Ferraris Ex-Motorenchef Luca Marmorini meldet sich zu Wort. Der Italiener erklärt, warum der Turbolader viel zu klein geraten ist.
Kimi Räikkönen erwartet von Ferrari in Spa keine Wunderdinge. Der Finne hat bereits die Entwicklung für das nächste Jahr im Blick.
A Ferrari 250 GTO once owned by Jo Schlesser – who was killed on his Formula One debut in 1968 – has been sold at auction for a world record £22.8 million ($38.1 million)
Kimi Raikkonen is not expecting a drastic turnaround in his fortunes in Belgium despite going into the summer break on the back of his most successful result of the season in Hungary
Ferrari president Luca Di Montezemolo has hit out at suggestions Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen will leave the team at the end of the season.
Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen will not leave Ferrari at the end of 2014, according to team president Luca Di Montezemolo.
Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen will not leave Ferrari at the end of 2014, according to team president Luca Di Montezemolo.
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has played down suggestions of any driver changes at the Maranello team for 2015. Fernando Alonso is rumoured to be exploring other options as he searches for a competitive package, while inevitably there are question … Continue reading →
Jules Bianchi’s F1 form hints at better things, but the Frenchman is not expecting Ferrari to coming knocking for next season.
Massa: “Ora l’obiettivo è battere la Ferrari” Il brasiliano: “Abbiamo buone possibilità di riprenderci il terzo posto nei costruttori”. Ora arrivano due gare favorevoli.
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo is convinced that the team have made significant strides over the first half of their 2014 Formula One campaign, even if results are “not always visible”. While Ferrari have failed to win once over the opening 11 races for the first time since 2009, Di Montezemolo says changes are already being made in order for the team to rediscover front-running form
Ferrari President Luca di Montezemolo has rubbished rumours that Fernando Alonso wants $50 million a year or he will walk away from Ferrari…
Alonso: “Correre in Ferrari dà più emozione di tutte” Prosegue sul sito della Ferrari la foto-storia del pilota spagnolo: ”
Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci insists his team can pull off a “360 degree” turnaround and compete at the front of the grid…
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has dismissed speculation that Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen might leave the team at the end of the season
Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci says the car needs to be improved at 360 degrees to be competitive
Weil in der Formel 1 heute alles politisch korrekt sein muss, zeigen sich die Grid Girls längst nicht mehr so freizügig wie früher. Wir zeigen Ihnen noch einmal, wie es in der guten alten Zeit zuging.
Andretti: “Alonsosta tenendo viva la Ferrari” L’ex iridato: “Raikkonen deve darsi da fare. Vettel si adegui alle nuovre regole, Rosberg merita il Mondiale ma io parteggio un po’ per Hamilton. Ricciardo Favoloso
Mario Andretti believes Fernando Alonso is “keeping Ferrari alive” this season while team-mate Kimi Raikkonen has “work to do”
Luca di Montezemolo has dismissed speculation that he could quit his post as Ferrari president…
Fernando Alonso says working with Kimi Raikkonen is not that different to working with any of his other team-mates over the years
Kimi Raikkonen says the current Ferrari car is “not a disaster” and will provide a good base to work from for the rest of the season and 2015.
Mercedes does not believe engines have become the dominant factor in Formula 1 car performance this season, despite the advantage it has enjoyed over Ferrari and Renault
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Discover the FF in a brand new 4×4 experience: on desktop, tablet or smartphone you can choose your favorite combinations to learn more about Ferrari revolutionary 4-seat, 4-wheel drive model! Enjoy it now :
Monisha Kalternborn insists Sauber’s relationship with engine supplier Ferrari is fine despite the team’s struggles in 2014
Former World Champions Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton have heaped praise on Daniel Ricciardo and tipped the Australian to remain one of their key rivals in the fight for honours at the front of the Formula 1 field over the forthcoming years.
Former Ferrari technical director Aldo Costa says some of the blame for Ferrari’s current failings should be put at the feet of president Luca di Montezemolo
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg’s rivalry at Mercedes has dominated the headlines during the first half of the season, but there have been a number of other fascinating inter-team battles – with some surprises about which driver is coming out on top. The two biggest surprises are at Ferrari and Red Bull. Much was expected […]
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The Tributo Ferrari 2014, a rally for the ages was yet another landmark in Ferrari’s 60 illustrious years in the USA. This historical celebration took Ferraristi through the streets of NYC to the Hamptons. #FerrariUSA60
Former Ferrari Chief Designer Aldo Costa, now employed at the dominant Mercedes AMG team has pinpointed a number of mistakes he believes have been crucial in Ferrari's recent slump.
Kimi Raikkonen insists he has lost none of his speed since his winter return to Ferrari from Lotus despite his disappointing run of results and is confident that both he and the team can eventually return to race-winning ways.
With zero points from 11 Grands Prix, 2014 is proving a tough season for Sauber. By the team’s own admission the Ferrari-powered C33 is ‘not one of the better cars’ they’ve built, and neither Adrian Sutil nor Esteban Gutierrez has been able to trouble the top ten. We spoke to team principal Monisha Kaltenborn to find out how the Swiss squad intends to turn their fortunes around
Former tech boss Aldo Costa believes “serious mistakes” regarding Ferrari’s vision and the hiring and firing of employees are to blame for their current woes…
Mercedes’ Chefdesigner Aldo Costa fürchtet 2015 kein wiedererstarktes Ferrari. Red Bull hat der ehemalige Ferrari-Mann eher auf der Rechnung.
Proper coordination between the chassis and engine departments of Ferrari’s Formula 1 team will be key to the Scuderia rediscovering frontrunning form, according to technical director James Allison
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