F1 » Luca di Montezemolo seeks to rally Ferrari


The president of Ferrari Luca di Montezemolo has issued a rallying cry to motivate and inspire the troops at Maranello after a dispiriting weekend for Fernando Alonso in the Japanese GP.

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NomiShah - Unregistered

October 08, 2012 1:54 PM

Sign up Vettel Asap. Santander money can only take you this far.

Tifosi follow Ferrari for being a car manufacturer and heart and soul of F1, and not a driver management team

Rhino

October 08, 2012 3:53 PM

Talk about rude! Is there only 1 person driving for Ferrari now. What about the other guy that came 2nd on Sunday or did you not notice him... I think his name is Felipe Massa.

Bzzzzt - Unregistered

October 08, 2012 6:03 PM

If Felipe hadn't already torpedoed Ferrari's chances in the Constructor's championship (3 years running), then he would probably be getting more respect in the garage.

Yes, yes... Forza Felipe, but a podium or top-5 finish shouldn't be such a shocking achievement when Fernando's up there after almost every race with the same crap car.

And to those claiming inequity between the cars and setups... just as Rubens about fairness in his garage, and he managed just fine.

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