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Alonso still waiting for change at Ferrari

Nothing much has changed at Ferrari since Marco Mattiacci took over as principal of the Formula One team last month, Fernando Alonso said on Wednesday. "Not much to be honest. I don't think it's going to happen soon," the double world champion told reporters at the Monaco Grand Prix when asked what was different under the new leadership. "He's still learning about the team situation, the Formula One environment, the F1 weekends," explained the Spaniard. "There are a lot of things to learn and (he wants to) get some experience before making any decisions that at the moment he will not take." Mattiacci, the former head of the Italian carmaker's North American...
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