“The Ferrari adventure affects the entire sports audience” – F1 CEO and former Ferrari boss Stefano Domenicali backs former team to return to the pinnacle, and has no advice for incumbent Mattia Binotto.
Ferrari has had a major slump in Formula 1 in the last decade, with zero title wins. Instead, they saw all ten going to rivals Red Bull and Mercedes. This concerns former Ferrari and current F1 boss Stefano Domenicali, who wants his team to rise like a phoenix. Speaking to Corriere Della Serre, he also had advice for the incumbent Mattia Binotto – no advice.
“I see a company looking for stability that can guarantee competitiveness. I have nothing to recommend to my friend Mattia Binotto. At Ferrari, it’s about staying focused on priorities without being distracted by the enormous pressure that surrounds you.”
The Ferrari adventure affects the entire sports audience, including myself.
Binotto is worse than Domenicali… unbelievable. Something has to change!!!!
— ʎuuoɹ@ (@ronnytittoto) August 30, 2020
Stefano Domenicali in awe of Lewis Hamilton
The F1 supremo is mightily impressed with the reigning champion Lewis Hamilton. The latter is not only winning on the race track but also winning hearts with his efforts outside the track. This has inspired Domenicali, who plans to do a one-to-one with every driver and tell them the importance of doing more for the society at large.
“Hamilton who aims to become the only eight-title driver and in the meantime communicates his ideas touches particular strings, attracts people further away from the competitive spirit.
“This is why I will meet all the drivers. It is important that each of them understand the importance of their role not only as a professional but as a man who cares about what is around him.”