Aldo Costa was designer of some of the Ferraris raced by Michael Schumacher, replaced Ross Brawn as Technical Director at Ferrari and held the post until May 2011, when he was sacked. Brawn then hired him for Mercedes and he is the man behind the current design, which is dominating both the drivers and constructors’ […]
Kimi Raikkonen says he has “belief” in Ferrari that it can turn its season around and enjoy a much improved 2015
Fernando Alonso has hailed Mercedes as the new benchmark for Ferrari, saying they have been a “good surprise” to F1 this season…
Fernando Alonso believes Mercedes to be the surprise of the Formula One season – and now the benchmark for Ferrari to aspire to.
Romain Grosjean says he is not entirely surprised to see Kimi Raikkonen struggling this year at Ferrari and believes it may be down to the latest generation Pirelli tyres
Kimi Raikkonen is confident Marco Mattiacci is the right man to return Ferrari to winning ways next season and believes technical director James Allison will deliver a car to his liking
Williams’ success across the first half of the 2014 Formula One season will not prove fleeting. That is according to technical director Pat Symonds, who believes the team will be just as competitive after the summer break. In the opening 11 Grands Prix Williams have scored three podiums – all through Valtteri Bottas – and they remain locked in battle with Ferrari for third in the constructors’ standings
Kimi Raikkonen still believes he is fast enough to fight at the front in Formula 1, despite struggling to find his form with Ferrari this season
The reign of Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci is little more than 100 days old, but this week the first changes in his restructing of the team came to light. Former Lotus technical director James Allison is in overall charge of the entire technical project, both chassis and engine.
James Allison says the weakness in Ferrari’s F14T are “fairly clear” but that it is easier to note them than it is to fix them…
Kimi Raikkonen says there is “an awful long way to go” for Ferrari to get in to a position to challenge for race victories
Ferrari boss Marco Mattiacci says his team is facing “a huge amount of work” to make it competitive again next season
Ferrari have bid farewell to long-serving engine boss Luca Marmorini, who has left the team with immediate effect….
Ferrari has officially announced that its engine chief Luca Marmorini has left the team following a very difficult start to the new turbo engine era of Formula 1.
Ferrari, ora c’è Binotto per l’area power unit Un comunicato di Maranello ha annunciato che «il direttore Motori ed Elettronica, Luca Marmorini, lascia l’azienda»
Según comunicó el equipo italiano, la salida de Marmorini, que estaba en el puesto desde 2009, es el primer paso para la reestructuración de la escudería.El nuevo jefe de la sección, a la que se conoce como Power-Unit, es Mattia Binotto.Después de 11…leer la noticia completa
Ferrari has finally confirmed it has axed Luca Marmorini, its director of the engine and electronics department.
Ferrari has confirmed that the head of its engine and electronics department, Luca Marmorini, has left the team
The meeting of the group of senior F1 figures which was due to take place this week has been deferred to a later data amid doubts over the appropriateness of former team boss Flavio Briatore being part of the group. The “popularity working group” as it was dubbed, was due to comprise Briatore, Bernie Ecclestone, […]
Ferrari confirmed on Thursday that Luca Marmorini, who oversaw the design and development of their power unit, is leaving Maranello.
Ferrari has confirmed a restructuring of its Formula 1 engine department amid its disappointing 2014 campaign
Luca Marmorini is to leave his role as the director of Ferrari’s engine and electronics department as the Italian team restructure their power unit department. The move, which was announced on Thursday, sees Mattia Binotto assume the role of chief operating officer, whilst Lorenzo Sassi retains his position as chief designer of the power unit
Ferrari technical director James Allison says the weaknesses of the team’s car are clear this year, but admits it will not be work of a moment to fix them
The Ferrari Formula 1 team requires a “360-degree” improvement before it can get back to where it wants to be in the competitive order, according to team boss Marco Mattiacci
Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci has demanded no one in his team shuts down mentally during Formula One’s summer break.
Principal will use F1s summer break to regalvanise set-up Everyone in team called on to make us winners againThe Ferrari team principal, Marco Mattiacci …
Die Scuderia Ferrari gratuliert Fernando Alonso zum 33. Geburtstag mit einem Tribute-Video.
Ferrari have dismissed reports that engineering director Pat Fry has been sacked…
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Fernando Alonso turns 33 today and Scuderia Ferrari has chosen to wish him all the best with a celebratory video, made in conjunction with Sky Italia. It highlights all the best moments of the Spaniard’s time spent to date with the longest running team in Formula 1. In the past four and a half years there has been happiness and disappointment and a lot of time spent with special people, special like Fernando, a truly great talent and a real team player
Ferrari have denied that Pat Fry has been sacked amid claims that the team’s engineering director has paid the price for the Scuderia’s lacklustre campaign.
Ferrari have denied that Pat Fry has been sacked amid claims that the team’s engineering director will pay the price for the Scuderia’s lacklustre campaign.
Formula 1, le idee Ferrari per migliorare lo show Giovedì a Londra il team principal Mattiacci illustrerà agli altri team la linea di Montezemolo: ricerca, possibilità di recupero e più test
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 admitted his season-best second-place finish in the epic Hungarian GP still felt like a victory despite being denied what would have been Ferrari’s first win in 25 races within three laps of the chequered flag.
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”