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Mattiacci ‘100 times more motivated’ than in China

Marco Mattiacci says he is “100 times more motivated” to succeed as Ferrari team principal than when he started in the role in China. With former team principal Stefano Domenicali resigning from the role after the Bahrain Grand Prix, Mattiacci was brought in during the build-up to the Chinese Grand Prix. With 100 days having passed since his appointment, Mattiacci was asked by the official Formula One website if he would still have taken the role if he knew what he knows now, to which he replied: “For sure. “I am so much more motivated. I've always been 'parachuted in'. In my very brief career journey, overall every two to three years I've always been called in to what is called a...
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