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Monza boss backs Arrivabene axe

Jan.9 Monza boss Angelo Sticchi Damiani has backed Ferrari's decision to axe team boss Maurizio Arrivabene. Following a power struggle between the pair and the loss of the 2018 world championship to Mercedes, Arrivabene has been replaced by technical boss Mattia Binotto. "The message is clear," Sticchi Damiani told Corriere dello Sport. "There can no longer be misunderstandings. "The results can no longer be questioned because of communication issues between those responsible," he insisted. Some believe Binotto will surely hand over the technical directorship, but Sticchi Damiani thinks it is possible Binotto will hold a dual role. "The appointment of Binotto...
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