Ferrari firmly believes that sacking team principals and technical directors is the way to get things done. Rule by fear. It takes 3 years minimum to create a serious championship challenger. Ferrari has a tendency of late to sack before this time even. It's not good for team morale. The pressure is not helping. The upgrades are either too conservative or too extreme (and fail). I don't think Mattia is team principal material...he appears uncomfortable. I think he's far better suited to remain more behind the scenes. Ferrari needs to stop sticking to ensuring that, most of all, an employee is Italian. Hire the right person for the job, not the right nationality/gender/other. Until they do that, Ferrari will keep falling over themselves. Will they have quick cars? Of course they will. But they'll find ways of tripping over themselves constantly and organized teams such as Mercedes and Red Bull will be there to pick up the points...again.