Red Bull – albeit by just two points – despite the...
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