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Montezemolo has no worries about Alonso leaving

Sutton Images Enlarge Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has vowed to give Fernando Alonso a stronger car and is confident his star driver will remain at the team in the future. Ferrari has made a slow start to the season under the new regulations and team principal Stefano Domenicali resigned after just three races. Montezemolo is not happy with the team's performances so far but says Alonso will eventually be rewarded with a car capable of winning championships. "For me it is not a problem of the drivers, for me it is a problem of the team," he said. "I'm not happy for the team, I'm not happy because we want to win, I'm not happy because we've lost an opportunity in...
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