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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joeh - Unregistered

January 15, 2011 10:18 PM

R U f**king kidding me . As soon as MS left ferrari , i became a Vettel Fan . At least MS was not killed in a scarlet colored car as sooo many other drivers . Ferrari now as in the past has become its own worst enemy . Shut up , build the best car you can and go racing ( and get a few Brits to organize it too! )

Alan D - Unregistered

January 15, 2011 10:37 PM

I'm still hoping someone can explain to me what Red Bull is supposed to have said or done which is considered by LDM to be disrespectful. Has anybody read anything in any other news reports which casts any light on this? If it really is because Helmut Marco said Vettel would be stupid to leave Red Bull and LSM regards that as disrespectful then he really is a very sad little man with an inflated sense of his own and Ferrari's importance.


January 16, 2011 12:29 AM

They could have been disrespectful to Ferrari by using team orders and assuring Red Bull of the titles earlier. Instead they gave hope to Ferrari that they could win the WDC. It was disrespectful to give Red any hope for any title. Red Bull dangled a carrot around and Ferrari couldn't eat it. They were toyed with by the Bulls all year long. But in hind sight Mcl and Red Bull gave Ferrari plenty of items to copy and catch up. The only reason they came back at end of year.

The turkey - Unregistered

January 16, 2011 12:33 AM

I notice some honest & humorous but disrespectful comments about LdM have been removed from this forum. To avoid the need for further censorship, I won't be commenting on this matter.


January 16, 2011 12:55 AM

ok, I'll admit that I think Luca should shut the hell up most of the time but any of the posters that say they wouldn't miss Ferrari or Ferrari should go are just posturing. After all, if you're not a Ferrari fan what do you want to do most? That's right, beat Ferrari.

Marybeth - Unregistered

January 16, 2011 12:59 AM

Red Bull Not Behaving Like Champions, Montezemolo. The sly fox. He said that he wants Vettel. After LdM's last WDC in 2007 he demoted and then fired the 2 prime players, Kimi and Jean Todt. If RB behaves like they did as champions then they will have Vettel in 2 years. :) (I could not resist.)

Alan D - Unregistered

January 16, 2011 1:16 AM

MaryBeth, don't forget that as Schumacher was getting on the podium after the 2006 Italian GP, LDM issued a press release saying that Schumacher would retire at the end of the season and be replaced by Kimi. Some people have said MS hadn't yet decided what he was going to do, was unaware of the press release, and was hurriedly briefed by his assistant on the way to the post race press conference.

Baz82 - Unregistered

January 16, 2011 3:30 AM

HAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! this makes me laugh so much.

hes telling RB to show some respect? i think Ferrari need to show some respect by obeying the rules for once in there lives

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