F1 » Ferrari: We've done more for Italy than politicians ever have!


Luca di Montezemolo and Piero Ferrari have responded to Italian MP Roberto Calderoli's call for the former to resign in the wake of Ferrari's F1 2010 title loss by contending that the Scuderia has done 'much more [for Italy] than certain politicians have done'

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George Zaidan

November 17, 2010 7:35 PM

ain't that the truth, politicians world wide do nothing but get fat and line their pockets on the public's dime then strut around pretending that they are somehow better than the public they are entrusted to serve.

tarkus

November 17, 2010 8:51 PM

Which is the difference between a solution and a dissolution?

If you put two politicians inside an acid tank, they dissolve, that's a DISSOLUTION but if you put all of them inside, THIS IS A SOLUTION!!!!

It's a SPORT question, never forget it, Luca!!!

I am off round Silvio's - Unregistered

November 17, 2010 10:49 PM

So, options, a night round at Lucas, dining on his favourite Pasta Funghi whilst sipping Chianti bemoaning that Vitaly Petrov, or an invite to one of Silvio's Bunga Bunga parties with a pool full of teenage models ?


Hmmm, a tough decision, I may need several milliseconds to think about it.

Jonov - Unregistered

November 18, 2010 4:59 AM

"What are the bookies odds on Vitaly Petrov becoming a Ferrari driver any time in the next 100 years?"

Ferrari offered James Hunt a contract in 1979, so it is not unknown for them to do something like that.

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