F1 » Ferrari: Red Bull don't know how to behave

Luca di Montezemolo: I see people who won world championships who don't quite know how to behave as champions.

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HondaRacer24 - Unregistered

January 15, 2011 1:18 PM

Ferrari makes a nice automobile and race car, no doubt. On the other hand, the managment at Ferrari isn't worth one lug nut. Luca, you are doing a great job displaying your self worth to the team and to F1. Maybe it's time to start watching the races from your couch.

Alan D - Unregistered

January 15, 2011 2:49 PM

Reading this article, I am at a loss to understand what LDM is complaining about. He seems to be saying they don't know how to behave as champions, but the only thing the article hints at is Marco's comment that Vettel would be stupid to leave Red Bull at the moment.

Also his comments about the Resource Restriction are puzzling. He reiterates that this is why he is opposed to a budget cap, in which case why isn't Ferrari voting against a FOTA investigation of Red Bull? For that matter, what mandate does FOTA have to investigate Red Bull at all? If I was Red Bull and a FOTA accountant turned up, I'd refuse to let him in the factory.


January 15, 2011 3:55 PM

FOTA does have a mandate and also the responsibility to investigate any wrong doings by any of its members.
RBR handed in thier accounts to FOTA as all teams did.
MM made the accusations about RBR so FOTA cannot but investegate these accusations about RBR.

Red Robbo - Rover F1 - Unregistered

January 15, 2011 5:04 PM

Two words SOUR GRAPES.....actually,three more spring to mind POT,KETTLE,BLACK.
Oh dear oh dear this kind of childish sniping doesn't exactly enhance Ferrari's (already tarnished in my humble opinion)image does it?

Paul Temple - Unregistered

January 15, 2011 5:32 PM

I think Ferrari need to take a good long look at there track record first before having a go at anyone else. They are probably the biggest cheats in the sports history(IMHO). They have just had the FIA in their pocket for years. If they get caught doing something, they just say they will leave F1. I wouldn't miss them


January 15, 2011 7:09 PM

paul. could you please list the incidences of when ferrari have been found to be cheating. ok, you dont like them, that is obvious, but they may have bent rules (which is admissible) but i dont know that they have ever been found to be cheating, unlike some others.

Ram - Unregistered

January 15, 2011 7:53 PM

that's rich ,coming from this anti-sport.
ferrari are a legend in their own mind.
His idea of F1 is 3 red cars stumbling over each other to determine the fixed winner of each race.

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