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Marco Mattiacci


Mattiacci focused on Ferrari top job ‘...

Nov 24, 2014No Comments

Marco Mattiacci has done little to reject rumours he is set to depart as Ferrari’s team boss. Reports throughout the Abu Dhabi weekend suggested the


Alonso hits back at Mattiacci remarks

Nov 23, 2014No Comments

Fernando Alonso has lashed back at Marco Mattiacci for questioning his commitment and motivation. Since confirming that Sebastian Vettel will replace the apparently McLaren-bound Alonso


Arrivabene to replace Mattiacci as Ferrari ...

Nov 22, 2014No Comments

After just seven months in the job, Marco Mattiacci is set to lose his role as Ferrari team boss. Germany’s Sport Bild on Saturday cited


Raikkonen under intense but positive pressu...

Nov 05, 2014No Comments

The pressure on Kimi Raikkonen to up his game is of the “positive” variety, Ferrari team boss Marco Mattiacci insists. It is a near-certainty that


‘Base payment’ could resolve bo...

Nov 04, 2014No Comments

F1 authorities are scrambling this week to put down a lingering boycott threat ahead of the Brazilian grand prix. As the sport’s air freight touches


Mercedes insists unfreeze push "ridicu...

Nov 03, 2014No Comments

Mercedes appears less inclined than ever to give in to its rivals’ demands for an engine ‘unfreeze’ ahead of the 2015 season. Media reports in


Rumours about Alonso’s future keep sh...

Sep 29, 2014No Comments

In terms of speculation about his future, the last days have been arguably the most intense in Fernando Alonso’s entire career. Throughout the world of


Alonso will stay with Ferrari at the moment...

Sep 22, 2014No Comments

As was uttered by a paddock dweller in Singapore this weekend, “There’s no smoke without fire”. He was referring to the ‘Fernando Alonso situation’, as