Ferrari drivers Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen have both failed to secure a podium finish so far this year
Stefano Domenicali has resigned as Ferrari team principal and been replaced by Marco Mattiacci, the Formula One team said in a statement this morning.
Stefano Domenicali resigns as the team principal of Ferrari with immediate effect after their poor start to the F1 season.
Stefano Domenicali has resigned as Ferrari team principal with immediate effect, according to unconfirmed reports in Italy
Stefano Domenicali has resigned as Team Principal of Ferrari in the wake of the team’s poor start to the 2014 season. He will be replaced by Marco Mattiaci, the former head of Ferrari USA. But the background to the story is not quite as many will imagine
Stefano Domenicali has reportedly resigned at Ferrari team boss with an official announcement coming late Monday…
Stefano Domenicali has paid the price for Ferrari’s poor form, saying he takes “responsibility – as I always have” and has therefore resigned…
Stefano Domenicali has resigned as team principal of Ferrari in the wake of the disappointing start to the team’s 2014 season. He will be replaced by high flying Ferrari road car executive Marco Mattiacci, who will be in China next … Continue reading →
Stefano Domenicali has stepped down as team principal of the Ferrari Formula 1 team.
Mario Andretti says Mercedes are right to let their drivers race and that Ferrari risk losing Fernando Alonso unless they up the pace…
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo promises that difficult decisions will be taken if it aids the team’s return to the top of the F1 tree.
Gene Haas has now been formally granted a future F1 entry by the FIA, following confirmaton by Bernie Ecclestone last weekend that the American had been successful in his bid. Haas is set to forge a partnership with Ferrari. The … Continue reading →
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Maranello, 11 April — President Luca di Montezemolo with mayor Lucia Bursi opened the new Museo Ferrari building. In the museum has started the ‘California Dreaming’ exhibition, celebrating 60 years of Ferrari presence in the USA and the Ferrari California, from the first edition to the T unveiled this year in Geneva. A lot of unique cars are shown, from the 375 driven by Alberto Ascari at the 1952 Indianapolis 500 to the cars used in many Hollywood movies.
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Sydney, 11 April – The highlights from Friday at the Sydney’s Ferrari Racing Days. On the track the owners for the Corso Piloti Around the World but also the cars from XX Programmes, Formula 1 Clienti and the 458 Evo of the Ferrari Challenge APAC that are getting ready for round 2 of the championship.
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For this 3rd stage, which saw the cars participating in the Tour Auto drive from Mulhouse to Aix les Bains, our Ferrari dealership Charles Pozzi gave us the chance to experience being on board a legendary classic racing Ferrari, a 1977 Group IV Ferrari 308 GTB. Enjoy the sights and sounds!
Marussia finished 10th in the Constructors’ World Championship last year and hoped that this year a new Ferrari engine would help to lift its performance into the midfield. There have been flashes of potential but thus far it has not proved to be the case and after the first three races of the year, Marussia […]
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Professor Romano Prodi gave a lecture to Ferrari’s management late yesterday afternoon in Maranello as part of the company’s continuing education policy. In the course of his address, Professor Prodi provided a broad-ranging yet detailed overview of the economic scenarios in several nations to provide an insight into how growth may evolve over the coming months. Nell’ambito delle iniziative legate alla formazione continua per il management della Ferrari ieri nel tardo pomeriggio si è svolta Maranello una lezione del professor Romano Prodi che ha tratteggiato un quadro ampio e dettagliato sugli scenari economici nei diversi Paesi del mondo dando una visione sulle possibili evoluzioni di crescita per i prossimi mesi.
Kimi Raikkonen admitted that Ferrari are well aware that they need to close the gap to this season’s front-runners because they are “not stupid”…
Lewis Hamilton ended the first in-season test of the season almost 1.5 seconds clear of his rivals as Ferrari were forced to call an early halt to their final day with a damaged chassis. Mercedes spent the day tyre testing for Pirelli and Hamilton’s best time came in the morning session when he posted a lap of 1:36.164. That was good enough to stand for the rest of the day, with Toro Rosso’s Jean-Eric Vergne second with a lap of 1:35.557
Lewis Hamilton was fastest by almost two seconds on the final day of in-season testing in Bahrain as Ferrari left early
Ferrari’s attempts to improve their form suffer a setback as they abandon running early at this week’s Bahrain test.
“I felt a relief among his family, a great happiness at how things were developing. That is brilliant – even if the road back is still a long one”
Kimi Raikkonen says Ferrari is “not stupid” and knows what it needs to do to close the gap to the frontrunners in Formula 1 this season
Lewis Hamilton was fastest by over three seconds on the second morning of in-season testing in Bahrain as Ferrari, Red Bull and Lotus all hit trouble
Ferrari has suspended its testing in Bahrain after just 12 laps on Wednesday due to concerns over a damaged chassis following Kimi Raikkonen’s race weekend
Fernando Alonso is adamant Ferrari are “united” after Luca di Montezemolo met with the Spaniard to speak about the team’s struggles…
BBC Sport F1 analyst Allan McNish looks at why Williams and Ferrari are struggling to fulfil their potential after three races
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Pirelli celebrated a record number of homologations for the P Zero tyre in Geneva and the Cinturato P7 also hit the headlines. Ferrari California T, Lamborghini Huracan and McLaren 650: each car with a Pirelli tyre best suited to its unique characteristics and performance.
Mercedes F1 bosses Niki Lauda and Paddy Lowe were both delighted that the exciting Bahrain GP went some way to silence critics of the 2014 rules. Bernie Ecclestone and Ferrari chief Luca Di Montezomolo had both been vocal about the … Continue reading →
Fernando Alonso does not think the Ferrari Formula 1 team will be in such bad shape in forthcoming grands prix as upcoming track layouts will suit the F14 T better.
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo held a meeting with his driver Fernando Alonso ahead of the Bahrain Grand Prix to discuss the team’s struggles this season
Fernando Alonso has called on Ferrari to work ‘day and night’ in an attempt to fire the ailing marque back to the front of the grid.
Bahrain International Circuit showed marque’s weaknesses Ferrari’s focus will be on the aero packageFernando Alonso has called on Ferrari to work "day and night" …
Fernando Alonso is refusing to write off Ferrari’s chances of winning this year’s titles despite being trounced by Mercedes…
Mercedes executive director (technical) Paddy Lowe says Ferrari’s suggestions to tweak Formula One’s regulations were ill-conceived
Fernando Alonso has called on Ferrari to work “day and night” in an attempt to fire the ailing marque back to the front of the grid.
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What better setting than the Grand Palais in Paris for the California T, Ferrari’s latest creation, to make its debut on French soil? The new Grand Tourer from Maranello was a magnet for the over 200 journalists who attended the premiere this afternoon on the opening day of the Tour Auto Optic 2000 rally. Quel meilleur endroit que le Grand Palais à Paris pour les débuts sur le territoire français de la California T, la dernière-née des Ferrari?
Luca di Montezemolo reportedly left the Bahrain circuit early on Sunday night after saying Ferrari’s performance was “very painful”…
While many fans might be wondering why Bernie Ecclestone and Ferrari’s Luca di Montezemolo so harshly criticised the new Formula One over the weekend and demanded changes to spice things up, McLaren’s executive chairman, Ron Dennis, sprang to its defence after the most exciting race of the new era, in which Lewis Hamilton narrowly beat his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg in Bahrain.
Fernando Alonso insists that Ferrari did a “perfect job” in Bahrain with the car it currently has – but he acknowledges that the team is not performing at a high enough level. Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen could manage only ninth … Continue reading →
While many fans might be wondering why Bernie Ecclestone and Ferrari’s Luca di Montezemolo so harshly criticised the new Formula One over the weekend and demanded changes to spice things up, McLaren’s executive chairman, Ron Dennis, sprang to its defence after the most exciting race of the new era, in which Lewis Hamilton narrowly beat his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg in Bahrain.
Almost 100 days after the F1 legend sustained severe head injuries in a skiing accident, his manager claimed the seven-time champion was “making progress”
Kimi Raikkonen says such is Ferrari’s lack of speed that he felt as if he was in a a “different class” to his rivals in Bahrain…
Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso has praised the job done by Mercedes in the first three races of the 2014 Formula 1 season, describing the team as “fantastic”.
Fernando Alonso admits Ferrari’s lack of competitiveness is “not good” after the team’s performance in Bahrain.
Luca di Montezemolo insists his criticism of modern day F1 has “nothing to do” with Mercedes’ dominate position…
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo left the circuit with 12 laps of the Bahrain Grand Prix still to go, missing the final sprint finish after the safety car, but having taken in enough to know that his team is once again in trouble. The new hybrid turbo era has not dawned well for Ferrari, with Montezemolo forced to admit that, “To see this Ferrari is painful.” Earlier the president had called F1 “Formula Boredom” and complained that the fuel regulations were incomprehensible and made for dull racing, where the drivers were forced to trundle around like taxi drivers. Few would ;More…
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Scheltema batte Bianchi e Kinch. L’olandese lotta con Prinoth che poi si ritira Subscribe ferrariworld: Follow us on Facebook and Twitter Ferrari Since 1947
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Scheltema beats Bianchi and Kinch. The Dutch fight with Prinoth, later retired Subscribe ferrariworld: Follow us on Facebook and Twitter Ferrari Since 1947