Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso of Spain leaves his car after failing to complete the during the Italian Formula One Grand Prix at the Monza racetrack, in Monza, Italy, Sunday, Sept. 7, 2014. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
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Ferrari's fall from grace is no longer just a worry on the Formula One track.For the first time since 2008, Ferrari failed to a land a car on the podium in its home race.Speculation had been swirling even before the weekend that Ferrari president Luca Di Montezemolo was being forced out of the company four decades after founding father Enzo Ferrari brought him inFerrari has not won all season and with only six more races remaining, the team risks going winless for the first time since 1993 – when Jean Alesi and Gerhard Berger were the team's drivers.A Ferrari car hadn't retired for mechanical problems in 86 races and Sunday's results dropped Ferrari to fourth in the constructor's standings behind Williams in third.Cars with Mercedes engines Saturday took the top six spots in qualifying and Honda is planning a major return to F1 next year with McLaren, which will give Ferrari another big supplier to do battle with.
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