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The real problem was Ferrari's in ability to adjust their strategy in response to the lap time Hamilton was able to produce after his second stop. He was able to take a second out of Alonso's lead within a lap of exiting the box. If Ferrari had brought Alonso in that lap he might have exited the pits in front of Hamilton because of Hamilton's slow stop. At the worse he would have finished ahead of Vettel. This lack of being flexible and decisive in the flow of the race is a major flaw in Ferrari's armory. It cost them the championship in 2010 and will do the same this season if not corrected. Domenicali is a great apologist but needs to concentrate on getting the right people and aggressive attitude working on in-race strategy.