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Domenicali reflects on a dramatic finale

Ferrari boss Stefano Domenicali reflects on a dramatic F1 finale, where Fernando Alonso just missed out on his third title
Ferrari boss Stefano Domenicali reflects on a dramatic F1 finale, where Fernando Alonso just missed out on his third title



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16.11.2012 - Friday press conference, Stefano Domenicali (ITA) Team Principal, Scuderia Ferrari
24.11.2012- Free Practice 3, Stefano Domenicali (ITA), Team Principal
24.11.2012- Qualifying, Stefano Domenicali (ITA), Team Principal

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slightlysideways

November 28, 2012 10:17 AM

Absolutely gutted for the whole team. It is quite simply a miracle that Vettel kept going after that crash with Senna. They better get their act together for next year before Alonso's star starts to fade and I think that's not too far away.

Taz

November 28, 2012 10:43 AM

Although Domenicali comes across as a nice guy and made Ferrari seem a lot more human that Todt ever did you have to say he hasn't been that successful, some goes for Whitmarsh at McLaren. I know a lot of people don't like Horner but he's done a bl00dy good job.



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