F1 » Allison: Ferrari hungry for success

James Allison says Ferrari are hungry to succeed in the 2014 F1 season

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November 26, 2013 1:57 PM

But since Domenicali started being the principal of Ferrari, the team started spiraling down. Last time they won WCC was in 2008. I don't know if they had significant personnel changes that develop the car after 2008. but they are producing so-so cars since then.


November 26, 2013 11:05 PM

Ferrari had won races at every season, nearly for the last twenty years. Most of people expect Ferrari to do well at every season. They have a lot of pressure. But when F1 has rule changes we always have a few surprises. The changes in 1998 did destroy Williams and they never recovered, except a few moments in 2003. The changes after 2003 enabled Renault to become competitive and win titles. And in 2009 Red Bull started to win races and afterwards won 4 championships. So why not in 2014 we can't have a team winning the WCC which is not Red Bull?! Why can't it be Mercedes? Why can't it be Ferrari?


November 27, 2013 1:35 PM

Any good engineer when he leaves a company it retards that company from my perspective Allison have,nt contribute nothing of subtance to lotus because they when ahead like he was never there so i can see what he can bring to Ferrari to make them any different

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