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Mattiacci wants improved Ferrari off-track

Marco Mattiacci says he wants to improve Ferrari off the track in order to help increase performance on it. The new team principal has been in the job for three races having replaced Stefano Domenicali just prior to the Chinese Grand Prix. In that time, Mattiacci says he has been looking at where he needs to make immediate changes but stressed the organisational side of Ferrari needs to progress if the team wants to be challenging for championships again in the future. “At the moment within the last six weeks we did a very thorough assessment about which are the opportunities to improve in the short term and which are the areas that deserve a medium or long-term approach in order to...
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