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Formula One: Ferrari F1 boss Domenicali quits

Ferrari's Formula One boss Stefano Domenicali quit on Monday over the legendary Italian team's disastrous start to the 2014 season. "It is time for a significant change," Domenicali said in a Ferrari statement announcing his resignation. Ferrari have failed to get in the top three in the first three races of the season and are just fifth in the constructors' table. Ferrari's North American CEO Marco Mattiacci will assume control of the team, his remit simple - to reverse the scuderia's fortunes in a year when Mercedes are leaving all in their wake.

Decision on Ricciardo's DQ appeal on Tuesday

By Julien Pretot PARIS (Reuters) - The FIA will rule by Tuesday on Red Bull's appeal against Daniel Ricciardo's exclusion from the Australian Grand Prix, the Formula One governing body's International Court of Appeal (CAI) said on Monday. "We will announce the decision tomorrow morning at the latest," CAI general secretary Jean-Christophe Breillat said at the end of a six-hour hearing at the FIA's headquarters. He added that a reasoned decision would be published "by the end of the week".

Decision on Ricciardo's DQ appeal on Tuesday

By Julien Pretot PARIS (Reuters) - The FIA will rule by Tuesday on Red Bull's appeal against Daniel Ricciardo's exclusion from the Australian Grand Prix, the Formula One governing body's International Court of Appeal (CAI) said on Monday. "We will announce the decision tomorrow morning at the latest," CAI general secretary Jean-Christophe Breillat said at the end of a six-hour hearing at the FIA's headquarters. He added that a reasoned decision would be published "by the end of the week".

Domenicali quits as Ferrari F1 chief

Rome, Apr 14 (EFE).- Stefano Domenicali resigned on Monday as head of racing at Ferrari, including the company's storied but now-struggling Formula One team. "It is time for a significant change. As the boss, I take responsibility, as I have always done, for our current situation," he said in a statement. Ferrari named Marco Mattiacci, president and chief executive of its North American operations, to succeed Domenicali, who became the marque's sporting director in 2008.

Domenicali resigns as Ferrari F1 boss

By Alan Baldwin (Reuters) - Stefano Domenicali resigned as Ferrari's Formula One team principal on Monday with the company's North America president and chief executive Marco Mattiacci appointed as his replacement. The Italian glamour team, the oldest and most successful in the sport, have made a poor start to the season with two fourth places for Spaniard Fernando Alonso the team's best results in three races so far.

Formula One: Ferrari F1 boss Domenicali quits

Ferrari's Formula One boss Stefano Domenicali quit on Monday following the Italian team's disappointing start to the 2014 season. "Ferrari notes the resignation of Stefano Domenicali and thanks him for having served the company ... for 23 years," a company statement said. Domenicali, Ferrari's team principal since 2008, has shouldered the blame for the F1 giant's poor show in the opening three races with drivers Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen failing to produce a top three finish. eba/nr/tw

Schumacher showing 'small signs of progress'

Michael Schumacher is "showing small signs of progress", his spokeswoman said Sunday, with the Formula One legend slowly recovering from devastating brain injuries suffered in a ski accident. "There are short moments of consciousness and he is showing small signs of progress," Schumacher's manager Sabine Kehm told German broadcaster ARD. Schumacher has been in a medically induced coma in Grenoble, France, since being badly injured in a ski accident on December 29 in the French resort of Meribel. ryj/dh

Schumacher showing 'small signs of progress'

Michael Schumacher is "showing small signs of progress", his spokeswoman said Sunday, with the Formula One legend slowly recovering from devastating brain injuries suffered in a ski accident. "There are short moments of consciousness and he is showing small signs of progress," Schumacher's manager Sabine Kehm told German broadcaster ARD. "There are moments when he is awake and moments when he is conscious, which make us happy and give us great courage.

Schumacher showing 'small signs of progress'

Michael Schumacher is "showing small signs of progress", his spokeswoman said Sunday, with the Formula One legend slowly recovering from devastating brain injuries suffered in a ski accident. "There are short moments of consciousness and he is showing small signs of progress," Schumacher's manager Sabine Kehm told German broadcaster ARD. "There are moments when he is awake and moments when he is conscious.

Formula One: Red Bull look to overturn Ricciardo penalty

World champions Red Bull believe they can overturn Daniel Ricciardo's Australian Grand Prix disqualification on Monday and reinvigorate their 2014 challenge. The FIA's International Court of Appeal will meet in Paris to decide whether or not to reinstate Ricciardo's second-place finish in Melbourne. He was stripped of his place after the team were found guilty of breaching fuel flow regulations.
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