F1 » Shakedown cancelled again, as concerns surround new Ferrari.

Ferrari's senior technical staff discuss the design of the new F10, while rumours suggest that a B-spec car could already be in the offing.

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Groagun - Unregistered

January 29, 2010 4:50 PM

The Italian press, as well as every other fan in the world love to read too much into stuff like this. While there may be trouble afoot, I think the only real problems will occur with the tyres. It's mad to have a season start and new cars be intro'd without the benefit of known tyres and any testing.


January 29, 2010 7:13 PM

Ferrari says ...We also worked to speed up the change of tyres. In the last few years, the refuelling limited us, but this year this is different, so we worked, regarding the pit-stop, on the change of tyres.” OH NO They are going to use lights to tell the driver to leave. Do they ever learn?

andrew mac

January 29, 2010 11:07 PM

The lights system is an excellent idea. How many mistakes have there been with lollipop men compared to the lights? Lots!

The FIA should really look into developing a standard pit stop light system to reduce human error.

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