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Mattiacci sets three-year plan

Ferrari Team Principal Marco Mattiacci has set the target of returning the Italian marque to world title-winning ways within three years.The Italian, installed as Ferrari's new team boss in April after predecessor Stefano Domenicali resigned, has been charged with restructuring the F1 operation at Maranello in order to eventually overhaul the sport's current standard-bearers Mercedes and Red Bull.In an exclusive interview with Sky Sports F1, Mattiacci expressed confidence that his evolving plan – which has already resulted in changes to their underperforming engine department – will deliver the desired results in time.'We are basically setting up a strategy that is going to be...
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