Sunday, July 24, 2005
It's going downhill...  
...just like on the picture. Okay, we did see a great race. Lot's of fights. And Michael drove in the first part of the race very good. Third, second... perfect. But in the end, he had chosen the wrong (soft) tyres and couldn't keep up. Kept on fighting till the end, but much more than the fifth place wasn't in it.
But Rubens? ... Qualifying as 15th (??), driving 'slow'... without any enthousiasm. Well, I was always a fan of Rubino, but now... I think he should leave the team. I think he lost the 'drive' to win for them. I really hope that he will be replaced by someone like Fisichella, or Trulli. Both drivers who do have the eager to win races... even if that doesn't happen at the moment.

Also a compliment for the debutant Robert Doornbos. Even after the collision with Villeneuve (not the fault of the Minardi driver), a 10sec. penalty (also not his fault), a great race! His teammate even better; 13th! Well done for the boys of Minardi!

webmaster | 16:10

Saturday, July 23, 2005
New spy pics of F600 Imola  

Pictures by: Gerard van Dongen

New spypics of the F600 Imola... on AND of the track! ...

webmaster | 21:32

Thursday, July 21, 2005
Testing testing and more testing!  
Schumacher and Gene were testing yesterday at Mugello with the F2005 and the F2004. Michael was testing some new bodywork parts and Marc was still trying to improve the tyres. Will this testing, a few days before the GP of Germany, will improve the car enough to put in on the highest stand on the stage?
Even today Ferrari is testing, this time Luca Badoer on the Fiorano track. Let's hope all this testing results in a good qualification and an even better result in the race!

And for some non Ferrari news; the Dutch driver Robert Doornbos has signed by Minardi and will drive for the team the remaining races. Race history because it's the first time that two Dutch drivers will drive for the same team (Christian Albers is the other Dutch driver of Minardi)! ... All the best luck for both drivers!!

webmaster | 17:27

Sunday, July 10, 2005
This is not the way!  
Ferrari is going in the wrong direction. Instead of making progress each race, they are sliding down the grid. A tenth startplace for Schumacher can't be the meaning. Even when he was on a different stratery than Rubens (6th time). But comeon... 3 stops, Rubens? That's just one to many. How come that the briljant strategys are now gone? Last season the team did some amazing things and had briljant thoughts... but now?

Okay, I'm still supporting Ferrari of course. And this is still a Ferrari fansite :) but watching the Formula 1 and see them slide backwords every race... that's not a nice sight! So come on Ferrari, heads up Rubens and Michael! And... bring on the good strategys Jean and Ross! Let's make Ferrari again a winning team! Show them how it must be done in Germany! And for now; test test and test more!

webmaster | 18:01



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