If Montezemolo is that offended by ‘slow’ cars, why didn’t he complain in 2006?

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

Fernando Alonso may have come to terms with missing out on a win in Canada but Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo isn’t quite so sanguine. And he’s taken aim at his favourite target – the new teams – telling La Gazetta dello Sport: Cars who perform at GP2-level should not be allowed to participate in … Continue reading If Montezemolo is that offended by ‘slow’ cars, why didn’t he complain in 2006?

Schumacher “closed the door too much”

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

Felipe Massa pointed the finger at former team mate Michael Schumacher for their collision in the Canadian Grand Prix. Massa blamed Schumacher for breaking his Ferrari’s front wing during the race: I was caught up in the accident at the first corner, sandwiched between Button and Liuzzi, which removed any chance of a clean race … Continue reading Schumacher “closed the door too much”

Schumacher and Rosberg boosted by Mercedes’ rapid pit stops

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The Mercedes W01 may not be the quickest car on the track – but the team are the fastest in the pit lane. Michael Schumacher and Nico Rosberg have enjoyed the fastest pit stops of the race in four of the eight rounds so far this year. Championship-leaders McLaren, meanwhile, are the sixth-quickest team in … Continue reading Schumacher and Rosberg boosted by Mercedes’ rapid pit stops

F1 Fanatic round-up: 17/6/2010

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You can find the post-Canada updated season statistics on the F1 2010 statistics page. Here’s today’s round-up: Links Does Ferrari not want an Italian star? (Motorsport) “It is extraordinary to note that post-Tazio Nuvolari, Alberto Ascari remains the most successful Italian with 13 Grand Prix wins followed by ??American? Andretti with 12 ?ǣ and these … Continue reading F1 Fanatic round-up: 17/6/2010