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Stefano Domenicali calls Max Verstappen a ‘cannibal'

Formula 1 CEO, Stefano Domenicali, has likened reigning world champion, Max Verstappen, to seven-time champion, Michael Schumacher. Domenicali worked with Schumacher for 11 years while at Ferrari, and he would share the paddock with the German again for three years when Mercedes signed him in 2010. The former Ferrari team principal, who left that role in 2014, took up his current position at the beginning of last year, so he has had a clear view of Verstappen’s mannerisms and practices. Schumacher was always known for his natural pace, as well as the incredibly meticulous way he went about the technical side of the sport. READ: Michael Masi’s replacement slammed for ‘horrible’...
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