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F1 CEO predicts exciting off-track developments at Imola

F1 CEO predicts exciting off-track developments at Imola
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F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali is anticipating an engaging Grand Prix weekend in Imola, filled with both on-track and off-track action.

F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali is anticipating an engaging Grand Prix weekend in Imola, filled with both on-track and off-track action.

He expressed interest in seeing the performance of Ferrari's significant car upgrade and mentioned "the arrival of new reinforcements in the team" - clearly alluding to Mercedes' Jerome d'Ambrosio and Loic Serra.

Domenicali added with a grin: "There has also been talk of a possible important collaboration and other interesting rumours that I cannot comment on."

It is believed the Italian is hinting at Adrian Newey, who has announced his gradual withdrawal from active duties at Red Bull.

"There are factors that could put Red Bull's dominance at risk," Domenicali acknowledged, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.

When queried about these factors, he responded: "Changes within the team, and possible news from the driver market. So I don't see the danger of getting bored," he smiled again.

Regarding the Red Bull power struggle and Christian Horner scandal, Domenicali stated: "Let's not get into company issues. Let's let the team take care of it."

"Obviously we will carefully follow the developments, but for now there are no reasons to intervene."

The driver market is poised to heat up soon, but currently there is a brief lull as the next moves of Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz become clearer.

"I expect market moves before Silverstone," Domenicali said, "which will have a domino effect destined to change the structure of many teams."

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