F1 » di Montezemolo admits 2014 line-up is ‘dangerous’

Kimi Raikkonen and Fernando Alonso present a potential flash-point for Ferrari in 2014, but the Scuderia knows it is what it needs to return to the front in F1.

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January 03, 2014 4:13 PM

i assume alonso will play number 2 if kimi takes more points? don't think kimi will play the role of massa. they need to work as a team to beat rbr. if ferrari wanted another massa they would have kept him because he still has a few years left as a driver in his former capacity. they clearly hired kimi for wins, but we will see how it pans out next season.


January 03, 2014 8:23 PM

hell yeah, dangerous for the opposition too, popular opinion suggest that alonso will have too much for kimi, my hope is that after antonio spagnolo get know each other over a few drinks, alonso spends the first half of the season trying to catch raikkonen, alonso should then go into demon mode and leave 'absolutely' no stone unturned in his mission to be ahead of his team mate, as for the team, if they have the resources to provide toys, prams. cigaret and some form of alcholic beverage to keep the two of them doing what they do best, they now have no escuses whatsoever for not producing a car to be serious challengers in the wcc.

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