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Ferrari: No Alonso get-out clause

Marco Mattiacci has denied that Fernando Alonso has a performance-based get-out clause that would allow him to leave Ferrari at the end of the season. Speaking to Sky Sports in an exclusive interview ahead of this week's home Grand Prix at Monza, the Ferrari Team Principal rubbished suggestions that Alonso could leave Scuderia if their results don't drastically improve. "No, I'm not comment... it is not true. I don't like to comment on our contracts with drivers," he told Sky Sports. "They are assets." "The car is improving, it definitely has improved in the last two, three races. "We are not closing the gap, compared to Mercedes," he admitted, "but...
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