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Ferrari new boss Mattiacci is as silent as a lamb

Although boss of the sport's most famous racing team Marco Mattiacci is officially the lowest-profile team boss in Formula 1, two respected correspondents have declared. Just ahead of the Chinese Grand Prix last month, Stefano Domenicali quit Ferrari, with president Luca di Montezemolo appointing the Formula 1-unknown 44-year-old Italian Mattiacci to replace him. Mattiacci's motor racing experience is almost nil, but even in that context, a team press conference in Barcelona last weekend was bizarre, Speed Week correspondent Mathias Brunner reports. He said Montezemolo made his usual rallying calls, while Mattiacci sat beside him in complete silence, 'Apart from a brief message on the...
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