Domenicali gave in to pressure and resigned!

Author of the article: , published April 14, 2014

Stefano Domenicali took all the responsibility for the poor form of the Ferrari team and resigned as head of the team. He will be temporarily replaced by Marco Mattiacci at the helm of the Scuderia, and Ross Brawn is already in talks in Maranello, while Flavio Briatore has declined their invitation.

Ferrari celebrated its last constructors' title in 2008, and they started this season particularly badly, as they are in fifth place after two races in the team championship.

Kimi Raikkonen and Fernando Alonso managed only tenth and ninth place in the last race in Bahrain, a good half minute behind the winner, which of course angered the fans even more, as well as the president of Ferrari, Luco di Montezemola.

“I take responsibility for our form, as always,” Domenicali said. "I made this decision so that things might be rearranged somehow and for the good of this team, which is very close to me."

Di Montezemolo added: "I thank Stefan, not only for his dedication and effort, but also for the extraordinary sense of responsibility he showed today, when he put Ferrari's interests first."

Domenicali first did administrative work on the team, then promoted to human resources, then became sports director and finally took over the reins of the team when longtime boss Jean Todt, the current president of the FIA, left the club.

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