Since the GP of Italy Ferrari is clearly in a downward spiral. In the Italian press suggested that the decline in the Scuderia began after the death of CEO Sergio Marchionne.
A few tactical blunders on the part of the team, and mistakes from Sebastian Vettel have Ferrari this year, precious points cost in the battle for the world title but from the GP of Singapore, it is clearly noticeable that the performance of the SF71-H in reverse are gone.
Rumors doing the round that the decline in performance is due to the fact that the FIA “dual-battery” system of Ferrari examined. There was a second sensor which racedirecteur Charlie Whiting, the operation is not about to explain.
“If I would do that, I must elaborate on the functioning of the car of Ferrari, and in that way would the other teams more things about understanding,” says Whiting. “I may not let that happen.”
Lewis Hamilton, the rival of Vettel in the battle for the world title, understand to say nothing of.
“I didn’t expect,” said Hamilton in Japan. “In the half of the season they were really strong and also in Monza they were still strong for the day. From the GP of Singapore, the performance really goes downhill gone.”
“I have no explanation for, that you must get to Sebastian.”
In the Italian press, in particular ‘Corriere della Sera’, the decline of Ferrari related to the death of CEO Sergio Marchionne.
A correspondent of that particular newspaper, Daniele Sparisci, described Marchionne as “the guardian of the balance” at Ferrari. By his death, showed Marchionne a void behind and it also ensured that there is an internal struggle began within the Scuderia.
On the one hand, there is a team boss Maurizio Arrivabene and on the other hand, there is a technical director Mattia Binotto, each of which on their turn the sheet to try to draw.
“The relationship between the two is at a historical low,” said Sparisci.
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