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Mattiacci: We must not delude ourselves

– Marco Mattiacci says Ferrari must keep its feet firmly on the ground after claiming a sizeable points haul at the Hungarian Grand Prix.With Fernando Alonso finishing second and Kimi Räikkönen recovering from 16th to sixth after a nightmare qualifying session, the team jumped back ahead of Williams and into third in the Constructors' standings.But Mattiacci, who replaced Stefano Domenicali as team boss in April, is well aware that the Italian marque faces a long road to a full recovery."It was a great race and very pleasing to see our team fight back from an extremely complicated Saturday," Mattiacci explained after the race."Kimi and Fernando demonstrated just what...
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