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Todt's view: Ferrari defeated in 2018 by 'little things'

FIA president Jean Todt, who steered Scuderia Ferrari during its most prosperous period, believes the Italian outfit was caught out this season by a series of "small details". Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel positioned themselves as favourites for the title in the first half of the season. The pair's leadership eventually subsided and crumbled however on the back of mistakes and tactical errors, leaving Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton in command in the latter part of the 2018 campaign. Ricciardo still wonders who vetoed his move to Ferrari As he assessed the Scuderia's season, Todt believes the team paid a heavy tribute to the loss of former Ferrari boss Sergio Marchionne. "Talking...
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