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'Little things' missing at Ferrari after Marchionne passing

FIA president Jean Todt believes that "little things" ultimately cost Ferrari in the constructors' championship up against Mercedes following the death of CEO Sergio Marchionne, whilst praising the Italian's leadership qualities and his desire to guide the Prancing Horse back to the top. Up until the summer break, Ferrari and Mercedes were locked up in a battle at the top of the rankings, but after the passing of Marchionne due to complications following shoulder surgery, mistakes and strategy errors started to creep in for the Scuderia. It is the opinion of Todt that Ferrari lost their way after the death of their CEO. "Talking about Ferrari I would like to have a word about...
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