The countdown to the launch of Ferrari’s new 2012 F1 car on February 3rd has begun and as with last year, you can watch the broadcast live from Maranello on a specially developed Scuderia Ferrari launch site.
If you were watching the Italian GP from Monza last weekend, then you may have seen Jay Kay from Jamiroquai on the grid or perhaps listened to him at the ‘F1 Rocks in Monza’ concert on Friday which saw the British Funk band enthral a 7,000 strong audience.
Ferrari hosted a special premiere for the new FF this evening in front of a worldwide audience. The event was hosted by Ferrari’s CEO Amedeo Felisa and Chairman Luca di Montezemolo, who were joined on stage by Ferrari’s F1 drivers, Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa, Piero Ferrari – son of the company’s founder Enzo, Ferrari’s Chief Test Driver Dario Benuzzi and the FF’s road-car development driver, Raffaele De Simone.
The digital race facts from Mercedes Petronas GP that we published for the Japanese GP proved so popular, that I thought I’d share the team’s preview document for the new Yeongam circuit in Korea as we get ready for this weekend’s grand prix.
You’re probably already aware that Yeongam is another new Hermann Tilke designed circuit and that up until a fortnight ago we weren’t 100% sure if the inaugural Korean grand prix was still on – such were the concerns that the circuit would not be ready in time.
This year’s Formula One world championship is the closest in recent memory, and it’s a fight to the wire between Red Bull Racing’s duo of Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber, Scuderia Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso and the McLaren pairing of Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton.
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Fernando shows his taste in sports cars with a stylish new Maserati GranCabrio.
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