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Former Ferrari chief points out which head should roll at the team

Ferrari seems to have built a stronger car than Red Bull Racing in 2022. However, blunders on the pit wall and on the track have left the team behind in both championships. Former Ferrari sporting director Cesare Fiorio knows whose head should roll. Article continues under ad According to Fiorio, the current Ferrari is no longer sustainable. Too many important points have been lost due to unnecessary mistakes and poor strategy. After the last F1-race in Hungary, the Italian seems to have had enough. Ferrari lost heavily to Max Verstappen and both Mercedes drivers in a weekend where they were the favourite. The current line-up of Ferrari must therefore change, according to Fiorio. The...
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