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Mattiacci wants to deliver 'not overpromise'

Sutton Images Enlarge Marco Mattiacci insists he is more concerned with taking Ferrari back to the pinnacle of Formula One than convincing its fans he is the man to do it. Ferrari started the V6 turbo era on the back foot with an uncompetitive car and power unit, with just two Fernando Alonso podiums to its name in 2014. Mattiacci, who was brought in to replace Stefano Domenicali after his resignation in April, does not want to set a definitive timeline to Ferrari's revival but insists he is the man to do it. "We have to work very hard and will find many tough days along the way, but we will get back to the top," Mattiacci told Formula One's official website. "I like to...
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