Q. Stefano, yesterday Fernando and Felipe talked a lot about the extra motivation for the team to be here in Monza in front of your tifosi. Could you explain to us exactly how the situation is and if you can give us some more ideas how you approach this race?
SD: From my side, I always keep people with their feet on the ground to make sure that they work hard and stay concentrated, but for sure it's great to see the enthusiasm that is around the track for our cars, for our drivers so that's the feeling that everyone is enjoying when they are here but this is giving you extra pressure that has to be managed, as I said before. This is why I never said anything over the lines because I know that by saying something like that it gives more expectation that is already high. I know that when you are here... I remember last year when it was a fantastic emotion to share with all the tifosi when we won the race and that would really be a fantastic opportunity if this would happen again, but as I said, no more than that.
Q. There was an interview in Germany where you said that Vettel is not a leader as Michael or as Fernando, that's what...
SD: I said that in my view... well, I know what I said so... I said that speaking about the drivers, to be a leader you need to have experience, points, championships, leadership and a relationship with the people and so on. So I said that in my view at the moment, the ones that I said – Fernando and Michael – were already doing it and Sebastian is on the right route to do it. With this year's win, he will be there very very soon so I don't think that I've said something strange. I think that's a fact, but it's interesting to see Christian's reaction. Maybe he will have something to say to me. He knows my telephone number.
Q. And in Italy, is there space in Formula 1 in Italy in motor sport that is not Ferrari?
GA: Well, first of all, we have three sponsors - we have acquired three new sponsors this season in the last few days, they arrived in the last moment, it appears on the rear wing, it doesn't appear yet on my shirt although my shirt is very wide and probably would guarantee more exposure than the rear wing! They are three different sponsors which we deal with separately. I don't think there is any discussion about the fact that the ownership pertains and remains in the hands of Mr. [Dietrich] Mateschitz so far. I have never been bothered about what's going to happen in the future in any team I have occurred to work with in the last 28 years. I've always tried to do my best; sometimes my best has not been enough and sometimes it has been enough. I'm relaxed about the matter.
It is good to have a little bit more money to do some more things. Mr. Sauber just highlighted just how large an issue that might be. What I can say is that Mr. Mateschitz and Red Bull since two years have promoted the expansion of Toro Rosso in Faenza and a new facility will be ready in the next two years. Then, if we have to move everything to Abu Dhabi, well, we will see. If there is space in Italy for another team like Ferrari? I think one of the difficulties which I experienced personally when I worked at Ferrari and one of the experiences which I am experiencing here in Toro Rosso is the fact that the market is not as alive as it is in England. Now if our wind tunnel is in Bicester, it is a deliberate choice although it is more difficult than most people think to make a car by fax. Nowadays it's easier because you've got satellite transmission and connection but having a melting pot of technicians in 150 miles is a large advantage, so I think there is more space for Formula 1 in Italy, and I would be welcome to see it.
Q. A question to Stefano: I don't know what Ferrari's chances of victory are on Sunday after what Sebastian has somewhat surprisingly done today, but would a win here in Monza be enough to appease you after now seeing the championship become almost impossible for you?
SD: I don't think so. Sorry. I think that for sure if you win in Monza, it's an important result for the team and for everyone that is feeling that Monza is a particular race but that's it. For sure, this championship is not really the best one, even if I think we could have won more races this year, to be honest, and the situation would have been different in terms of the championship, in terms of the situation. I can easily remember a couple of them. So we need to take the situation as it is without crying and be sure that the extra races that are from here to the end are very important, because, as I said to all the guys, we need to maximize the points because we are fighting for something, in any case, positions and other stuff and use that to also make sure that we can anticipate some work that can be used for the 2012 project. So, that's what I feel.
Q. Mr. Domenicali, correct me if I'm wrong but it seems that in this race you are again using the old suspension which you were using again in Spa and not the new one which you used at Silverstone for example and which seemed to reduce the problems of getting tires up to temperature, which had been a problem for you throughout the season. Could you explain the reasons for this choice?
SD: It's true, we are also not using that new... well, that different suspension but the reason is different. For sure our engineers believed that with these track conditions, that kind of suspension is not helping to improve the car otherwise we would be stupid not to use it, so that's the reason why we chose the other solution.