Domenicali targets Ferrari development
Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali believes his team must make the most of the break before the Spanish Grand Prix next month.
The Italian outfit currently sit in fourth place in the World Constructors' Championship after the first four races, in which Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa have been largely disappointing. Alonso managed to take advantage of an incident packed Malaysian Grand Pix to secure the chequered flag in Sepang but has since been well off the pace. As for Massa, he has continued his poor run of form and has not troubled the podium places, with just two points to his name this season, compared to his team-mate's 43. Domenicali has admitted there is still plenty of work to do during the break before the next meeting in Barcelona next month. He told the official Ferrari website: "The coming days will be very important, during which the primary objective will be to push as hard as possible on the development of the car. "Next week we have three days of testing at Mugello, but it's not definite that all the updates planned for Barcelona will be seen then. "We must try and make the most of every minute available to us to increase the performance of the F2012."