F1 » Ferrari reveal plans for 2013 car launch


Ferrari has announced its plans for the unveiling of its F2013 challenger for the upcoming new F1 season, as well as breaking ground on new facilities at Maranello.

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chris - Unregistered

January 11, 2013 1:17 AM

so wat if they unveil their car...but?!!..can they beat RBull 9 and mclaren team?!....so far they do little updateds to their aero parts-package....Rbull has major major major!..updates every races and they have speed advanatge!....ferrari has to take their game a higher level then rbulls!....if they want to win!...

rob01

January 15, 2013 2:46 AM

They have upgraded their aero department with the addition of two very good people. In addition they are now using the Toyota wind tunnel. The regs on the front wing test have been further tightened. This will be Ferrari's best chance to Finally get it right. The Bulls ears are pinned back as far as the FIA can get them.

blublz

January 15, 2013 12:21 PM

At the 2010 season opener, Massa qualified on the front row and Alonso on row 2. 2011 season opener saw Alonso qualify fifth, one and a half seconds off pole, the season was blighted by tyre warm up issues in qualifying. 2012 season opener saw both cars fail to advance out of q2 with unrestricted drs use.

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