Fernando Alonso has admitted there will be no quick fix for Ferrari in the wake of Stefano Domenicali’s departure and warned F1′s most famous marque are likely to remain uncompetitive until at least the second half of the 2014 campaign.
Felipe Massa says there is noticeably less pressure on him as a driver at Williams than there was at Ferrari, with more distractions at the road car manufacturer
Fernando Alonso says Ferrari’s new team principal Marco Mattiacci will need time to settle into his position
Fernando Alonso has yet to speak to new Ferrari Formula 1 team boss Matteo Mattiacci, and says he needs time to judge if the management change will prove a success
Flavio Briatore says Ferrari were right to “shake things up” earlier this week by parting ways with Stefano Domenicali…
On the back of a week of upheaval at Ferrari, president Luca di Montezemolo has issued a rallying cry, saying the team will “win very soon”…
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Sunday at Silverstone sees the first round of the FIA WEC series, the World Endurance Championship in which Ferrari will be aiming to repeat its triple title winning exploits of 2013. This time AF Corse has decided to field two very different crews in the LMGTE PRO category.
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British young driver James Calado il ready to make his debut in the FIA WEC on the Ferrari 458 of AF Corse racing team. His team mate will be Scuderia Ferrari Formula 1 team tester Davide Rigon. Il britannico James Calado lascia le monoposto per gareggiare nel FIA WEC con la Ferrari 458 del team AF Corse.
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo says he will be more involved in the running of the Formula 1 team in order to help new team boss Marco Mattiacci
Ferrari Engineering Director Pat Fry has admitted that the Maranello team’s target this season is to finish as the best of the rest behind Mercedes…
Ferrari is looking at all areas of its F14 T to try to find ways to establish itself as the best of the rest behind Mercedes
Ferrari president Luca Di Montezemolo has found a new ally in his war on the current state of Formula One. Di Montezemolo does not like the new 1.6-litre V6 turbo-charged power-unit era.
I read that some talking head from the Italian Olympic Committee has come out and talked about Formula 1, in support of Ferrari’s campaign to have Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen ride dinosaurs around the Circus Maximus. I have some advice for him: Go away, shut up and worry about your own sport. If that […]
Ferrari is showing no signs of easing up in its unhappiness about the new Formula 1, after publishing fresh criticisms of the rules on its website.
Ferrari president has said that he has complete confidence in new team principal Marco Mattiacci and added that his Ferrari heritage is more important than F1 knowledge and he has vowed to spend more time in Formula 1 personally. “I decided to appoint a young manager in whom I have a great deal of confidence and someone from the Ferrari family, rather than going around the world looking for some mercenary,” Montezemolo said yesterday. “We are full of talent with quality and capability and and we are full of technical people from whom I now expect an immediate reaction
Fernando Alonso says he is not satisfied with two world championships and remains “hungry for victories” after Ferrari’s poor start to the season
Fernando Alonso has revealed he will not be content to retire from Formula One with his current title of double world champion
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La temporada de Fórmula 1 ha tomado un ritmo frenético desde que se subiera el telón en Melbourne, con hasta tres Grandes Premios disputados en tan solo tres semanas. La base de datos de la que disponen los ingenieros de la Scuderia Ferrari ha crecido desde la primera carrera del año y se han aprovechado las cifras generadas para llevar a cabo programas de simulación en Maranello.
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The Formula 1 season has been rushing along at a hectic pace since the curtain raiser in Melbourne, with no less than three Grands Prix taking place in the space of three weeks. The data base of information available to the Scuderia Ferrari engineers has grown since the first race of the year and the numbers generated have been poured over, picked at and used to drive simulation programmes back in Maranello. However, despite the advances made in virtual car development, there is still no substitute for real track time and so Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen are looking forward to getting back on track at the Shanghai International Circuit for the fourth round of the world championship
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La stagione di Formula 1 è iniziata a un ritmo frenetico fin dalla prima gara di campionato a Melbourne, con non meno di tre Gran Premi disputati nello spazio di poco più di tre settimane. La quantità di informazioni raccolte e rese disponibili per gli ingegneri della Scuderia Ferrari è cresciuta continuamente fin dalla prima gara dell’anno. I dati sono stati analizzati e sfruttati per organizzare un intenso programma di simulazioni a Maranello
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Wiesbaden, April 7 — On Friday 400 enthusiastic guests from all over Germany celebrated the latest model from Maranello, the Ferrari California T, at the national premiere in the heart of Frankfurt. Wiesbaden, 7. April – Am Freitag feierten bei der nationalen Premiere im Herzen Frankfurts rund 400 begeisterte Gäste aus ganz Deutschland das neueste Modell aus Maranello, den California T
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A lap of the Eastern Creek circuit with local hero Steve Wyatt on board on his Ferrari 458 Challenge Evo. Un giro di pista del circuito di Eastern Creek con il padrone di casa Steve Wyatt al volante della Ferrari 458 Challenge Evo. Subscribe ferrariworld: Follow us on Facebook and Twitter Ferrari Since 1947
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Thousands of spectators came to the Sydney Motorsport Park in the last day of the event and they had the chance to get in touch eith the exclusive Ferrari atmosphere. People saw racing action with the Ferrari Challenge APAC but also had the opportunity to see the Formula 1 exhibition as the Classiche and contemporary Ferrari in the paddock. Migliaia di spettatori sono venute al Sydney Motorsport Park nell’ultimo giorno della manifestazione.
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Race 2 of the second Ferrari Challenge APAC saw Philippe Prette and David Tjiptobiantoro make a double: the Hong Kong driver just like the Indonesian won Sunday’s race after succeeding in Race 1 on Saturday. They are now leading the standings in Trofeo Pirelli and Coppa Shell with a confortable advantage over rivals.
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Races, Formula 1 exhibitions and Ferrari of different years, from the Classiche to the fantastic LaFerrari: the visitors who came to the Sydney Motorsport Park enjoyed an unforgettable day. Le gare, le esibizioni della Formula 1 e le Ferrari di ogni tempo: per i visitatori che si sono recati al Sydney Motorsport Park il divertimento e le emozioni non sono mancate.
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Philippe Prette and David Tjiptobiantoro win Race 1 in Sydney just like they did in Malesia. The race was thrilling on a difficult track and full of episodes. Philippe Prette e David Tjiptobiantoro vincono gara 1 a Sydney proprio come in Malesia.
Stop and think about it for a moment: have you ever seen a Ferrari advertisement in a newspaper or a magazine? You won’t find one, because the company policy since the very beginning has been NOT to advertise. Enzo Ferrari was not really interested in building or selling road cars
After experiencing their least competitive showing of the season in Bahrain, Ferrari’s engineering director Pat Fry has said that the team’s short-term priority is to establish themselves as the second-best team in F1 racing – not to catch runaway championship leaders Mercedes. Following the race in Sakhir, in which Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen claimed ninth and tenth places respectively
Ferrari have confirmed that Marco Mattiacci will take over from Stefano Domenicali as the Formula One outfit’s Team Principal…
This weekend in China the new Team Principal of Ferrari, Marco Mattiacci, will be in charge for the first time. In promoting Mattiacci, the company is taking something of a gamble on one level, as he has very limited knowledge of Formula 1; it’s culture and the complex, difficult people who populate its higher echelons.
Stefano Domenicali has resigned as Ferrari team principal – to be replaced by a Formula One novice. The new man is 42-year-old Marco Mattiacci.
Stefano Domenicali has decided to resign from his position as Team Principal of Scuderia Ferrari, stating that he takes responsibility for the state the team is currently in.
The news that Stefano Domenicali has stepped down as Ferrari team principal is less of a surprise than the timing of what is said to have been his decision. The Scuderia have had a tough start to the season and could manage no better than ninth and 10th places in the recent Bahrain Grand Prix, which was attended by the team president, Luca di Montezemolo, but Domenicali had been expected to see out the year at the very least.
Ferrari’s bosses are convinced that the relatively unknown Marco Mattiacci is just who its Formula 1 team needs to lead it to the front of the grid
The mounting frustration of Fernando Alonso is believed to have been critical in the departure of Stefano Domenicali from Ferrari.
There are a lot of stories today about Marco Mattiacci, the new head of Ferrari Gestione Sportiva, who is replacing Stefano Domenicali. He grew up in Rome and is 42 years of age. He is reported to have started his career at Jaguar Italia in 1989, which would have meant that he was only 17 […]
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo says Stefano Domenicali has put the team’s interests in front of his own by stepping down as team principal
Former Ferrari car sales chief Marco Mattiaci has been named as the official replacement for Stefano Domenicali as team principal
Domenicali has been in the position of team principal since 2008 but has resigned after taking responsibility for a largely disappointing start to the F1 calendar
Ferrari has named Marco Mattiacci as its new team principal after Stefano Domenicali resigned from the role
Stefano Domenicali has stepped down as Ferrari team principal following a poor start to the 2014 season
Stefano Domenicali has resigned as team principal of Ferrari. The move is expected to be confirmed by Ferrari imminently, and comes in the wake of the team’s disappointing display at the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Outgoing Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali says he had to take responsibility for the Scuderia’s poor performances in the early part of the Formula 1 season.
Reports in Italy suggest that Ferrari will announce later on Monday that Stefano Domenicali has resigned as Team Principal.
Stefano Domenicali has resigned as Team Principal of Ferrari, it was confirmed on Monday, with the 48-year-old paying the price for another slugglish start to a Formula 1 season by the Scuderia.
Domenicali replaced by Marco Mattiacci Ferrari have not won a race in almost a yearStefano Domenicali has resigned as Ferrari team principal after six years in charge and …
Domenicali replaced by Marco Mattiacci Ferrari have not won a grand prix in almost a yearStefano Domenicali has resigned as the Ferrari team principal after six years …
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Stefano Domenicali has stepped down as Ferrari team principal. The news had not been expected. “There are certain moments in the professional life of each of us where it takes courage to make tough decisions,” Domenicali said.