A day of sunshine welcomed the final day of the Ferrari Challenge Asia-Pacific 4th round race at Inje Speedium in Gangwon Province, Korea on July 20th. Hundreds of Ferrari fans, owners and their families were thrilled by the on-track activities. Excitement, spectacle and thrills were abundant during the second day of the race where the drivers fought fiercely for victory under the hot sun.
Ferrari Challenge Asia-Pacific fourth round race which is the world’s best class one-make race has started at Inje Speedium in Gangwon Province, Korea. On the first day of the race, the Ferrari APAC Challenge was led by Philippe Prette in the Pirelli classification, who took the chequered flag in Race 1 of Trofeo Pirelli, finishing with an impressive racing time of 28:18.067. Prette has been a dominant force, leading every lap from start to finish.
This was the final day of the fourth round of the Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli Europe, at Portimao circuit. Winner of Race 2 in the Pro category was Philipp Baron (Octane 126) while Florian Merckx (Kessel Racing) won the Am class.
A lap on board of Portimao circuit the 458 Challenge Evo with Alexis De Bernardi. Un giro del circuito di Portimao a bordo della 458 Challenge Evo insieme ad Alexis De Bernardi.
A lap on board of Inje circuit the 458 Challenge Evo with Jung Hoon Youn. Un giro del circuito di Inje a bordo della 458 Challenge Evo insieme a Jung Hoon Youn. Subscribe ferrariworld: Follow us on Facebook and Twitter Ferrari Since 1947
On the circuit in Portugal’s Algarve, the first of two races of the fourth round of the Ferrari Challenge Europe took place today, as the final round before the summer break. Sul circuito portoghese dell’Algarve è andata in scena la prima delle due gare della quarta prova stagionale del Ferrari Challenge Europa, l’ultimo appuntamento in calendario prima della pausa estiva. Subscribe ferrariworld: Follow us on Facebook and Twitter Ferrari Since 1947
Sunday’s Grand Prix at Hockenheim provided some thrilling racing, notably the wheel-to-wheel battles between Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso and the Red Bulls of Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo. Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton, however, arguably provided the most entertainment, scything his way through the field to third, to stay in title contention with race winner, team mate and championship leader Nico Rosberg
Rosberg vola, Hamilton semina ma non raccoglie Il GP di Germania ha confermato la forza Mercedes, con Nico lanciatissimo e un Lewis che dà spettacolo ma ottiene meno. Cresce la Williams con Bottas. Al Cavallino c’è il solito leone Alonso e un Raikkonen che appare dimesso: 19 punti in 10 GP non sono giustificabili
Renault-powered Infiniti Red Bull Racing finished the German Grand Prix in fourth and sixth positions following a thrilling race at the Hockenheimring. Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo battled the entire race with both Ferraris and the Mercedes of Lewis Hamilton to secure two top six positions and a valuable 20 points. The score consolidates the team’s second position in the constructors’ championship.
Williams’ dazzling run of form continued in Germany with Valtteri Bottas notching his third successive podium finish. The Finn’s second place lifted the Grove-based squad above Ferrari in the constructors’ standings, but as deputy team principal Claire Williams explains in this exclusive interview, Williams have already got their eye on catching second-placed Red Bull
Nico Rosberg was the fastest man around Hockenheim in sizzling conditions on Saturday morning, going over half a second faster than Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton. Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso was ‘best of the rest’, just four thousandths of a second behind Hamilton, followed by the Williams duo of Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas, but it was a session that raised more questions than answers
Yesterday was a very special day in Maranello as one of the great Ferrari collectors, John Hunt, arrived to take delivery of his new LaFerrari in style, having driven all the way from London to Modena with his two children and a group of friends in a GTO, an F40, an F50 and an Enzo, cars that tell the entire story of the Prancing Horse’s passion for limited edition special series cars. E’ stata una giornata speciale quella vissuta ieri a Maranello, grazie a John Hunt, grande appassionato di Ferrari, che per ritirare la sua nuova LaFerrari ha viaggiato da Londra a Modena con i suoi due figli e alcuni amici a bordo di una GTO, una F40, una F50 e una Enzo, ovvero l’intera storia delle serie limitate speciali del Cavallino Rampante. Subscribe ferrariworld: Follow us on Facebook and Twitter Ferrari Since 1947
World championship leader and crowd favourite Nico Rosberg led team mate Lewis Hamilton in a Mercedes one-two as the action got underway at Hockenheim on Friday morning. The well-matched Silver Arrows duo were separated by just 0.065s, with Fernando Alonso a further 0.227s back for Ferrari. Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo and McLaren’s Jenson Button completed the top five
Drivers – Nico Hulkenberg (Force India), Kevin Magnussen (McLaren), Kimi Raikkonen (Ferrari), Nico Rosberg (Mercedes), Adrian Sutil (Sauber), Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull) Q: Nico Hulkenberg, points in every race so far this season – only you and [Fernando] Alonso have managed that so far. How positive is that for you?
“It hurt, but sometimes it’s the really slow accidents when you can get badly hurt. The Silverstone crash was just unfortunate, it was nothing serious and just part of this sport.” With these words Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen returned to F1 action in Hockenheim today, after the 47g impact he suffered when he crashed at the […]
Forza Motors Korea (FMK) presented the new Ferrari California T in July at Beyond Museum in Gangnam area of Seoul, Korea. The event was attended by over 400 guests including Ferrari owners, celebrities, media and opinion leaders who had the opportunity to see the new star of Ferrari for the first time in Korea. Giuseppe Cattaneo, Ferrari Far East Managing Director, made a presentation and Jeff Yeon, a famous actor as well as a Ferrari Challenge driver, hosted the event.
Kimi Raikkonen is confident he can get on top of his current struggles and turn his 2014 campaign with Ferrari around. The Finn has not finished higher than seventh in the opening nine races of the season, and is yet to beat team mate Fernando Alonso. While the Spaniard sits fourth in the championship, on 87 points, Raikkonen is 12th overall, 68 points in arrears
Williams is confident it can take the battle to Red Bull and Ferrari over the rest of the season as it vies for second place in the constructors’ championship
Did you know that none of the Germans in the 2014 field have won at Hockenheim, while Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso has triumphed there three times, including the last two occasions Formula One visited the German circuit? Ahead of this weekend’s Formula 1 Grosser Preis Santander von Deutschland 2014 we present all the need-to-know facts, stats and trivia