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Tired Mattiacci says Ferrari not giving up

April 18, 2014 .- Marco Mattiacci wore sunglasses all day in cloudy, smoggy Shanghai. "I have not slept in the last 40 hours," explained Ferrari's brand new team boss, who is mere days into his shock new tenure in the wake of Stefano Domenicali's exit. The second the 43-year-old first stepped into the Shanghai paddock on Friday, a swarm of photographers never left his side. The anticipation of Mattiacci's first words to the press were so highly anticipated because - running Ferrari North America aside - he is totally unknown. "I like motor sports and have spent about 20 days at race tracks," he is quoted by Germany's Auto Motor und Sport. "Three times I have seen...
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