F1 » Ferrari 'can get the job done'

Ferrari designer Nikolas Tombazis believes that the Scuderia's recent gains in performance can make it a genuine title contender.

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June 20, 2012 12:52 PM

there was more to the interview than what is reported here. apparently ferrari are already working on the 2013 car and even on the 2014 car (new rules). but thee again, you will probably find that some of the other teams may be doing the same?

trolls go home - Unregistered

June 20, 2012 1:15 PM

Rob, do you really believe that, or are you just a troll?

Sometimes this forum is like reading an article in the Sun, whilst drunk, and with my mates giving some professional input.

Although, admittedly this article wasn't exactly the most interesting piece of journalism... taking an interview, from another website, that was uploaded by a manufacturers press department.


June 20, 2012 1:32 PM

rob. i think that it was the end of last season that ferrari said they were creating an unbeatable structure. but i would never have expected the production of a car overnight. in fact this years car had probably been signed off at that time. however, this structure that you lambast, has shown signs of being able to turn around a dog of a car, into one of the best. and it is working at a far greater pace than anyone else.
no overnight success. but it is working! if by some chance, ferdi wins wdc or ferrari the wcc, will you then accept that they did create an "unbeatable structure"? i wait with baited breath.

jose - Unregistered

June 20, 2012 2:08 PM

"unbeatable structure"
A fantasy it is ..a grand illusion.
Like 'Disney Land'. Hold fast Richard, Methinks you maybe
hanging around with Taipan a bit too much.

Badman, Jose

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