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Mattiacci to wield the axe as new blood arrives at Ferrari

Marco Mattiacci Ferrari has floored the throttle in its push to emerge from its 2014 slump, with reports of sweeping and significant changes in the pipeline as a host of new technical boffins arrive at Maranello. La Gazzetta dello Sport reports that, in the last few days, ten new engineers started work at Maranello, including three engine experts from dominant Mercedes. The report also claims Ferrari has successfully wooed three aerodynamicists from reigning quadruple world champion Red Bull, as well as a simulation expert. 'I have ordered a strong discontinuity on the technical side,' team boss Marco Mattiacci is quoted as saying. And the head of Ferrari's current engine chief, Luca...
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