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Stefano Domenicali expecting 'a reaction' from his technical group after the recent drop-off

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FW14

August 07, 2013 12:14 PM

Yes Domenicali, the Mercs are solving their tire problem due to a driver who is prepared to sacrifice GP results in order to help the team sort out its tire issues. You wont find this driver asking to leave his team because his car is not performing unlike your lead driver, the same driver who demands No1status and along with Ferrari have ruined poor old Massa .

Alonso and Ferrari deserve each other.

Now we can wait for the accusation of being headless chickens from our pro Ferrari fanboy.

Taz

August 07, 2013 1:03 PM

@RON

"Yes Domenicali, the Mercs are solving their tire problem due to a driver who is prepared to sacrifice GP results in order to help the team sort out its tire issues. "

I do hope that was a poor attempt at trolling and you don't genuinely believe that?

The tyre issues were sorted thanks to an illegal 1000k test, it's well documented.

joat

August 07, 2013 1:14 PM

There is a clear lack of objectives and most importantly they do not have a driver of Vettel's calibre. . For all the power and money at their disposal - they should have been able to sign Vettel for next year.

nealio

August 07, 2013 2:22 PM

Domenicali's admission that they don't know what the problem is illustrates the lack of competence of his staff. They haven't the imagination to move development forward and instead merely react to problems with old solutions. Perhaps Allison can be a catalysis to a more logical design path but under Domenicali's direction this is unlikely. They have Rory Byrne supposedly working on road car for goodness sake! What a waste of talent. He should immediately be put in charge of chassis development, if he is willing. This problem has nothing to do with drivers. It's a engineering and management problem which has it's roots in the ending of the technical team Ferrari had under Todt's time at the team.

Equator

August 07, 2013 3:58 PM

Of all the dribble by non Ferrari fans (understandably so) there is only one comment here that makes any sense, that of Nealio. I am a fan but do not think Domenicali is the man to run the ship, sooner or later this will become very clear.

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