F1 » Rory Byrne working on 2014 Ferrari


With the paint barely dry on the F138 - Ferrari's contender for the 2013 F1 world championship - former chief designer Rory Byrne is already looking ahead to next year's car.

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Buck Bundy

February 03, 2013 1:26 PM

Why, Danny Don, is this not news? Yes, every team is beavering away on next year's car, but not every team has a Rory Byrne doing it.

This shows how seriously Ferrari are taking it, dragging him out of retirement. They've been pretty much on the wane since he left.

ssah - Unregistered

February 03, 2013 3:08 PM

@Buck Bundy - He has helped design some cars after he officially retired though, hasn't he? I doubt he will make a difference anyway I can't imagine Ferrari making a fuel efficient V6.

Ptolomy - Unregistered

February 03, 2013 3:46 PM

Oh ****! If Rory Byrne is seriously working on the 2014 car, then when 2014 rolls around we are likely to see the Ferrari drivers at the front in every race.

Angelina - Unregistered

February 03, 2013 3:57 PM

Don't worry Ptolomy. Drivers will still have to drive the cars. They have to train well and shud be young to optimize it.

If Vettel goes to ferrari in 2014, he definitely maximize the car. But it seems that Vettel wins bcoz of Newey rumors will stop in 2014.

Angelina - Unregistered

February 03, 2013 4:19 PM

rob
Have Seb, Horner and Newey decided to sign contracts together? After 2010,it was just horner and newey till 2016 and later Seb signed till 2014 after making sure that horner and newey will be there in that period.

So Seb would be free 2 yrs b4 them. This time r all 3 going to sign till 2017?

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