Boss notes that his team ‘has a whole lot of perform to do’
By: Adam Cooper on March 18, 2014
LAT PHOTOGRAPHIC – Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso managed a 4th location finish at the Australian Grand Prix.
Ferrari boss Stefano Domencali says that his crew has a great deal of function to do before the next race in Malaysia, and is adamant that there won’t be any allocation of blame among the engine and chassis departments right after a lackluster 1st occasion in Australia.
“We have a lot of factors to do,” he said. “And what we need to have to do is to go residence and make positive that the things that have to be are solved in the group are clear, with a clear accountability. And then complete stop, and no other discussion.
“We had some problem which was connected to the fact that we couldn’t genuinely use full electrical power every lap, so it was connected to some larger problem that we have to control. I truly hope that we will prepared to be at a particular level, or at least to fix the issue that we had, currently at the next race in Malaysia.
Regarding fuel consumption, he mentioned, “For certain that area is an spot the place we know we need to have to boost. You know it seems not logical, but the more electrical power that you have, the less you keep on full throttle. We have also benefit on the fuel consumption side. So it is like the cat has to bite the tail. For confident that’s an area exactly where we have to increase a lot, but I don’t want to concentrate only on that, simply because also the auto has to be enhanced.
“It’s a matter of everybody performing his work, and generating confident they are centered on what they have to do at house, with no trying to say this is your fault, my fault. As a group, we need to react collectively, and that’s what I’ve asked to all my engineers and all my folks.”
Domenicali says the staff will also concentrate on assisting Kimi Räikkönen, who has had much more difficulties with the F14 T than his teammate.
“I feel we require to aid Kimi in striving to uncover the proper stability with the automobile, assisting him because he deserves that. I consider there was an improvement throughout the days. We are even now not in which we want, since this is something that as a group we want to make sure that every thing will be completed in order to assist his driving type. I’m also certain that for Malaysia [we] will be considerably much better.”
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