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Expected more from Ferrari: 'Not won as much as perhaps they should have'

Sir Jackie Stewart is delighted that Ferrari was finally able to compete at the front again this season, he says in conversation with However, according to the three-time Formula One world champion, the Italian racing stable needed to get more out of the material than it did. Article continues under ad The Brit knows better than anyone what it is like to compete at the top of the motorsport class. Stewart won the world championship in 1969, 1971 and 1973, making him very successful in the sport. He had expected Ferrari to win a world title this race year as well, but the team stayed far away from that. Read more Horner longest-running team boss on the grid: Ferrari must learn...
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