F1 » Ferrari stops development, switches focus to F1 2012


After Fernando Alonso conceded defeat post-Monza in the pursuit of the F1 2011 crown, Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali has confirmed that the Scuderia has 'stopped development' on its F150° Italia

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Australia - Unregistered

September 15, 2011 11:04 AM

Red Bull was by far the best car.
Vettel is not the best driver.

Do you remember Button and the Brown, they won so many races.
We shall see where Sebastian really is when the other top cars will abolish the gap with Red Bull.
Vettel is a very fast driver, but i like to see when he is not the hare and has to fight for the lead , how good he is really.

Tealeaf - Unregistered

September 15, 2011 11:27 AM

Shut up Australia don't be bitter because your drivers Sham and Webber are failing miserably, Vettel is the best driver and getting better, look at Webber's position in the championship, he's not half the driver Seb is when Seb's on form so it's not all down to the car cause without Seb Redbull wouldn't have challenged Brawn in 2009, wouldn't have wrestled the championship from Ferrari in 2010 and looks shaky whether they could win this year, but it's Seb's talent that shines through, yeah you watch this guy stands out even with a slower car than his rivals.
Then you go on about Adrian Newey, well after he left Williams in 1997 til he paired up with Seb in 2009, in 12 seasons without Seb Newey's car won just 1 constructir's title out 12 and 2 drivers titles, not dominant by any stretch of imagination.

Wade - Unregistered

September 15, 2011 11:49 AM

I'm sure Alonso will go well in Singapore. I mean, he hasn't not been on the podium there. 3 races run there, 2 won by him, and the other he was third place. I think he likes it there. He got on the podium with a REALLY bad Renault in '09. And the first time had a little help as well.

richard

September 15, 2011 12:17 PM

tealeaf. agreed. but australias analogy is weird. he refers to button and brown (sic). well button only won the wdc because he had the best car at the start of the season, courtesy of ddd and fia. when the others caught up, he was basically nowhere.
as for the bulls, it is no longer the best car, as ferrari and mclaren are now pretty equal with the bulls, yet seb still manages to win, whereas webber cannot. so presumably that proves that seb is a much better driver than mark.

Ben M - Unregistered

September 15, 2011 12:20 PM

Got to agree with Richard, when Brawn were winning everything Barrichello managed to keep up with Button a lot of the time and even won a few races. Webber has only beaten Vettel in one race this year (Germany). With every race that passes, Vettel is proving himself as a real racer and a changed man from the "crash kid" of the last few seasons.

Ruben - Unregistered

September 15, 2011 12:25 PM

If I were Ferrari I would use the last couple of races to try to solve the hard tyre issues.
Find what's causing it and make sure it doesn't get build in the 2012 car.

Australia - Unregistered

September 15, 2011 1:03 PM

My dear TEALEAF

You have just answered my question by saying that Webber is not half the driver Vettel is, and i agree with you.
But you statement proves my point, and that is the a mediocre Webber in a Red Bull is challanging foe 2nd in the world title race, and he did the same last year.
Webber before he went to RedBull was a nobody and he is 35 y.o., he went to Redbull and he is mixing it with the best.
Your statement , dear TEALEAF just prove my point that almost everybody would do well on a RedBull,and Seb is good but not the best.
What do you people think ?

Roberto - Unregistered

September 15, 2011 1:11 PM

Something doesnt seem right about Webber, buts its true... why would RBr give him an extended contract? he is a perfect number 2!!! he is not a threat to Vettel

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