Monday, January 31, 2005
Ferrari tested entire weekend  
 
Last three days (friday, saturday and sunday) Ferrari tested at the Barcelona track. They were on the track with two drivers in two different cars. Michael Schumacher was testing the 'new' F2004M in wich he will start the season in about a month. Luca Badoer drove all three days the F2004. And that car proved to be faster than the new modified one.
On friday they were on the track together with Montoya in his McLaren and Massa in the Sauber. The times were: Badoer 01.15.899 (75 laps), Schumacher 01.16.02 (57 laps), Montoya 1.16.536 (72 laps), Massa 01.17.470 (91 laps). On saturday they were only joined by Massa. Times: Badoer 01.15.668 (103 laps), Schumacher 01.15.902 (88 laps), Massa 01.18.293 (128 laps). And yesterday they were joined by Villeneuve in his Sauber. Times yesterday: again Badoer fastest: 01.15.446 (31 laps), Schumacher 01.15.973 (68 laps) and Villeneuve 01.18.108 (79 laps).
Testing will continue at Valencia at the 1st of February.
Source: F1Racing.net
 

webmaster | 11:33

 
 
 
Friday, January 28, 2005
Celebration of sport  
 
The day before yesterday, more then fifty Italian Olympic medal winners from the recent Games in Athens visited the Ferrari plant at Maranello.
The sport stars gathered at the Fiorano circuit in the late morning. Representing Ferrari was President Luca di Montezemolo, Direttore Generale Jean Todt, Vice-President Piero Ferrari and World Champion Michael Schumacher.
Schumacher had also a go at archery with the Olympic star Marco Galliazo providing expert tips.
Source (and picture): FerrariWorld.com
 

webmaster | 11:20

 
 
 
Thursday, January 27, 2005
Ferrari 3-seater  
 
Ferrari has plans to built a three-sitter Formula one. Just like the Minardi. Some teams have built two-seaters, but according to Ferrari the fun for the passenger is then less, because of the less visual straight ahead. The view is then blocked by the driver. In a three-sitter the passengers sit behind the driver at both sides, so they can experience the ultimate F1 drive!
 

webmaster | 13:47

 
 
 
Wednesday, January 19, 2005
Enzo number 400  
 
During a press conference two days ago, held at the Vatican, Jean Todt announced that President Montezemelo had decided to construct an Enzo 'number 400', to be donated to Caritas, before being auctioned and the proceeds sent to the victems of the tsunami in South East Asia.
Source: ItaliaSpeed.com
 

webmaster | 23:56

 
 
 
Wednesday, January 12, 2005
Wrooom...  
 
While Ferrari already started testing at Vallelunga with testdriver Luca Badoer, Michael Schumacher, his wife Corinne and Rubens Barrichello are present at the anual snowtrip. The Press Meeting (Wrooom 2005) is being held from the 11th till the 21st of January. After that Schumacher and Barrichello will get back at work and test the new car at several locations.
Source: F1Racing.net
 

webmaster | 12:12

 
 
 
Wednesday, January 05, 2005
Schumacher donates to Asia  
 
Michael Schumacher donated $10 million (US) to the relief effort after the tsunami disaster in south Asia. His donation is the biggest so far in the world of sport, and possibly of any individual. "What happened to so many people is so unfathomable and horrible," 36-year-old Schumacher, the Ferrari driver, said. "One cannot simply blind it out -- we're suffering with them."
Earlier, the International Olympic Committee pledged $1m, the English Premier League $2m, while German soccer squad Bayern Munich offered $400,000. The Asian death toll is at 146,000.

Today it was also announced that Schumacher's bodyguard, the Dutch Burkhard Cramer, died in Phuket, Thailand, along with his two sons. Our sympaties goes out to his family.
Source: F1Racing.net
 

webmaster | 15:43

 

 

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