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SBD Global/June 5, 2013/Leagues and Governing Bodies
After Joining Red Bull Mercedes Protest, Ferrari Facing Disciplinary Action For Tire Testing
Published June 5, 2013
MONACO 'ISOLATED': ESPN reported Ferrari Team Principal Stefano Domenicali said that his team "is determined to regard what happened in Monaco as an isolated incident" ahead of the Canadian Grand Prix. Ferrari driver Felipe Massa "had a difficult weekend which ended when a front left suspension failure caused a big crash" at Monte Carlo's first turn -- an incident that has led to him getting a new chassis -- while Fernando Alonso was an uncompetitive seventh in the race." Domenicali said he wanted to put Monaco behind him as quickly as possible. Domenicali: "Of course we also focused on the problems we had with reliability, which absolutely had to be resolved. What is sure is that the team is completely motivated and we are determined to regard what happened in Monaco as an isolated incident" (ESPN, 6/4).