Why Ferrari is going nowhere

Why Ferrari is going nowhere

Ferrari patted itself on the back for finishing third and fourth at Monza, but it would be wrong to view a defeat to Mercedes on home soil as a successful weekend's work

Monza is all about Ferrari. It's the holy grail for the tifosi and they swarm to the park outside Milan to see real success.

Third and fourth behind the two Mercedes was as good as it was going to get, so there's reason to be satisfied from the perspective of getting the best out of the machinery available. But what Ferrari and the tifosi need to see is progress, and it's wrong to see Sunday's result as a proper success for a team of that stature.

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