F1 » F1 China 2013: Victory gives Ferrari ‘hope but nothing more’


Stefano Domenicali has said that Fernando Alonso's victory in China is just something to build on for the rest of the 2013 F1 campaign.

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Andy - Unregistered

April 16, 2013 12:52 PM

One thing I know for sure is that, by the time we get to Singapore all the race left favours Red Bull and not Ferrari I could see another Finger waving at the end of the season

NomiShah - Unregistered

April 16, 2013 8:01 PM

This is the kind of talk that Ferrari should be talking all the time. It is a car manufacturer, period. Ol' man Enzo was all about his cars being the best - drivers were always secondary

So good to get something from the management which is all about performance of the cars and nothing else.

Tifosi follow Ferrari only because of the hallowed Red name.

Forza Ferrari

Firestorm - Unregistered

April 17, 2013 12:55 AM

@Andy
Maybe you are right that all the races from Singapore and on favours Red Bull instead of Ferrari. But you can't take last year results as the benchmark. Remember that Red Bull was far better developed at that stage than Ferrari was. So in 2010 Alonso beated Vettel at Singapore and in 2011 he did the same at Japan. He too beated Vettel in Brazil in 2012. So the results didn't repeated itselfs in the last three years in many races, and the same will happen this year. Modern Formula 1 is much more complicated than this.

NigolT

April 17, 2013 3:44 AM

Massa is wasting his life and his career at Ferrari. He's stuck in the spider web and he better get out because he's an amazing and talented driver who deserves to be world champion. Get out now Massa, enough is enough!!!!! GRRRRRR!!!!

John - Unregistered

April 17, 2013 7:29 PM

"Alonso performance in China was as dominant a performance as has been seen for some time" (Andrew Benson).


Right, I haven't see a performance that dominant since .... the last time Vettel won. Three weeks counts as "some time", doesn't it?

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