F1 » Brundle: New Ferrari 'looks a handful'


Martin Brundle says he thinks Ferrari has work to do on its F2012 before the F1 season gets underway

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kiwibob

March 02, 2012 6:41 PM

My opinion is we have not seen the out right speed of serveral cars yet as in Ferrari or the mercedes either and red bull will also have a bit more also kimi with the lotus will be in the hunt as well

richard

March 02, 2012 6:53 PM

cali. flo viz is used by ALL teams! and if you hadnt noticed, ferrari hae changed their exhaust system, so airflow has altered. best way to see what happens id flo viz!

bzzt. no team can be top dog for years. ferrari have been close to top for last few years. that isnt too bad! if they were dominating, i presume that you would also be complaining?

blah - Unregistered

March 02, 2012 7:22 PM

Come Melbourne FERRARI will be fighting for the race win regardless of what these most objecyive well wishers are saying.
Posted by 107SS2009 (59 minutes ago)
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In F1, 5th place is looooong way from 1st place. Just look at amount of wins Mercedes has..
(Assuming Mclaren/RBR are the top 4)

racy - Unregistered

March 02, 2012 9:28 PM

The red guys have been slow off the blocks since Shooy and Kimi left. Hopefully for them and their fans it will not take half a season to become competitive. Would love to see 5 or 6 teams racing for wins every time, wether its Ferrari,Mcl,RB,F India, lotus,Williams whatever. This sport needs more up-front racing instead of mid pac battels. Am just hopeing for a good year with no run away champs.

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