If anyone is familiar with me and my posts, I've been very critical of Dominicalli, and have got into so many discussions in this forum of how he is the reason of the Ferrari slump since he took the lead of the team.
LdM seems to agree, whether he will change the head, or will start micro-managing will only be clear within the coming few months
"I want us to start with a car that is immediately capable of fighting for the win and it has to be our first task. In order to achieve that, each one of us must improve in our own roles by at least a millimeter. We must revamp our organisation and our working methods to try and be at the same level as the best, right from the first race, which for too many years now we have failed to do."http://en.espnf1.com/ferrari/motorsport ... 96749.html
I'm sorry, but I cannot see where LdM is agreeing with you.
He doesn't seem to be blaming SD and he certainly doesn't seem to be indicating replacing him. In fact, based on his quotes, you might see SD again next season:
In order to achieve that, each one of us must improve in our own roles by at least a millimeter.
It seems that LdM might have come to the conclusion that evolution rather than revolution might be the best way forward for Ferrari this winter.
Personally, I think Ferrari have been heading in the right direction in recent years. Following a big slump they have been making progress and closing in on the front and where they should be. If they can make similar progress this winter then I expect them to be in the mix from the beginning next season and we'll be watching Alonso and Massa battling for front row starts and podium positions from the off...