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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Mark _

January 16, 2011 6:07 PM

He is correct about budget caps. The best way to control spending is through well thought ourt technical regulations. All this kers and new adjustible wings just encourage the spending race.

Marybeth - Unregistered

January 16, 2011 6:52 PM

Alan D, So then, MS got his revenge on both Ferrari and Kimi by using his position as their multi-million dollar paid consultant by telling Ferrari to build their teams around Massa. This made Kimi Ferrari's 2nd driver and effectively ended his career and brought Ferrari to its knees by the end of 2009. And MS sat back smiling?

FERRARI FOREVER - Unregistered

January 16, 2011 7:42 PM

This blog is definetely an anti-Ferrari one. I've only
pity for it.There're no words for such a bunch, but
this after all is England, champions of the world on
Cheating & vicious behaviour. Sportmanship is not a
term for this island. Adios javascript:insertTextCursor('comment',%20':-o')


January 16, 2011 9:00 PM

FF......Examples please.
Cricket, no thats Pakistan, (ball tampering, "no ball" bowling cheats) Football, no thats Argentina (hand of God) or Portugal, Ronaldos wink. Motor racing, no thats France, Minis @ Monte Carlo, Lotus wheelnuts @ Le Mans, Renault with Piquet.
I will concede yachting, but Donald Crowhurst died when he cheated.
Oh, bye the way FF it cant be so bad in England because plenty of people want to come and live here!!

Tin hat on, waiting for incoming!!

50 Cent - Unregistered

January 16, 2011 9:07 PM

Yes, I do agree with the previous poster, but what is fair is fair. With comments like that - Luca di deserves a bit of critique. Then, again Luca di should realize that Ferrari might not be on the top of the list for Vettel. After all, if RB keeps all the players and they keep on winning, and Ferrari does not, why switch. Under that scenario I can only see the "switch" after Vettel wins few more WDC and has nothing more to prove with an exception to show that he is the highest paid driver on the F1 grid.


January 16, 2011 10:31 PM
Last Edited 1846 days ago

It's amazing that anyone supports Ferrari anymore. Just proves the blind faith of the tifosi.

I guess Ferrari know how to behave - sacrificing one driver for another who has massive bank backing and still winning nothingis the correct way to behave.

Calvin _

January 17, 2011 11:24 AM
Last Edited 1846 days ago

Hmmmmmm. Well thought out technical regulation. Well, that rules out the FIA then. They just come up with rules on the fly to solve a situation that they created in the first place due to their own uselessness. More reaction than forethought.

And yes, pot, kettle and black did spring to mind.

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