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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Boss B - Unregistered

November 18, 2010 7:14 AM

The potiticians has no right to make those comments, yet he is right in saying they lost a championship that was already won. Alonso could have simply followed Vettel, Hamilton and Button to the finish line and been champion.

Even Ecclestone told Christian Horner that Ferrari gave red bull a gift.

whither Massa? - Unregistered

November 18, 2010 7:23 AM

Sooo many permutations to a championship. Massa was a waste of space and didn't take any points off the other 4 contenders when it mattered. I wonder whether his days are numbered at Red. If he drives like that again next year, they can FORGET the Constructors title from day 1.

Calvin _

November 18, 2010 12:05 PM

Let's not forget that FM was coming back from a near death experience, when all he needed was what the team did to him in Germany to destroy what confidence he was gaining.

Ferrari are a team always saying that they give their drivers equal status and then go right ahead and do the opposite.

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