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Happy Thanksgiving!

Posted by on Nov 27, 2014 in Featured, News | Comments Off

Happy Thanksgiving!

Let’s celebrate Thanksgiving with Ferraris photographed in the Usa. It is the quintessential American holiday: Thanksgiving. Celebrated on the fourth Thursday every November, it is perhaps the only day when almost everyone in the USA stops working to spend time with family and friends. The Pilgrims celebrated the original Thanksgiving in 1621 to mark their first harvest in the New World. The feast lasted three days and was attended by 90 Native Americans. Abraham Lincoln decreed it a federal holiday in 1863. Today it remains one of the great...

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Finali Mondiali: Italy and the USA are the Best Represented Nations

Posted by on Nov 26, 2014 in Featured, News, Racing | Comments Off

Finali Mondiali: Italy and the USA are the Best Represented Nations

A total of 75 drivers from 27 nations are en route to Abu Dhabi to bid for the three Ferrari Challenge series titles (Europe, North America and Asia-Pacific) and the World Champion crown in a race that will see all three groups competing on the same track. Looking down the list of participants, Italy is the best represented nation with 13 drivers. These include Daniele Di Amato and Dario Caso, who are competing in the Trofeo Pirelli Pro in Europe, and Massimiliano Bianchi, leader of the Coppa Shell in Europe. There are 10 US drivers in the...

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Ferrari Appoints Maurizio Arrivabene to Lead Gestione Sportiva

Posted by on Nov 24, 2014 in F1, Featured, News | Comments Off

Ferrari Appoints Maurizio Arrivabene to Lead Gestione Sportiva

Ferrari is pleased to announce the appointment of Maurizio Arrivabene as Managing Director of Gestione Sportiva and as Team Principal of Scuderia Ferrari, replacing Marco Mattiacci. Mr Arrivabene comes to Ferrari from Philip Morris, which he joined in 1997 after a 20 years career in marketing and promotions in Italy and abroad. Maurizio Arrivabene has held a variety of posts in Philip Morris, leading up to his appointment in 2007 as Vice President of Marlboro Global Communication & Promotions for Philip Morris International and, in 2011,...

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Abu Dhabi GP: A Difficult Final Race for Scuderia Ferrari

Posted by on Nov 23, 2014 in F1, Featured, News | Comments Off

Abu Dhabi GP: A Difficult Final Race for Scuderia Ferrari

It was not the best of days for Scuderia Ferrari in the final Grand Prix of the season here in Abu Dhabi. Fernando Alonso finished ninth and Kimi Raikkonen came home tenth. Both drivers got away well, the two of them making up two places, coming round at the end of the opening lap in fifth and sixth places. Shortly after that, Fernando passed Kimi and made his first pit stop, followed next time round by the Finn. However, coming in early did not work out for them as they lost a lot of time in traffic, finding themselves just outside the...

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Abu Dhabi GP: A Fighting Finale

Posted by on Nov 22, 2014 in F1, Featured, News | Comments Off

Abu Dhabi GP: A Fighting Finale

Fernando Alonso: “Today’s qualifying was very tricky on a weekend that, in general, has been more complicated than usual. Changing the engine after the final free practice session created a few extra problems and it took until Q2 for the car to perform consistently. Tomorrow, I expect an uphill struggle, partly because, over the past two days, we haven’t done any practice starts and I have never run with a full fuel load. But at the same time, I really want to give it my all and try and make up as much ground as possible. It will be a special...

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Abu Dhabi GP: Fifth Row for Scuderia Ferrari

Posted by on Nov 22, 2014 in F1, Featured, News | Comments Off

Abu Dhabi GP: Fifth Row for Scuderia Ferrari

There will be an all-Ferrari fifth row on the grid for tomorrow’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, when it gets underway at 17h00 (14h00 CET) at the Yas Marina track. Kimi Raikkonen will start from ninth, having qualified around four tenths faster than tenth placed team-mate Fernando Alonso. Q1 went off smoothly: both drivers did a first run on the Softs, before quickly switching to the Supersofts, for Kimi to go tenth and Fernando twelfth. Life got more complicated in Q2, especially for Raikkonen, who had to use an extra set of Supersoft tyres and only...

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De La Rosa: “Yas Marina, a Track with Everything.”

Posted by on Nov 21, 2014 in F1, Featured, News | Comments Off

De La Rosa: “Yas Marina, a Track with Everything.”

“I’ve always really enjoyed driving the Abu Dhabi track, because it brings together features from many other circuits,” Pedro de la Rosa told www.ferrari.com when talking about the track that hosts the final race of the 2014 season. “In the first sector we find the quick corners, followed by some very heavy braking points before the chicane at turn 5 and there’s a final sector with high downforce corners where one needs to be extremely precise because it’s easy to run wide off the racing line.” Overtaking and turns. “The long straight which...

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Abu Dahbi GP: Kimi 7th, Fernando Only Does Two Laps

Posted by on Nov 21, 2014 in F1, Featured, News | Comments Off

Abu Dahbi GP: Kimi 7th, Fernando Only Does Two Laps

The second free practice session of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix was a difficult one for Scuderia Ferrari, as dusk fell on the Yas Marina circuit. Fernando Alonso had to stop out on track, between turns 19 and 20, after just 2 laps, with an electrical problem. Therefore getting through the programme was all down to Kimi Raikkonen who did 33 laps, finishing off the comparison of the Soft and Supersoft tyres and doing some long run race simulations. The Finn continued working on car set-up before fitting the Supersoft tyres, with which he set a...

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FIA WEC: A Ferrari 458 GTE for Emerson Fittipaldi

Posted by on Nov 21, 2014 in Featured, News, Racing | Comments Off

FIA WEC: A Ferrari 458 GTE for Emerson Fittipaldi

Two time Formula 1 World Champion and winner of the Indy 500, Emerson Fittipaldi will be taking part in the Sao Paulo 6 Hours, the final round of the FIA World Endurance Championship next Sunday, 30 November. The news was announced by Amato Ferrari, Team Principal of the Italian AF Corse team. “It’s a great honour to have a great champion like Fittipaldi driving for our team,” he said. “Emerson was one of my heroes when I was young and so it’s a pleasure to have him with us in the Sao Paulo race. It will thus see his dream of driving for...

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Thank You Fernando

Posted by on Nov 20, 2014 in F1, Featured, News | Comments Off

Thank You Fernando

Scuderia Ferrari and Fernando Alonso announce that, by common consent, they have ended their relationship. Fernando Alonso leaves the team at the end of this season, after a five year period which, with one race remaining, saw him score 1186 points, 44 podiums and 11 wins. Everyone at Scuderia Ferrari thanks Fernando for his great contribution on both a personal and professional level. “In the Scuderia Ferrari roll of honour of great drivers, Fernando Alonso will always occupy a special place” – commented Scuderia Ferrari Team Principal,...

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