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Ferrari

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Mercedes ready to compromise amid engine di...

Dec 16, 2014No Comments

Mercedes is reportedly ready to compromise amid the engine regulations dispute. Backed by struggling Ferrari and Renault, F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone is so concerned about

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Montezemolo thinks Ferrari was right to hir...

Dec 16, 2014No Comments

Ousted Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has backed the Italian team’s signing of Sebastian Vettel for 2015. Amid the turmoil of Ferrari’s 2014 campaign, long-time

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Todt urges Ferrari to resist making revolut...

Dec 15, 2014No Comments

Jean Todt has urged Ferrari to resist making revolutionary changes after faltering at the start of the new V6 era. Before becoming FIA president, Frenchman

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Pat Fry and Nikolas Tombazis sent on vacati...

Dec 11, 2014No Comments

Pat Fry is the next major Ferrari name set to depart. Amid a tumultuous time for the fabled Maranello marque, 2014 has already seen a

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Ferrari, Renault see ‘loophole’...

Dec 10, 2014No Comments

Mercedes’ F1 engine rivals are targeting a ‘loophole’ in the regulations, according to media reports. Speed Week claims the 2015 season could kick off next

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Bob Bell set to start work at Ferrari

Dec 08, 2014No Comments

Mercedes’ former technical chief Bob Bell looks set to start work at Ferrari in March. That is the claim of Italy’s authoritative La Gazzetta dello

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Newey ‘shook hands’ on 2015 Fer...

Dec 05, 2014No Comments

Adrian Newey agreed a sensational move to Ferrari earlier this year, it has emerged. In June, Red Bull announced that its technical chief – easily

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Haas keeping an eye on Ferrari

Dec 05, 2014No Comments

Gene Haas, F1’s newest team owner, has admitted to keeping a sharp eye on the turmoil at Maranello. This year, after securing a place on