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Belgian GP: Back to Work

Posted by on Aug 20, 2014

Eight races in fourteen weeks; that’s the schedule now facing the F1 circus as battle is joined again and it gets back to work for the second half of the season, after the official summer break. It leaves hardly any time to pause for breath as the teams crisscross the globe from east to west. However read...

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89 Laps for Jules Bianchi in the F 14 T

Posted by on Jul 10, 2014

This was the final day of testing at Silverstone for Scuderia Ferrari and the other Formula 1 teams. At the wheel of an F14 T for the first time was Frenchman Jules Bianchi, the Ferrari Driver Academy driver, who currently races for Marussia. He did 89 laps, the best being a 1.35.262, the fastest read...

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Kimi Recovering, While De la Rosa and Bianchi test

Posted by on Jul 7, 2014

Kimi Raikkonen is recovering from the frightening accident on the opening lap of the British Grand Prix. The Scuderia Ferrari driver still has pain and some bruising in his left ankle and knee after his car hit the barriers. Therefore Scuderia Ferrari has decided to rest the Finn so that he can read...

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British GP: A Thrilling Silverstone

Posted by on Jul 7, 2014

Marco Mattiacci: “The most important news right now is that Kimi is alright, even though the impact with the barriers was a heavy one. He has some bruising and will now be resting to be in shape for the next race. Given the outcome of qualifying, we knew we faced an uphill read...

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British GP: Photo Gallery

Posted by on Jul 6, 2014

Despite yet another lackluster finish for Scuderia Ferrari, we hope you enjoy this photo gallery for a behind the scenes glimpse of the British Grand Prix. Source: Ferrari Media...

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British GP: Mixed Fortunes for Scuderia Ferrari

Posted by on Jul 6, 2014

There were mixed fortunes for Scuderia Ferrari today, with Kimi Raikkonen going out on the opening lap but Fernando Alonso fighting his way up from 16th on the grid to sixth at the flag. Fernando lined up on the grid with his car too far forward and that would later cost him a 5 second penalty read...

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British GP: Ferrari Caught Out by the Rain

Posted by on Jul 5, 2014

The English rain delivered a bitter blow to Ferrari’s qualifying aspirations, with both drivers going out at the end of the first session, because the rain intensified just as Alonso and Raikkonen were hoping to improve their times. At the start of qualifying the track was damp but drying. The read...

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British GP: Rain the Key Player

Posted by on Jul 5, 2014

It rained for most of the third free practice session. It wasn’t actually raining at the start of the final 60 minutes of track action prior to qualifying, but the track was wet and then during the session, the downpour intensified. Scuderia Ferrari thus decided to save the tyres for qualifying read...

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A Date with History

Posted by on Jun 30, 2014

This Sunday’s race is the 65th British Grand Prix. It and the Italian event are the only two races never to have dropped off the Formula 1 calendar. Silverstone was originally an old wartime airfield and the track used the perimeter roads. On 13th May 1950 it hosted the first ever race in the read...

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Austrian GP: Step by Step

Posted by on Jun 25, 2014

Marco Mattiacci: “The way this season is going becomes particularly evident when one races at a track where what counts the most is the power of the car. Today, we tried to get the most out of what we have and we believe we have taken another small step in the right direction read...

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Austrian GP: A Mountain to Climb

Posted by on Jun 22, 2014

Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen finished fifth and tenth respectively in this the eighth round of the Formula 1 World Championship. All four of the cars that finished ahead of the Spaniard in his F14 T were Mercedes-powered, underlining the current superiority of the German power unit. Nico read...

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Austrian GP: Second and Third Rows for Ferrari

Posted by on Jun 21, 2014

Qualifying for the Austrian Grand Prix produced a surprising front row, while the Scuderia Ferrari drivers will be starting from the second and fourth rows. Fernando Alonso was fourth fastest in 1.09.285, equaling his best result of the season in Malaysia. Kimi Raikkonen will start from eighth read...

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