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Ferrari's pressure to win

A couple of years ago, we heard a lot about team culture at McLaren and how Honda were struggling to come to grips with it and vice versa. We’ve spoken about how Red Bull could find the key that unlocks the door to how a far-east company like Honda could gel and bear fruit with a group of racers from Milton Keynes. We’ve even heard Toto Wolff explain how Mercedes needs to avoid a culture within the team to be less energized, over-worked and ineffective (I’m paraphrasing there). All that may be a continuing element in Formula 1 but one culture has been here for 60+ years and it has the weight of an entire nation dragging along with it. That culture is Ferrari. The country is Italy. We...
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