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Luca di Montezemolo says Ferrari needs to take a winning car to Austin to keep Fernando Alonso in title contention

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MM - Unregistered

November 05, 2012 5:53 PM

Luca sweetie, I've always wanted a pink elephant, you want a winning car this season, I've still haven't given up on the elephant.

You want a winning car, then stop hiring Italian university graduates, any country that average 8 years to obtain an undergraduate degree is not a mecca for the sharpest minds.

By all means hire Italians, you will find plenty of them in the top universities of the USA & UK.

JosephG - Unregistered

November 05, 2012 6:22 PM

Domencali is always saying we are coming with new uptodate we have found the flaws in our wind tunnel,i see no inprovment in ferrari.the only one doing his jobb is Alonsoooooo... while Domenicali and his Engineers what they do is talking no Engineering.the lion is fighting but i feel sory for him because it is already lost.it is time for Demonicali to resign.

Hypnoid - Unregistered

November 05, 2012 6:57 PM

Seb he drove a good race last Sunday but how lucky was he with the 2 safety cars phew ..
Posted by sennaforever
as far as i have seen...luck mostly favours the strong one's.
i heard somewhere they say " blame is a very good thing..you put blame for your shortcomings to someone else and you dont have to carry that sh!t on your chest and you can have a good night sleep"

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