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Column: Who is Marco Mattiacci?

The Italian came from an unknown world to lead the sinking ship to heaven. Covered with dark sunglasses he remained quiet at his first appearances in charge of Ferrari, then he opened his mouth and showed that the days of his predecessor Stefano Domenicali when everyone could feel their job safe are long gone. Formula-1 is a cruel world, especially when you work at Ferrari. Fulfilling any work at the fabled Italian squad is a bless and a curse at the very same time: you always face yourself in the torturous spotlight, the immense pressure you have to withstand is very tough to handle. Any mistake you make will be spotted and you will face intense criticism. Marco Mattiacci knows that tough...
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