F1 » Ferrari needs to find consistency, admits Domenicali


Ferrari needs to produce a steady level of performance in coming races, after the opening of the 2013 season proved to be 'a rollercoaster of emotions'.

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prof-x - Unregistered

May 28, 2013 3:13 PM

lolz @ consistency. Wtfe, consistency is the only thing keeping Alonso in the title hunt, cause it sure as heck isn't the performance of the car. Failing to get temperature in the tires at Monaco (my theory) is pretty good enough reason to suspect that Ferrari are just not putting that much in to their tires respective of the other teams, and is one of the reasons they have better performance over a race in general, because they cannot go overboard loading their tires. The reason why Ferrari sucked at Monaco is the same reason why they won in Barcelona, unless Pirelli builds 8-10 different compounds/tires Monaco was never gonna go Ferrari's way.

Firestorm - Unregistered

May 29, 2013 12:28 AM

Titles can't be win by incosistent perormances. McLaren's example last year speaks for itsef. They did a good performances in Australia, China and Spain but blew it in Malaysia, Bahrain and Monaco. I believe that Ferrari will bounce back in Canada but you never know what will happen next race(ex, Silverstone). They need to perform well at ever track, especially in the next six or seven races. Usually Vettel doesn't win races at old European tracks (just look at 2010 or 2012 season) so they must take points off him while they can.

Wade - Unregistered

May 29, 2013 11:04 AM

Consistency kept them in the hunt in 2010 and 2012, Makes sense. This year Fernando's results are 2nd, DNF, 1st, 8th(car trouble), 1st and 7th.

Haha, it's like every second race sucks... and in Canada he should get a podium at least!

It actually looks like Ferrari have finally made a competitive car from the very start of the season, and in doing so have lost the consistency of having no mechanical problems.

whizzo - Unregistered

May 29, 2013 3:53 PM

When someone is in charge of an organization and could pubilicly say what Domenicali it shows that he is t shows he most inconsistent one and Ferrari should FIRE him.

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