Wednesday, March 31, 2004
Ferrari drivers curious about Bahrain  
Schumacher: "I am very curious. It is a new race on a new track and in a different climate. I like visiting new places and coming into contact with new cultures, even if we are not always able to totally understand everything about them. In any case, travel is always something that enriches the soul."
Barrichello: "I have never been anywhere in this part of the world and in fact, I am going to spend a couple of days in Dubai before making the trip to Bahrain and I am very much looking forward to discovering another part of the world."
Source (and more of this interview:)

webmaster | 09:44

Monday, March 29, 2004
Barron Connor @ LeMans 24H  
Both Barron Connor Ferrari 575 GTC cars will race in the Le Mans 24 Hours...
The Automobile Club de l'Ouest has accepted both Ferrari 575 GTC cars that Barron Connor Racing had entered for the 72nd Le Mans 24 Hours.
Source: Barron Connor Racing

webmaster | 20:11

Friday, March 26, 2004
Testing continious at Fiorano  
Third and final day of testing this week for Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro at the Mugello circuit. Michael Schumacher took to the track today, working on a programme testing tyres and new components for the F2004.

In the morning, Michael only did one installation lap as the track conditions did not suit the planned programme, while in the afternoon, the session went ahead without any problems. A total of 65 laps were completed (15 on the short version of the track,) the quickest being a1.20.106. Today Schumacher will start with testing at Fiorano.

webmaster | 08:41

Thursday, March 25, 2004
Extreme Ferrari Art  
Take a close look at this!!
This is drawn by Carsten Christiansen an Automotive artist. He normaly draws Bugattis and this is the first time he draws a Ferrari. The beautiful Testarossa belongs to Wolfgang, well known at the FerrariChat :).

Carsten: "This drawing is made exclusively by hand and only from looking at photos of Wolfgang's car. My drawings are all made exclusively with a 0.1 mm ink drawingpen NOT PENCIL..... that's why I spend so many hours on a drawing, and because faults are not allowed, I will have to keep extremely concentrated during the work... Ink is not eraseable, and any fault would mean that I will have to start all over with a new drawing."

More information about this Testarossa drawing is here, and if you want more info about the artist:


webmaster | 14:54

Wednesday, March 24, 2004

At the FerrariChat I came to notice the fire at the Garage Vanderveken in Bruxelles, Belgium. This is terrible, because just some weeks ago I saw some beautiful pictures of all kind of special cars; and especially some nice Ferraris.
Ofcourse first we think of the people who work there and hope nobody is injured...second we hope that the damage isn't as huge as seems on these pictures!

Source: FerrariChat, Garage Vanderveken, Pictures: Pascal Vigneron, alx355gt

webmaster | 16:46

A baby Enzo...  
What about a new toy for your little boy (or girl ofcourse). What about a nice replica car...and not any car, no: A Ferrari Enzo! For (just) 500 pounds it's yours...and daddy's: it's for you kid; not for you!! :)

Source: CarManiaForKids, picture from Hedge (FerrariChat)

webmaster | 13:17

Tuesday, March 23, 2004
Say it isn't so...  
For what I get from reading the thread at FerrariChat...this is...was an Enzo. was, really. So sad! A few days ago I posted the Enzo on fire...and now this :(

Source: FerrariChat Speedy308

webmaster | 08:57

Monday, March 22, 2004
Barron Connor 2nd at Sebring  
Barron Connor scored a sensational 2nd place in the Sebring 12 Hours yesterday...
John Bosch, Danny Sullivan and Thomas Biagi scored a sensational second placed in the GTS class of the 52nd Sebring 12 Hours today, marking a remarkable start for the new team and the new Ferrari 575 GTC.
More results: IMSA Racing.

Source: Barron Connor Racing Pictures by R. Maas and R. Louwers

webmaster | 13:10

Sunday, March 21, 2004
He did it again!  
He took the pole...and he took the victory: Michael Schumacher won the GP of Malasia! He was 10 seconds ahead of Montoya. Button in his BAR became third; his first podium. Barrichello became fourth.
Guys that didn's finisch? Kimi Raikonnen (again) and Ralf Schumacher!

webmaster | 09:40

Saturday, March 20, 2004
Second pole of the year!  
Michael Schumacher did it again. He was too fast (1.33.074) for everybody else at the Malesian track. But sensational is the man on second place: the Australian Mark Webber in his Jaguar (his fastest qually every). Rubens Barrichello took third.
Both Renault drivers looked very promising at the first qually. Fernando Alonso and Jarno Trulli were the fastest two. But in the second stint both drivers didn't manage it. Trulli drove a bad lap and didn't came any further than eight and Alonso spon of the track. He will start as last.
Montoya took fourth place and was a little faster than the winner of last year Kimi Raikkonen. Sixt was Jenson Button and seventh Ralf Schumacher.

webmaster | 12:37

Friday, March 19, 2004
Practice 1 and 2  
The first practice at the GP of Maleisia was dominated by Schumacher. He was almost one second faster than the rest of the field. His time was 1.34.437. Rubens Barrichello took second time in 1.35.380. The heat was enourmous (36 dregrees Celcius) but the Bridgetone tyres did a great job.
The testdriver of BAR, Anthony Davidson, took the third time and proofs that the team still has a very fast car.
Williams and McLaren didn't found the right way yet. Ralf Schumacher came in fifth and Montoya eight. McLaren was even worse: Raikonnen was sixth and Coulthard eleventh.

At the second practice the McLarens did a better job. Kimi Raikkonen set the fastest time (1.34.395) and Ralf Schumacher was close behind him as second (1.34.693). Michael Schumacher took fourth time (1.35.094) and Rubens came in as tenth (1.35.373). But ofcourse nothing is sure yet. We will see tomorrow what the teams were aiming at today!


webmaster | 08:55

Thursday, March 18, 2004
A good first practice day at Sebring  
With the sun shining again, the first official day of the Sebring 12 Hours provided teams with two free practice sessions of one hour each. Barron Connor made perfect use of both sessions, with both cars and all six drivers running non-stop in the morning and the afternoon.
John Bosch and Mike Hezemans drove car 25 and 26 respectively during the morning to try various set-up changes.

Source (and more info): Barron-Connor-Racing

webmaster | 12:32

Wednesday, March 17, 2004
Update about the fire!  
Smokes engulf the Ferrari car plant in Maranello, northern Italy, after a fire broke out early Tuesday March 16, 2004, in this image made from video. Ferrari sources reported that parts of the buildings and some cars (prototypes) were damaged in the fire likely to have been caused by a short circuit. (AP Photo)

Source: Yahoo News, Tnx to Alex

webmaster | 16:57

Fire in Maranello  
Yesterday night there was a fire in the Ferrari Factory in Maranello. Just after midnight the fire started in the headquarters. The team announced that a shortcut was probably the cause of the fire. The firedepartement had it, luckaly, soon under control.
"When the firedepartement arrived the fire already reached the area where we develope our engines. We do have some damage, but nothing that has anything to do with our F1-activities was damaged", said a spokesman of Ferrari.


webmaster | 08:54

Russian and North European Tour  

To mark the Ferrari Maserati Group's imminent entry to the Russian market, two Ferraris and two Maseratis left the Maserati headquarters in Modena this morning on the 'RUSSIAN AND NORTHERN EUROPEAN TOUR' which will see them cover over 10,000 kilometres in difficult winter conditions across Northern Europe.

The cars in question are a Ferrari 575M Maranello, a Ferrari 360 Modena, a Maserati Quattroporte and a Maserati Spyder Cambiocorsa. They are being driven by Ferrari and Maserati test drivers and led by Gigi Barp.


webmaster | 08:47

Tuesday, March 16, 2004
Those were the days...  
Ferrari in the old days. The OM 150 Rolfo Ferrari transporter at the 1000 km of Spa in 1973. Fantastic site. The picture below is the same transporter...but at a more recent date. Both realy increadable pictures. Those were the days!

Source:, Boudewijn

webmaster | 12:43

Monday, March 15, 2004
Rare sight...  

Believe I posted before some pics with the 4 famous Ferrari Supercars...but I just can't get enough of the sight. So here are they again: the 288 GTO, F40, F50 and the Enzo! Just beautiful!

Source:, Robiferretti

webmaster | 09:13

Saturday, March 13, 2004
Barron in Miami...  
The Barron Connor Ferrari's 575 GTC have just arrived at Miami.
Having left Amsterdam airport, past Wednesday, with a Martinair cargo flight, both cars safely reached Miami, from where they will be transported to Sebring.

Source: Barron Connor Racing

webmaster | 01:14

Friday, March 12, 2004

At FerrariChat you can see three links to vids made of a burning Enzo...isn't that truly sad? Just made some screenshots, bad quality, but you can see the car on fire...Is it a total loss?? ...
For the vids, just click on the 'source' below!

Source:, Subgraphic!

webmaster | 09:37

Thursday, March 11, 2004
How to Keep F1 exciting?  
Underline: " must be possible to do something to keep the F1 exciting!"

Source:, bobafett

webmaster | 13:27

Wednesday, March 10, 2004
Testing in Valencia; day 1  
McLaren had a happy first testday at Valencia. They were the fastest and beat Ferrari. was very very close, and Ferrari driver Badoer drove only the 'old' F2003GA. Today Barrichello will drive the F2004.
Badoer and McLaren driver De LaRosa drove both 88 laps. De LaRosa was a little faster with 1.10.124 against Badoer 1.10.151. Yesterday only Anthony Davidson was also on the track with his BAR005. He drove almost a complete race distance (127 laps).
Today are, next to Barrichello, also Gene (Williams), Montagny (Renault), Zonta and Briscoe (both Toyota) on the track in Valencia.

Source: F1 Racing

webmaster | 09:00

Tuesday, March 09, 2004
The Ferraris at Geneva  
Since the 4th till the 14th of March you can see these Ferraris at the Geneva Motor Show. It's the 74th time the show is helt.
More info: Geneva Motor Show.

Source:, pics: Marcel Massini

webmaster | 09:08

Monday, March 08, 2004
Barron Connor Racing completes drivers line up  
Deletraz, Hezemans and Barde join Bosch, Sullivan and Biagi.

The Barron Connor Racing team has signed former Le Mans class winner
Jean-Denis Deletraz, GT star Mike Hezemans and the reigning European Ferrari 360 Champion Ange Barde to drive one of the two Ferrari 575 GTC cars that the team has entered for this year's Sebring 12 Hours, the Le Mans 24 Hours and all the Le Mans Endurance Series races.

Barron Connor co-founder and driver John Bosch said: "After signing Thomas
(Biagi) to join me and Danny (Sullivan), we spoke to over 30 drivers, so making a decision took time. We are happy with the result, for both cars now have a strong driver line up, with a good mix of experience and success. Jean-Denis brings a lot of endurance racing success with him, including wins with the Ferrari 550, while Mike is arguably one of the best GT drivers around. I also know how good Ange is, having raced against him in the Ferrari championship. He won that title in 2001 and last year, while I won it in 2002. I think it is also great for Ferrari to have its 360 champions move up like this. In addition, Jean-Denis, Mike and Ange have all raced in the Le Mans 24 Hours, which is very important."


webmaster | 12:57


This is what we want to see more!! :D ... 17 times!!


webmaster | 12:39

Sunday, March 07, 2004
Double victory  
YES!!! Isn't this the very best result Ferrari could wish? After 1 hour and 24 minutes Michael Schumacher came as first over the Melbourne finish! And...he was soon followed by his teammate Rubens Barrichello! So a double victory.
Third came Alonso in his Renault. Raikonnen didn't finish, he fell out the race with gearbox problems.

webmaster | 05:42

Saturday, March 06, 2004
First Race, First Pole!  
This is the best start that Ferrari could wish for. The first row is in their hands. Michael Schumacher starts from pole position
and Rubens Barrichello is second. Third time was for Montoya in his Williams. And friend and enemy were suprised to see Jenson Button on the fourth place.
McLaren wasn't so lucky, tenth and twelfth is all they could manage.
Ross Brawn: " I' m very happy with this result, but we must not forget that all the points will be earned on sunday...not today!"

Source: F1 Racing

webmaster | 14:22

Friday, March 05, 2004
Ferrari fastest on friday  
A full second faster then anybody else...that was the difference on the first day in Melbourne. Schumacher and Barrichello were fastest in the first training and did the same thing in the second session. The gap was a little less than the 1.7 seconds in the first training, but 1 second is also very very much. The third time of the day was for Trulli in the Renault. Then came Button in the BAR. Fifth was again a Renault; Alonso. Williams and McLaren were dissapointed. Ralf Schumacher didn't came further then sixth time and Montoya came behind him, but was more than 1.5 second slower than the Ferrari of Schumacher! Coulthard came eight and ninth was Webber in the Jaguar R5. Raikkonen was even tenth...and that's not the best position for an attack at the champion! We will see what happens yesterday and if the Ferraris are as fast as today!

Source: F1 Racing

webmaster | 08:54

Thursday, March 04, 2004
Preperations start  
Three more nights and then the 2004 season of F1 starts! The teams are already in Melbourne, Australia and working hard with all preperations for the first race.

Source: F1 Racing

webmaster | 09:07

Tuesday, March 02, 2004
Nice meeting!  

This was taken outside the Sha Tin race course in Hong Kong. Some 125 Ferrari cars were brought there by their owners for a place in the Guinness World Book of Records.

source: Photo AFP

webmaster | 10:08

Monday, March 01, 2004
A new competition!  
The Grand Prix Drivers' Association has announced the launch of a new competition aimed at Formula One racing fans.

At this weekend's Australian Grand Prix, six lucky fans will win a money-can't-buy guided tour of the F1 paddock on raceday, during which they will have photo opportunities with several Formula One drivers, including the four Grand Prix Drivers' Association directors: six-time world champion Michael Schumacher, local hero Mark Webber, McLaren's David Coulthard and Renault's Jarno Trulli.
To enter the competition, fans will each have to buy a small pin featuring Mark Webber's helmet - the proceeds of which will go to Brainwave Australia, which assists young people with cancer and is the official charity of the Australian Grand Prix. The pins will be on sale at various points around the Albert Park track, as well as in Federation Square in the centre of Melbourne.


webmaster | 13:02



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