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Mattiacci: We need to prepare a different team for 2015

Marco Mattiacci at Silverstone Ferrari will be a different Formula 1 team next year with changes already being made at Maranello, principal Marco Mattiacci said after British Grand Prix. Fernando Alonso finished only sixth for the Italian team at Silverstone while Kimi Raikkonen crashed out on the opening lap of a race won by Lewis Hamilton in a Mercedes. Asked about the future of Ferrari engine head Luca Marmorini, with some reports in Italy last week indicating he had left the team, Mattiacci refused to comment. 'I don't want to point to any individual. We are redesigning the team, we are reinforcing the team,' the boss, who replaced Stefano Domenicali at the helm in April, told...
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