F1 » Ferrari aiming 'to be close’ to rivals in Australia


Stefano Domanicali doubts that Ferrari will be the pacesetter at the opening round of the F1 world championship next month.

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Nealio - Unregistered

February 26, 2013 5:40 PM

Counting on your personnel to overcome the car's poor engineering sounds like a poor team strategy to me. Ferrari is one of the richest teams and is using a backmarker's strategy. As we saw last year, even if your drivers are perfect outside influences will blunt their performances. Lets hope Byrne's intervention can overcome Ferrari's design weakness. You have to have a reliable car which is the fastest in the field a large percentage of the season in order to win the F1 championship.

equator180 - Unregistered

February 27, 2013 12:48 AM

From what I am reading perhaps Ross Braun may be interested in Domenicali's position next year, he clearly isn't making all the right moves over the past three years.

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