F1 » Ferrari focus on set-up work over speed


Ferrari were quick to stress that their drivers Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa were concentrating on set-up work, aerodynamics and tyre wear on Friday rather than raw pace.

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Buck - Unregistered

March 24, 2012 1:59 AM


It's hard to believe Ferrari have built such a succession of dog cars! Especially since they started this slug so early last season.

Mind you, I think we were a bit spoiled by the Ferrari MS era.. Ferrari sucked for decades before that.

So I guess this is normal for them.

R 25 - Unregistered

March 27, 2012 6:38 PM

Ferrari are doing well for a small money team, their business is cars and they sell/MARKET their business in F1. Buy small money team I mean the budget is only from the sale of specialist cars wich aren't a main stream comodity.Even for example Mercedes makes more 'main stream cars to get financial support from their budget, They even cator for the comercial sector, so its no major risk to get an F1 team going, I mean the team at the moment really got going at the drop of a hat. It was just a descistion to be made and no budget concerns. That I feel has got a lot to do with the performance of the different teams compared to Ferrari.

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