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Ferrari Formula - Fernando Alonso\'s reaction to new Ferrari team principal betrays turmoil

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Fernando Alonso's reaction to new Ferrari team principal betrays turmoil

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Fernando Alonso said he would continue to ski with Stefano Domenicali despite his removal as Ferrari team principal. Photograph: Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images Ferrari, the biggest team in Formula One, still appeared to be in disarray on Thursday, ahead of their first grand prix since replacing the team principal, Stefano Domenicali, with Marco Mattiacci, a successful car salesman but someone with no background in the sport.

Fernando Alonso\'s reaction to new Ferrari team principal betrays turmoil

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Fernando Alonso's reaction to new Ferrari team principal betrays turmoil

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Fernando Alonso said he would continue to ski with Stefano Domenicali despite his removal as Ferrari team principal. Photograph: Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images Ferrari, the biggest team in Formula One, still appeared to be in disarray on Thursday, ahead of their first grand prix since replacing the team principal, Stefano Domenicali, with Marco Mattiacci, a successful car salesman but someone with no background in the sport.

Formula 1 drivers seek pay issue solutions but rule out strike

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Formula 1 drivers seek pay issue solutions but rule out strike

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By Ben Anderson Thursday, April 17th 2014, 14:14 GMT Formula 1 drivers are in talks to find a collective way to resolve pay disputes with teams, but will not strike over the issue.Kimi Raikkonen left Lotus for Ferrari last season following a feud over unpaid wages, while Force India's Nico Hulkenberg encountered problems with his former team Sauber last season.

The ultimate Ferrari festival

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The ultimate Ferrari festival

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The ultimate Ferrari festivalAdded: 16.04.2014 20:37 | 0 views | 0 commentsSource: www.luxury4play.comFerrari Racing Days speeds to Sydney this weekend, complete with Formula 1 races, rare cars and even a two-year-old taking to the race track.More in www.bbc.

Di Montezemolo finds ally in Malago

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Di Montezemolo finds ally in Malago

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Last updated: 16 April 2014, 10:12 BST Ferrari president Luca Di Montezemolo has found a new ally in his war on the current state of Formula One.Di Montezemolo has so far made no secret of the fact he does not like the new 1.6-litre V6 turbo-charged power-unit era.Aside from the lack of noise that has been criticised by many, Di Montezemolo has also bitterly bemoaned the 'taxi driving' style of the drivers he feels are forced to run economically to save fuel.

Montezemolo: I wanted a Ferrari man, not a mercenaryJames Allen on F1 – The official James Allen website on F1 // F1 News // James Allen on F1 – The official James Allen website on F1

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Montezemolo: I wanted a Ferrari man, not a mercenaryJames Allen on F1 – The official James Allen website on F1 // F1 News // James Allen on F1 – The official James Allen website on F1

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Ferrari president has said that he has complete confidence in new team principal Marco Mattiacci and added that his Ferrari heritage is more important than F1 knowledge and he has vowed to spend more time in Formula 1 personally.“I decided to appoint a young manager in whom I have a great deal of confidence and someone from the Ferrari family, rather than going around the world looking for some mercenary,” Montezemolo said yesterday.

New F1 \'a form of self-harm\'?

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New F1 'a form of self-harm'?

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FERRARI'S NO.1 DRIVER...SO FAR: After three races in the 2014 season, Fernando Alonso is 19 points ahead of team mate Kimi Raikkonen (7) in the Drivers' Championship. Image: AP Formula 1's new look makes no sense and is tantamount to self-harm, said Giovanni Malago, head of the Italian Olympic Committee.Malago said: "I speak on behalf of Italian sports people and fans, I don't like this F1 and in my opinion it's delivered a product that has absolutely no sense.

Domenicali resigns as Ferrari F1 team boss

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Stefano Domenicali resigned as Ferrari’s Formula One team principal yesterday with the company’s North America president and chief executive Marco Mattiacci appointed as his replacement. Ferrari, the oldest and most successful in the sport, have made a poor start to the season with two fourth places for Spaniard Fernando Alonso the team’s best results in three races so far.

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Outgoing Ferrari Formula One team principal Stefano Domenicali. Max Rossi / ReutersStefano Domenicali resigned as Ferrari's Formula One team principal on Monday with the company's North America president and chief executive Marco Mattiacci appointed as his replacement.The Italian glamor team, the oldest and most successful in the sport, has made a poor start to the season with two fourth places for Spaniard Fernando Alonso the team's best results in three races so far.

Ferrari F1 boss Stefano Domenicali quits

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Ferrari F1 boss Stefano Domenicali quits

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Stefano Domenicali. Photo: AFP ROME Ferrari's Formula One boss Stefano Domenicali has quit over the legendary Italian team's disastrous start to the 2014 season. "It is time for a significant change," Domenicali, 48, said in a Ferrari statement announcing his resignation on Monday. The man who took over from FIA boss Jean Todt in 2008 stands aside with Ferrari having failed to climb the podium in the first three races of the season and languishing fifth in the constructors' table.

Stefano Domenicali resigns as Ferrari F1 chief over poor results

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Stefano Domenicali resigns as Ferrari F1 chief over poor results

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Stefano Domenicali has resigned as Ferrari team principal after a poor start to the new Formula One season for the team. Photograph: Mark Thompson/Getty Images Stefano Domenicali has resigned as the Ferrari team principal after six years in charge and will be replaced by Marco Mattiacci, who is the president of Ferrari North America.