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Marmorini laments missed Ferrari chances

Ferrari's former chief of engines and electronics, Luca Marmorini has lashed out at the team's chief designer in explaining the reasons for Ferrar'is current lack of performance. Working at Ferrari for many years, then enticed by Toyota, Marmorini rejoined the board of Scuderia in 2009. The Italian technician was axed in mid summer as he was deemed to be responsible for Ferrari's current lack of pace and struggles in the new era of Formula 1. Marmorini claims his opportunities had been heavily restricted when working on the brand-new Power Unit because chief designer Nikolas Tombazis wanted the new engine to be as compact as possible to make gains on the aerodynamic side. 'The rumour was...
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