F1 » White-out cancels Ferrari 'live' launch


Heavy snow at Maranello has caused Ferrari to rethink plans to unveil its 2012 F1 contender.

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chris - Unregistered

February 02, 2012 9:42 AM

dang!..now other rivals wont be able to copy or see their so-call 1st generation up-graded from conversative car design..mclaren design is about the same as 2011 car..with minor changes here and there and a bit of rebull designs on the cockpit area and rear covers..COPYCATS! that is....and its the speed and quickness of the car that is hindering them..

chris - Unregistered

February 02, 2012 10:39 AM

@Elijah..yep u r right!..and rebull car goin online instead of unveiling it like mclaren..i think ferrari will step way up on their game but still.. their race planning and streghty is still suck and conservative...let see how thet flared up this season..every mook is eager to see what their car looks like..and wat changes they made..but its the rebulls the teams are looking to beat but they havent even thought of kimi in renault..it may even slide in between mclaren and rebull..

elijah

February 02, 2012 1:55 PM
Last Edited 937 days ago

@chris
I agree, and even though the BBC blackout means I can't see all the races live there is a great deal of interest in what Kimi Raikkonen can do this season.
I expect much better from him than Heidfeld who in hindsight did remarkably well in the exhaust hindered Renault. However, with that innovative mistake behind them Lotus may go overly conservative or maybe they've learnt what not to do so they will produce a classic.

Its ironic the Iceman was the last person to win the championship for Ferrari and today the ice is the great upsetter at Maranello.

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