You know you’re in the dog-house at Ferrari, when rather than sunning yourself on a tropical beach (like most F1 drivers are during the…
After a dominant lights to flag victory in yesterday’s Chinese GP, Fernando Alonso confirmed his focus is now on securing his fourth F1 drivers…
If ever a car and driver were made for each other, then Ferrari’s new hyper car LaFerrari, and it’s two-time F1 world champion must…
Ferrari revealed their new Formula One car in Maranello this morning, in the presence of Luca Montezemolo, Fiat chairman John Elkann and Fiat and…
There was an interesting post made on Ferrari’s magazine blog this afternoon entitled, ‘History dictates that growth will come’. In the piece Antonio Ghini, Ferrari’s former Brand and Communications Director provides his response to the question ‘What point on the performance curve are the 2013 single-seaters?’
Fiat’s 500 Abarth arrived in North American showrooms in the spring, and will soon be joined by the Abarth Cabrio which makes its debut at the 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show later this month.
Ferrari are in the midst of launching the new F12berlinetta this week, stretching the legs of its newest prancing horse in the hills above Maranello where the car was originally developed.
According to Spanish website mundodeportivo.com, Red Bull driver Mark Webber will be joining Fernando Alonso at Scuderia Ferrari in 2013, replacing Felipe Massa who has struggled to regain form since his accident at the 2009 Hungarian grand prix.
Double world champion and Lotus Brand Ambassador Emerson Fittipaldi was interviewed by Group Lotus following last weekend’s Malaysian GP. In the interview he shares his thoughts on Kimi Raikkonen’s return to Formula One, and takes a look at the performances of Romain Grosjean, Michael Schumacher and Sergio Perez.
Fernando Alonso delivered a winning performance in the Malaysian Grand Prix last weekend, and despite both Alonso and Team Principal Stefano Domenicali saying “there’s still plenty of work to do”, Ferrari President Luca di Montezemolo was keen to mark the occasion with a gift.
Ferrari has chosen a very business-like name for their new premium class single seater – F2012, which might be taken as a sign of the team’s single-minded approach as they enter this new Formula One season.
With Fiorano circuit covered under a thick blanket of snow, the launch plans for Scuderia Ferrari’s 2012 F1 car have been forced to move indoors, but is still scheduled for tomorrow at 10:00 CET.