El director de Ferrari, ;Marco Mattiacci, ha frenado la complacencia en el equipo tras el segundo puesto del español Fernando Alonso en el GP de Hungría de Fórmula 1, apunta que el éxito se debió en parte a la lluvia y recuerda que todavía están …leer la noticia completa
The Ferrari Formula 1 team must not get over-excited about Fernando Alonso’s second place in Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix, according to team principal Marco Mattiacci
El Mundial de Fórmula 1 cierra por vacaciones hasta el próximo 24 de agosto y no hay escudería a la que no se le acumulen los deberes de verano. Ferrari, Red Bull, Williams…
Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci insists plenty of hard work lies ahead despite Fernando Alonso’s second place in Hungary…
Marco Mattiacci says he will not let Ferrari lose focus going into the summer break on the back of Fernando Alonso’s second position at the Hungarian Grand Prix
Ferrari’s Marco Mattiacci insists that there is still a lot of work to be done at Maranello despite both Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen scoring good F1 points in Hungary.
Fernando Alonso believes Ferrari’s decision to take risks during the Hungarian Grand Prix paid off and secured second place
2014 Hungarian Grand Prix – Race RICCIARDO USES THREE STOP STRATEGY TO WIN FINAL RACEBEFORE SUMMER BREAK HEAVY RAIN BEFORE THE START MAKES FOR VERY EXCITING RACING THREE DIFFERENT STRATEGIES AND TYRE CHOICES FOR THE TOP 3 CLASSIFIED Hungaroring, July 27, 2014 – Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo has claimed his second career win to maintain his third place in the driver’s championship at the Pirelli-sponsored Hungarian Grand Prix, before Formula One’s annual summer break. Ricciardo used a three stop strategy running the whole race on the P Zero Yellow soft tyre after having started on the Cinturato Green intermediate tyre. Fernando Alonso in his Ferrari held off his second place against Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton who charged through the field to finish third after having started from the pit lane
Ferrari's driver put in strong performances at the Hungarian Grand Prix with Fernando Alonso claiming an unexpected second place finish thanks to error free driving. Kimi Raikkonenhad a difficult task to rise through the ranks from 16th but still finished 6th.
Fernando Alonso says that finishing second in the Hungarian Grand Prix feels like a win, even though Ferrari’s tyre strategy gamble did not ultimately pay off
DRIVERS 1 – Daniel RICCIARDO (Red Bull Racing) 2 – Fernando ALONSO (Ferrari) 3 – Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
DRIVERS: 1 – Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull), 2 – Fernando Alonso (Ferrari), 3 – Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) Q: Daniel, what brilliant drive, congratulations. How on earth does that feel?
Watch highlights as Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo masters the tricky conditions to win a sensational Hungarian Grand Prix ahead of Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso.
Kimi Raikkonen believes there were plenty of good signs for Ferrari in Hungary and hope they can take that into the second half of the campaign…
Alonso: “Un gran lavoro” Mattiacci: “Fa morale” Lo spagnolo felice per il secondo posto: “Fine settimana difficile, è una bella soddisfazione per il team”. Montezemolo: “Felice per aver visto una Ferrari protagonista”. Mattiacci: “Un risultato ottimo per il morale”
Daniel Ricciardo claimed victory for Red Bull after picking off Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso in a breathtaking finish to a scintillating and safety car-interrupted race at the Hungaroring. Alonso held on to second despite late pressure from Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton, who himself had to defend as team mate and polesitter Nico Rosberg staged a lightning charge over the closing laps
Daniel Ricciardo pulled off a stunning win in Hungary and he was followed home by Fernando Alonso an Lewis Hamilton…
Daniel Ricciardo has won his second race of the season in what turned out to be an absolutely thrilling Hungarian Grand Prix. Ferrari's Fernando Alonso finished an unexpected second, closely followed by Hamilton and Rosberg.
Kimi Raikkonen insists he’s not ready to throw in the towel at Ferrari despite a poor season…
For the fourth time this season, Ferrari's Fernando Alonso qualified fifth this afternoon to secure a place on the clean side of Row 3. It’s a good place to be to pick up points in the final race before the summer break. Kimi Raikkonen meanwhile qualified 17th after a wrong strategy call cost him a chance at doing better.
Kimi Raikkonen says Ferrari must fix their “weaknesses” after a mistake ends his Hungarian GP qualifying.
Fernando Alonso says he doesn’t take any hope from Mercedes’ recent reliability issues because Ferrari’s performance deficit is so great
Kimi Raikkonen calls on Ferrari to ‘change and improve’ after its strategic error saw him bundled out of Q1 and left 17th on the grid in Hungary.
Kimi Raikkonen has urged Ferrari to cure their ‘weaknesses in the system’ after a qualifying gaffe left him fighting an uphill battle in Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix.
Kimi Raikkonen has urged Ferrari to cure their “weaknesses in the system” after a qualifying gaffe left him fighting an uphill battle in Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix.
Kimi Raikkonen says he did not agree with Ferrari’s decision to stay in the garage at the end of Q1 which eventually saw him get knocked out of the session by Marussia’s Jules Bianchi
Kimi Raikkonen was philosophical about his exit in Q1 at Hungary, but admits Ferrari cannot afford to make silly mistakes…
Kimi Raikkonen says that his Ferrari Formula 1 team should not be making the kind of strategic error that led to him being eliminated in Q1 at the Hungaroring
Niki Lauda has apologised in person to all at Ferrari following his derogatory remarks made in the wake of Sunday’s German Grand Prix.
Team Representatives – Monisha Kaltenborn (Sauber), Vijay Mallya (Force India), Claire Williams (Williams), Eric Boullier (McLaren), Christian Horner (Red Bull Racing), Marco Mattiacci (Ferrari) PRESS CONFERENCE Q: Claire, ladies first, if I can start with you. Phenomenal performances recently
Kimi Raikkonen says an unknown problem with the left rear of his Ferrari hampered his running during Friday practice for the Hungarian Grand Prix
Fernando Alonso says Ferrari is making progress with the F14 T at the Hungaroring and is confident of a competitive weekend
Marco Mattiacci has confirmed that Niki Lauda visited the Ferrari pits in Hungary to apologise for his “s**t” comment…
TEAM REPRESENTATIVES – Monisha KALTENBORN (Sauber), Vijay MALLYA (Force India), Claire WILLIAMS (Williams), Eric BOULLIER (McLaren), Christian HORNER (Red Bull Racing), Marco MATTIACCI (Ferrari)
Tyre struggles tainted Kimi Raikkonen’s Friday practice sessions at the Hungarian Grand Prix but the Finn is hoping he can solve his issues using the data Ferrari gathered
Fernando Alonso believes Ferrari is on the “right road” after a solid day of practice at the Hungarian Grand Prix
Valtteri Bottas believes Williams took a step forward with the upgrades it brought to Hungary but still expects a “really tight” battle with Red Bull and Ferrari on Saturday.
Lewis Hamilton maintained his advantage at the Hungaroring as he finished two-tenths of a second clear of Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg and the rest of the Formula One field in Friday afternoon’s second practice session. Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso both got within a second of Hamilton, while McLaren’s Kevin Magnussen narrowly edged out Kimi Raikkonen in the second Ferrari in the fight for fifth
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Lewis Hamilton narrowly edged out Nico Rosberg to go fastest as Mercedes took command of the opening practice session in Budapest on Friday morning. Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen was the only other man to get within one second of Hamilton, with the Finn’s team mate Fernando Alonso fourth ahead of Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel and McLaren’s Kevin Magnussen
Fernando Alonso admits Ferrari need to start getting both cars in the points if they don’t want to slip further down in the standings…
The Brit has also insisted he has no fear of being replaced by Red Bull’s world champion Sebastian Vettel or Ferrari’s highly-rated Fernando Alonso
Fernando Alonso says it is important Kimi Raikkonen starts scoring more points for Ferrari to stop the team sliding down the constructors’ championship
Kimi Raikkonen is confident he can start to reap the rewards of his recent progress with the Ferrari F14 T in Hungary this weekend after a series of disappointing results
Fernando Alonso is concerned Ferrari is going backwards this year after slipping behind Williams in the constructors’ championship last weekend in Germany
Fernando Alonso’s praise of his battle with Daniel Ricciardo at the German Grand Prix has left the Australian Formula 1 driver eager for more fights with his Ferrari rival.
Hungary is a much maligned circuit, due to its tight low speed nature and the difficulty of overtaking, but it has produced a surprising number of exciting races. Being bold is the key to doing well, as Lewis Hamilton proved with some overtakes in unusual places last year or as Michael Schumacher and Ferrari proved […]
The effective banning of high-tech suspension systems has left McLaren and Ferrari further off the pace, says F1 analyst Allan McNish.
The effective banning of high-tech suspension systems has left McLaren and Ferrari further off the pace, says F1 analyst Allan McNish.
Fernando Alonso restera-t-il chez Ferrari la saison prochaine ? La…