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Alonso: The frustration grows

As Fernando Alonso admits that nothing has really changed at Ferrari since the sacking of Stefano Domenicali, the frustration is evident.A year since his last win, and most of the opinion that it could be as long again (or more) until the next, the two-time world champion, not known for his tact, is looking increasingly despondent.Indeed, as one ponders the current situation at Ferrari one cannot help but recall when Alain Prost was fired by the Italian team after daring to criticise it, a move that appeared to confirm that the Maranello outfit had finally lost the plot.Brought into the get the team back in shape, the fact is that outwardly Marco Mattiacci appears bewildered, as though he...
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