F1 » Ferrari reshuffles to work on 2013, 2014 projects


Ferrari has reorganised its technical department to cope with the demands of producing its car for the new 2014 regulations alongside next year's challenger.

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MeymacTony - Unregistered

December 22, 2012 9:10 AM

Andrew2k - Ducati will sort themselves out probably - now they are Audi - bit of discipline and focus arriving: Ferrari have missed those since Brawn et al's departure.

Firestorm - Unregistered

December 22, 2012 10:09 AM

Next year, the rules on the aerodynamics will be more or less the same as in 2012, or even a little bit more strickt. Even Adrian Newey admitted that is very difficult to make something new with this regulations. So I guess that next year Ferrari won't be dominating, for sure, but no one else should do it I guess. So I think it will be close on the top. And with five world champions split in the five top teams, it looks very exciting again. I bet that finally Vettel will be defeated but honestly I can't pick the driver which will be crowned champion. Is still to early.

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