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GP Week : Issue 200
+1000 pages 624 pages Don’t stay out of the Business ! The only reference books that keep you updated with motor racing Motorsports Formula One Each new edition 100% researched & updated ! In depth information on the major players of the 2014 field. Teams, drivers, engine manufacturers, cars, key people, sponsors & suppliers, media, marketing & PR, organisers, circuits, officials, etc. Companies and key people with positions, contact details, emails, addresses, websites, logo, color portrait pictures and a lot more. Tel: +44 (0) 20 71930 686 - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Order now on our secure website - www.whoworksin.com Marco Mattiacci left China a tired but happy man after the most turbulent nine days of his life. The 43-year-old started the week at home in New York as the head of Ferrari’s North American operations and ended it with one of his drivers, Fernando Alonso, on the podium in Shanghai. Mattiacci, who wore sunglasses during Friday’s practice session to disguise the effects of “flying for 40 hours over the last four days” , told the media that he thought that the offer by Luca di Montezemolo to run Formula 1 most storied team was a late April Fools’ Day joke. “I received a call at 5.58 on Friday morning and chairman Montezemolo on the phone told me, ‘this is my idea.’ “And I told (him) that April Fool’s (day) was already far away, 15 days earlier,” said Mattiacci, who is based in New York. “But then after the second, third minutes of discussion, I understood it was serious and I understood that there was already a ticket ready to go from New York to Milan after three hours. “And I arrived Saturday morning in Maranello at the Fiorano track.” Mattiacci’s appointment came after Stefano Domencali stepped aside following the Bahrain GP. On the podium for the first time all season, Alonso dedicated the result to his former boss, who was one of the most liked men in the paddock but who seems to be, at least for now, on a sabbatical from the sport. F1 >>> nEWs FERRARI PODIUM NO JOKE 10 GPWEEK.com // 10 GPWEEK.com // PARTNERS: