F1 » Ferrari confirms ‘early February’ launch

Ferrari reveals that it will launch its 2013 F1 challenger in 'early February' ahead of Jerez test

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oldtimer - Unregistered

January 09, 2013 12:08 PM

Obviously no shortage of money at Maranello, together with McClaren and Redbull they have so much more in the way of resources that they are in a totally different league. F1 will never be a truly competitive sport until this state of affairs is addressed. As things stand F1 is effectivly a two class sport with the haves and the havenots and no amount of fiddling with the rules will change that. I'm sure there is an answer to the problem but the FIA does not have the clout to overcome the huge vested interests and egos of these three teams.


January 09, 2013 12:45 PM

blzbub. hardly relevant. massa was driving cars with test pieces for ferdi, and moved over a number of times for him. also dont forget that he suffered a lot at the hands of an errant lulu in 2011.


January 09, 2013 12:57 PM
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hmmm..i don't recall Lewis receiving any penalties for this suffering. But I do recall Massa receiving one. Or was it the 08 suffering you are thinking of. That would be Lewis's fault.

respect - Unregistered

January 09, 2013 1:12 PM

I dont recall lulu ever driving an F1 car in 2011, its been a while since she performed, but I dont ever recall her in an F1 car, but maybe I am too young to recall.

Anyhow get some respect for people by calling them by their correct names, not your pet name because you really love them. I think its quite childish and this topic is actually about Ferrari.....

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