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Il tedesco Dirk Adamski precede in classifica Massimiliano Bianchi e Jacques Duyver. Lovat re nella Coppa Gentlemen Ecco l’emozionante video girato a bordo della nuova Ferrari 458 Challenge EVO che disputa il campionato Ferrari Challenge. Subscribe ferrariworld: Follow us on Facebook and Twitter Ferrari Since 1947
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Il tedesco Dirk Adamski precede in classifica Massimiliano Bianchi e Jacques Duyver. Lovat re nella Coppa Gentlemen Subscribe ferrariworld: Follow us on Facebook and Twitter Ferrari Since 1947
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Stefano Gai vince Gara 1 a Monza precedendo Philipp Baron e Dario Caso. Stratta trionfa tra gli Am Ecco l’emozionante video girato a bordo della nuova Ferrari 458 Challenge EVO che disputa il campionato Ferrari Challenge. Subscribe ferrariworld: Follow us on Facebook and Twitter Ferrari Since 1947
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Stefano Gai vince Gara 1 a Monza precedendo Philipp Baron e Dario Caso. Stratta trionfa tra gli Am. Subscribe ferrariworld: Follow us on Facebook and Twitter Ferrari Since 1947
This weekend there is a lot of talk about the 2014 rules and the possibility of making some changes, under pressure from Red Bull and Ferrari in particular. We’ve had lots of comments, especially in light of the criticism voiced by Red Bull’s Adrian Newey on Friday and here we post one of the most eloquent and well argued of them, to give a fan’s perspective and to give voice to the fans’ view. Both Ferrari and Red Bull teams and their senior figures have been talking down the sport recently, as has its commercial boss Bernie Ecclestone; trying to ;More…
The push by Red Bull and Ferrari to change new Formula 1 rules is “absurd”, says Mercedes co-team boss Toto Wolff.
FIA chairman and Bernie Ecclestone to meet Italian team German chief describes prospect of change as absurdThe Bahrain Grand Prix will take place against a background of …
Scuderia Ferrari saw both drivers again qualify in the top 10, and with the demotion of Daniel Ricciardo, both move up a slot. As such, Raikkonen will start from 5th and Alonso from 9th.
Kimi Raikkonen is hoping for better fortunes in the Bahrain Grand Prix after admitting that his Ferrari has improved throughout the F1 weekend.
Fernando Alonso believes he and Ferrari missed an opportunity after a “strange” Bahrain Grand Prix qualifying session on Saturday
Fernando Alonso has revealed he was struggling with a lack of power during qualifying which got worse with every lap.
Kimi Raikkonen believes that the changes Ferrari has made to its 2014 Formula 1 challenger have helped him feel more comfortable on track.
Kimi Raikkonen believes that the changes Ferrari has made to its 2014 Formula 1 challenger have helped him feel more comfortable on track.
Kimi Raikkonen believes that the changes Ferrari has made to its 2014 Formula 1 challenger have helped him feel more comfortable on track.
There were top ten times in Saturday’s qualifying in Bahrain for Kimi Raikkonen, Jenson Button, Kevin Magnussen and Fernando Alonso…
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Here’s an exciting video shot from onboard the new Ferrari 458 Challenge EVO car that is being used in the Ferrari Challenge. Ecco l’emozionante video girato a bordo della nuova Ferrari 458 Challenge EVO che disputa il campionato Ferrari Challenge. Subscribe ferrariworld: Follow us on Facebook and Twitter Ferrari Since 1947
Kimi Raikkonen admits he is not comfortable with his Ferrari in either day or night conditions during practice for the Bahrain Grand Prix
Team representatives – Luigi Fraboni (Ferrari), Remi Taffin (Renault Sport F1), Robert (Bob) Fernley (Force India), Pat Symonds (Williams), Adrian Newey (Red Bull Racing), Paddy Lowe (Mercedes) Q: Bob, could I start with you. It looks like you’re in the battle again here this weekend behind the Mercedes
Kimi Raikkonen ongoing struggles with the Ferrari F14 T showed no sign of abating on Friday at the Bahrain GP with the Finn now aiming to recover from what he admitted was a “difficult day”.
Fernando Alonso has urged Ferrari not to overreact to the gap to Mercedes after Friday practice at the Bahrain Grand Prix
Kimi Raikkonen is still not comfortable with his Ferrari after Friday’s practice sessions at the Bahrain Grand Prix and suffered a couple of issues on his car in FP1
Felipe Massa admits that Red Bull and Ferrari will be more of a factor in Bahrain this weekend than they were in F1 testing.
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg continued Mercedes’ ominous start in Bahrain by sealing the top two spots in practice two on Friday evening, the first session to be run under the Sakhir floodlights. Fernando Alonso was third fastest for Ferrari, with Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo, Williams’ Felipe Massa and McLaren’s Jenson Button rounding out the top six
Fernando Alonso sees no reason to doubt that Ferrari will get itself firmly in the hunt for the world championship.
Lewis Hamilton has started the Bahrain Grand Prix weekend by topping the timesheets in the first practice session. A late charge put him up on top, ahead of Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg and Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso.
Lewis Hamilton shaded team mate Nico Rosberg as Mercedes made an ominous start at Sakhir by locking out the top two spots in first practice. Fernando Alonso secured third for Ferrari, having gone temporarily fastest before Mercedes’ late surge, while Force India’s Nico Hulkenberg beat McLaren’s Jenson Button – celebrating his 250th Grand Prix start this weekend – to fourth
Ferrari have ratcheted up the pressure ahead of a heavyweight F1 summit meeting in Bahrain by publishing a highly-damning fans’ survey on the current state of F1.
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The new special limited edition car from Maranello was a magnet for over 200 journalists who attended its premiere this afternoon on the opening day of the Tour Auto Optic 2000. La nuova serie speciale limitata di Maranello ha calamitato l’attenzione degli oltre duecento giornalisti che hanno partecipato alla première svoltasi oggi pomeriggio in occasione della giornata inaugurale del Tour Auto Optic 2000. Subscribe ferrariworld: Follow us on Facebook and Twitter Ferrari Since 1947
Kimi Raikkonen says life as Fernando Alonso’s team-mate is more or less what he expected this year
Fernando Alonso believes Ferrari needs to be “a little more clever” than the other teams if they are to challenge for honours this year…
British driver aiming to make it three wins out of three for his team this year at Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix says such talk is all mind-games
Fernando Alonso still thinks that Ferrari can be in the fight for the World Championship all the way to the finale in Abu Dhabi, despite the gap to Mercedes that was apparent in the first two races. “It could be … Continue reading →
Kimi Raikkonen has admitted it will take a little longer before he feels completely comfortable with the F14 T – but is confident both he and Ferrari will eventually make a breakthrough.
Kimi Raikkonen says he is sure Ferrari will catch Mercedes this season but is unsure if it will come soon enough to mount a title challenge
A family friend revealed the star, who suffered a ski accident 14 weeks ago, will be moved to a rehabilitation facility – but NOT at his home as was previously claimed
Fernando Alonso says there is more time to be gained with each upgrade Ferrari brings than in previous years and is confident he will still be in the title race come the end of the season
Kimi Raikkonen believes Ferrari has big gains to come that will help it get on terms with Formula 1 pacesetter Mercedes
Why was McLaren faster than Ferrari in Melbourne, but slower in Malaysia? And how much faster was Valterri Bottas than his Williams team mate Felipe Massa in Sunday’s Grand Prix – enough to make a pass on Jenson Button ahead, as the team believed? With the help of JA on F1 technical adviser Mark Gillan we can attempt to answer these questions, thanks to the latest performance graphs.
Watch highlights from the 2004 Bahrain Grand Prix as Michael Schumacher leads home team-mate Rubens Barrichello for a Ferrari one-two at the first ever F1 race to be held in the Middle East.
The famous old car maker is far behind pace-setting Mercedes and Renault, but Domenicali insists ‘we love the challenge’
Nico Hulkenberg is refusing to write off Williams and McLaren in Bahrain despite being on pace with the Ferrari of Fernando Alonso in Malaysia
Nico Hulkenberg is refusing to write off Williams and McLaren in Bahrain despite being on pace with the Ferrari of Fernando Alonso in Malaysia
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Watch Forza Motorsport 5′s video tribute to LaFerrari, Maranello’s limited edition special series 12-cylinder. Guarda il video tributo dedicato a LaFerrari, la 12 cilindri in serie speciale limitata della Casa di Maranello, realizzato da Forza Motorsport 5. Subscribe ferrariworld: Follow us on Facebook and Twitter Ferrari Since 1947
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This weekend marks the start of the Ferrari Challenge season. The most famous one-make series in the world sees competitors use the 458 Evo car this year, fitted with a new aerodynamic kit that should make the racing even more exciting. There are seven rounds on some of the most interesting circuits in the world.
JONATHAN McEVOY: Ferrari boss Luca di Montezemolo has flown to London for a secret summit with Bernie Ecclestone to discuss problems with this season’s controversial regulations and the future ownership of the whole billion-dollar sport.
JONATHAN McEVOY: Ferrari boss Luca di Montezemolo has flown to London for a secret summit with Bernie Ecclestone to discuss problems with this season’s controversial regulations and the future ownership of the whole billion-dollar sport.
Luca di Montezemolo and Bernie Ecclestone plan to meet with Jean Todt during the Bahrain GP discuss potential changes that could improve the spectacle of Formula 1.
The seven-time world champion has been in hospital since Dec 29 – but Sabine Kehm says there is cause for optimism as his recovery continues
Although Stefano Domenicali concedes Ferrari need to improve “everywhere”, he says it is a “bit extreme” to speak of needing a new car…
Ferrari boss Luca di Montezemolo has flown to London for a secret summit with Bernie Ecclestone to discuss problems with this season’s controversial regulations and the future ownership of the whole billion-dollar sport.