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Mattiaci: Ferrari not happy with second

Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci insists plenty of hard work lies ahead despite Fernando Alonso's second place in Hungary. Two-time World Champion Alonso produced a masterful display in interchanging conditions at the Hungagoring on Sunday, coming from fifth on the grid to finish second behind Daniel Ricciardo of Red Bull. Although delighted that the team were on the podium for only the second time this season, Mattiacci says they still have plenty to think about during the three-week summer break. "We will not stop thinking about how the projects will work, so there is no shut down there," he said. "We are 1.2s behind the leader, that's a month or year's work so we...
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