F1 » Domenicali against Ralf, Piquet, Briatore F1 return

Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali is pulling few punches as 2010 gets into gear, arguing that Ralf Schumacher, Nelsinho Piquet and Flavio Briatore should not be permitted to return to F1

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b hiam - Unregistered

January 04, 2010 1:31 PM

So, Piquet should not be allowed back "after what he did"...but Alonso is back and with Ferrari!! I don't think anyone really believes one member of Renault didn't know what was planned -- and Alonso got the reward from it. Domenicali is showing typical Fezza bias.

jlow - Unregistered

January 04, 2010 1:42 PM

“I prefer to look to the future and find new talent,” he told Italian newspaper La Stampa, when asked about Schumacher Jnr. “F1 should not reduce itself to a world of nostalgia.

But he welcomes back Michael who is older?

Poor old Ralph mixed in with Piquet and Briatore seems a bit unfair.

If Ferrari don't perform next year he might be with Ralph at DTM.

tiport - Unregistered

January 04, 2010 1:48 PM

Italians are so kind,
It was Alonso that had the Ferrari data on his computer while at Maclaren, but that must translate now to reading up for the future when he was to become a Ferrari driver.

As for Ralph, he may not have been the best, but surely doesn't deserve to go in the pot with Piquet and Briatore.

jonah - Unregistered

January 04, 2010 2:24 PM

“My role requires me to remain rational,” Domenicali reasoned.

Best joke I've heard today, we are talking Ferrari here aren't we.

If they haven't near killed each other and made up four times in the same day it would be boring.

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