F1 » Still 'lots to do' on F138, worries Pat Fry


Ferrari's technical director Pat Fry admitted his team started development of the F138 late and is still behind on the aero front - and he won't be happy until they have the fastest car.

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Enxeeeeeeee - Unregistered

February 02, 2013 1:43 PM

The more Pat worries the better I feel. Lewis will be 2013 drivers champion( my heart tells me but my head says it will be vettel again. Mclaren will have a fast car but just like last year there will be too many mistakes

Max Power - Unregistered

February 03, 2013 2:07 AM

It is completely normal for a great team like Ferrari to be a little worried before the start of the new season. It shows that they won't rest until everything is perfect. It's wise to be cautious and not scream "that's the best car we've ever made!" like a certain mclaren driver did a few days ago lol. I have all the faith in Ferrari and I'm sure they will do great this season. *fingers crossed*

Michael Fornarina - Unregistered

February 03, 2013 9:40 AM

'Worries' Pay Fry? I read this interview on the Ferrari website and got the impression that Pat Fry was anything but 'worried' schedule of upgrades after first test and again before 3rd test - F138 car scheduled to be ready for the first race.. Ohh.. and Alonso is sitting out the first test to concentrate on his own fitness -- as Ferrari tries to take advantage of De La Rosa's vast testing experience -- I'm calling Ferrari wins both WDC and WCC.

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