'Wake-up call' key to Ferrari's long-term aims

'Wake-up call' key to Ferrari's long-term aims

A poor start to 2012 has galvanised Ferrari into a return to long-term winning ways, helped by structural and procedural changes from Pat Fry

Ferrari's stuttering start to its 2012 campaign was the wake-up call the team needed to force through changes that could allow it to dominate Formula 1 again in the future.

Since the Michael Schumacher era ended in 2006, Ferrari has struggled to replicate its success of the early years of the century. Although it won constructors' titles in 2007 and 2008, it has underachieved since 2009.

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