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Singapore: Evening Dress Required

Posted by on Sep 15, 2014 in F1, Featured, News, Racing | Comments Off

Singapore: Evening Dress Required

The Formula 1 World Championship now leaves Europe and sets sail for Asia. Sunday actually sees the seventh running of the Singapore Grand Prix, round 14 of 19 this season. The race has always been run at the Marina Bay street circuit and its biggest claim to fame is that it is always run at night. The race starts at 8pm, with the track completely floodlit. Scuderia Ferrari can boast one win, two podiums and two poles here. The win. It came in 2010, when Fernando Alonso dominated the Grand Prix, winning from pole, as well as securing a...

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GT Asia Championship: Ferrari Wins Second Race in Sepang

Posted by on Sep 15, 2014 in Featured, News, Racing | Comments Off

GT Asia Championship: Ferrari Wins Second Race in Sepang

Ferrari also won the second race in the GT Asia championship at Sepang. Coming out on top in Malaysia in the tenth round of the season was the Clearwater Racing 458 Italia GT3 in the ands of Italy’s Alessandro Pier Guidi and the Singaporean, Richard Wee. The pair beat off the opposition in the shape of the Aston Martin of Guerrero-Wiser and Mucke-Yu. However, the title race took place further down the order with Keita Sawa and Weng Seung Mok, winners of the first race in the other Ferrari 458 Italia GT3 entered by Clearwater Racing finishing...

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European LeMans Series: Ferrari Double

Posted by on Sep 15, 2014 in Featured, News, Racing | Comments Off

European LeMans Series: Ferrari Double

Ferrari did the double in the penultimate round of the European Le Mans Series, held at the French Paul Ricard circuit. Ferraris won both the LMGTE and GTC classes. In LMGTE, there was an amazing one-two-three finish. The winner was the AF Corse 458 Italia GT3 crewed by British driver Duncan Cameron, Ireland’s Matt Griffin and Italy’s Michele Rugolo. They finished 10 seconds aheadof the AT Racing car crewed by Bielorussia’s Aleksander Talkanitsa senior, the German Pierre Kaffer and Italy’s Mirko Venturi and almost 40 ahead of the JMW...

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Dragon Speed Enters the 2015 Blancpain Endurance Series

Posted by on Sep 11, 2014 in Featured, News, Racing | Comments Off

Dragon Speed Enters the 2015 Blancpain Endurance Series

DragonSpeed’s 2015 Blancpain Endurance Series effort will benefit from the return to the cockpit of team principal Elton Julian alongside Swedish racer Henrik Hedman. Now, the Florida-based team’s top priority will be to fill the third seat in its Ferrari 458 GT3 Blancpain Endurance Series entry for next year. Following two years as a frontrunner in the Ferrari Challenge North America, culminating in a victory at the World Finals last November, Hedman has impressed many in his maiden Pirelli World Challenge season. Julian enjoyed considerable...

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Montezemolo Resigns Position at Ferrari

Posted by on Sep 10, 2014 in Featured, News | Comments Off

Montezemolo Resigns Position at Ferrari

  Statement from Ferrari Chairman Luca di Montezemolo: “Ferrari will have an important role to play within the FCA Group in the upcoming flotation on Wall Street. This will open up a new and different phase which I feel should be spearheaded by the CEO of the Group. “This is the end of an era and so I have decided to leave my position as Chairman after almost 23 marvelous and unforgettable years in addition to those spent at Enzo Ferrari’s side in the 1970s. “My thanks, first and foremost, to the exceptional Ferrari women and men from...

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Race Through The Decades 1954-2014: Ferrari Celebrates 60 Years in the USA

Posted by on Sep 9, 2014 in Featured, News | Comments Off

Race Through The Decades 1954-2014:  Ferrari Celebrates 60 Years in the USA

Come join Ferrari North America as we celebrate our sixtieth year in the United States. On Sunday, October 12 from 10:00 AM until 5:00 PM we are planning our national 60th Anniversary celebration – “Race Through The Decades 1954-2014:  Ferrari Celebrates 60 Years in the USA  with 60 Fabulous Ferrari on Rodeo Drive”  – a truly memorable day to appeal to our most endearing fans and top clients from North America and abroad. Activities will include: A public display of 60 of the most storied and spectacular Ferraris ever assembled An...

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Jonathan Williams 1942-2014

Posted by on Sep 9, 2014 in F1, Featured, News | Comments Off

Jonathan Williams 1942-2014

He was born on October 26, 1942 in Cairo in Egypt, the son of an English Royal Airforce Squadron Leader stationed there. Eventually they went back to England and as he grew up he became an early enthusiast for racing cars. He began to race in 1961 with a Mini; then he drove in Formula Junior with a Merlyn. In the following years with his team mate Piers Courage, he raced Lotus in Formula 3, and with Charles Lucas in a Brabham BT 10 he obtained very good results. After a good season with the works team De Sanctis, Jonathan Williams was noticed...

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458 Takes Long 24 Hour Race in Spain

Posted by on Sep 8, 2014 in Featured, News, Racing | Comments Off

458 Takes Long 24 Hour Race in Spain

Pole position, victory and the fastest race lap – for the Scuderia Praha, the 24 Hours of Barcelona, on September 6-7, was an undisputed success. With their 458 Italia GT3 (#4 -Písarík/Jirík/Malucelli/Kox), the team racked up a total of 653 laps of the 4.655 kilometers long Circuit de Barcelona Catalunya, equaling a total of 3,039.715 kilometers. “The car ran like the proverbial clockwork. We didn’t have any problem throughout the race. I am really happy,” said Dutch driver Peter Kox, who drove the car across the finish line to take the...

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Italian GP: Kimi Ninth, Fernando’s First Retirement

Posted by on Sep 7, 2014 in F1, Featured, News | Comments Off

Italian GP: Kimi Ninth, Fernando’s First Retirement

While every race carries the same number of points, except for Abu Dhabi, and all teams try equally hard at all Grands Prix, it’s particularly galling to have a disappointing afternoon in front of the home crowd. Therefore, to come away from Monza with just two points thanks to Kimi Raikkonen’s ninth place is not what Scuderia Ferrari wanted for its fans, who are naturally more numerous here than at any other race of the season. Despite the F14 Ts showing well in free practice, Saturday’s qualifying produced a clearer picture of the...

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Italian GP: Fourth and Sixth Rows for Fernando and Kimi

Posted by on Sep 6, 2014 in F1, Featured, News | 0 comments

Italian GP: Fourth and Sixth Rows for Fernando and Kimi

It was a complicated qualifying session for Scuderia Ferrari at Monza, the scene tomorrow at 2pm of the Italian Grand Prix. Fernando Alonso managed to get his F14 T onto the seventh spot on the grid, while Kimi Raikkonen had to settle for twelfth, although he will start eleventh as Daniil Kvyat has a grid penalty in the Toro Rosso. Both Ferrari men got through Q1 without any problems: Fernando was tenth and Kimi thirteenth. In Q2, things got more complicated: all the drivers were on the Medium tyres, going for the fastest time possible....

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