MARANELLO, Italy – Ferrari team boss Stefano Domenicali claims Red Bull has a clear No.1 one driver, on whom the team focuses. The Italian team is open about its policy of hiring a clearly superior top driver - presently Fernando Alonso - alongside a capable No.2 such as Felipe Massa.NUMBER ONE GETS BESTThis policy was highlighted in Austin, Texas, in November 2012 month when Ferrari deliberately incurred a gearbox penalty on Brazilian Massa's car in order to give Alonso a better grid position.Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo said: "If the others don't like it, we don't care. Others are critical but do the same, although less transparently."Domenicali said: "Why does Webber have so many failures on his car? Because the best parts go to the driver getting the better results - this is normal and it seems so logical that we never say anything. We don't like to speak of the others but the others like to talk about us."Meanwhile, Domenicali admitted Ferrari was looking forward to the next season, even though Red Bull and McLaren had superior cars throughout 2012 even if the rules are not changing much in 2013.Ferrari, however, thinks the banning of DRS during Saturday practice and qualifying will be a "major change".