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Ferrari made some very serious mistakes - Costa

Former Ferrari designer Aldo Costa, who now works for Mercedes, believes Ferrari are suffering as a result of some poor decision making at the Italian team. Costa was sacked by the team at the end of the 2011 season and despite moving to the now dominant Mercedes, he isn't pleased to see many of his former co-workers struggling. "Let me say that there are a lot of people working in Maranello, for whom I feel affection and it pains me that they are in such a complicated situation," he told journalist Leo Turrini. "It is not good, I left many friends there, should I be happy to see them in such trouble?" Why are Ferrari in trouble? Costa reckons the wrong decisions have...
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