F1 » Ferrari: We can't leave any stone unturned

Ferrari's Luca di Montezemolo calls on his troops to give it their all, at every moment, in F1 2010 to put the Scuderia back on top.

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Racehound - Unregistered

March 06, 2010 5:45 PM

Wow!!!!! Very emotive words from LdM! I feel what he is saying and Im a 25 year mclaren fan! But now Fernando is at FERRARI!!!! Like if Senna had gone to Ferrari in 1994 I would have been a Ferrarista since then!!!! Ferrari road cars have always been special, and all the race cars have had style over functionality, but now combined with their drivers in F1 they are going to be hard to beat! :)


March 06, 2010 9:39 PM

they have another driver who if given the support they gave schumacher they will win, but if they use the raikkonen system, where they basically tell massa 'yeah go on felipe you can beat him' they will fail. this was also the same system that mclaren used to throw the title away in 07, only difference being that hamilton is quite a bit better than massa, and alonso unlike raikkonen will fight the team.


March 07, 2010 9:02 AM

He will be a fool indeed, the one who doesn't pay attention to what a man of the calibre of LDM says,
Who can afford to leave any stones unturned when taking part in FI? Just look at the new teams and one can understand him better.

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