Stefano Domenicali has ruled out responding to Ferrari's latest crisis with the old 'rolling heads' technique. One perception in the paddock is that the fabled Italian team, under intense pressure f...
One perception in the paddock is that the fabled Italian team, under intense pressure from the Tifosi and president Luca di Montezemolo, often reacts by emotionally shedding staff, with Aldo Costa and Chris Dyer the obvious recent examples.
So, having installed new faces including Pat Fry but still struggling with the latest F2012 project, will boss Domenicali set heads rolling again?
"Firing people is the work of two minutes," he is quoted by Germany's Auto Bild, "but this would not solve our problem.
"Instead I need to find new people who can improve the organisation and push the engineers to improve the car," added the Italian.
In the meantime, there is no silver bullet.
"I am not happy with the F2012 project," he acknowledged.
"But if you want to see the glass half full rather than half empty, then Fernando has done a great damage control and, with an improved car, he at least has the possibility to continue to fight for the championship.
"We have to improve," Domenicali insisted. "I have asked my people to wake up and respond, and I will no longer hear excuses."