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Name: Formula1
Category: Sports & Recreation - Automotive & Racing
Type: This group is open and anyone is free to join and invite friends.
About: Discussion about F1 life, upcoming races and results
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  • Michael aint cuttin it in da f1 lyf anymre
    drey - Posted 48 months ago
  • Looks like Maclaren and Ferrari r back in business... Praying for a speedy recover for Massa.
    sthesh1 - Posted 64 months ago
  • Looking foward to this weekend's race in Spain... At last Ferrari scored three points last race....
    sthesh1 - Posted 67 months ago
  • Hey guys, thanks for the comments.... Well i can say that in light of ferraris woes they do have a new car which will be tested today...So heres hoping for the best.
    teamsr20 - Posted 67 months ago
  • K rite GP Brawn and Red Bull are the teams to beat this season but hey Maclaren is still developing that car, you'll never know watch the space... Atleast after 3 races we r 8 points ahead of Ferrari our rivals... I enjoyed the last race @ China though...
    sthesh1 - Posted 68 months ago
  • Hey gud people, haw ya all doing... Its Hamilton's season again...!!!!
    sthesh1 - Posted 69 months ago
  • heyta! thanx guyz 4 creatin this group.i luv f1 lyk krazy.now the season is about to get under way,hop we will see a lotta posts.ferrari affiliated!!!!!
    k-yotik - Posted 70 months ago
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    luvlee4u - Posted 72 months ago
  • A victory vital for Raikkonen''s title hopes Belgian GP - Ferrari - Preview 02/09/08 16:20 Felipe Massa should have won the Hungarian Grand Prix and did win the European Grand Prix last time out to move second in the championship standings, six points behind Lewis Hamilton. Kimi Raikkonen finished a fortunate third in Hungary and was suffering another difficult race in Valencia when his engine failed, the second such failure in two races for the Ferrari team. Raikkonen is third in the standings, 13 points adrift of the championship leader. Massa is chasing his second straight win this coming weekend at the Belgian Grand Prix while Raikkonen, something of a Spa Francorchamps specialist, is chasing his first win since Spain in April. Should Raikkonen take the chequered flag first in Belgium, the result would mark his fourth straight win at the sweeping circuit. Ferrari remain at the head of the constructors'' standings with 121 points, eight clear of rivals McLaren Mercedes. Kimi Raikkonen "We''re on the eve of one of the race weekends I really like. The Belgian GP is one of the highlights of the season and I usually obtain a good result at Spa. I need it more than ever after the results of the last races. The last race for example was one of those one should forget as fast as possible. It''s a shame to be involved in many negative stories, but these things happen: it wasn''t for the first time and it might not have been the last in my career. You just have to know how to cope with these situations. When I was in school it was never nice to get back home with a bad mark. The only thing you could do was working harder for the next time. Today the only thing I can do is to react to this negative situation." "After Valencia I trained at home in Switzerland and then I went to Monza for a day of testing. The tests went really well: we tested some new solutions and the overall package seems to have improved. Having said that, we only know how it will look on the track at the qualifying at Spa, because you never know how much fuel everybody has on board during the tests. I think that it will be a fierce fight; one test might not be enough to change the season''s overall trend." "I''ve only good memories of this race. Obviously it would be fantastic to win it for the fourth time in a row: considering that I haven''t won a race in several months, a success would help me to get back in the race for the title after the disappointment at Valencia. Last year we managed to find a good set up for the car during the second part of the season and we won several races. We have to do the same now, because we have to close the gap in the standings. It''s not impossible: 13 points are a lot, but last year I was 17 points behind the leader, with two races to go." "The outcome of the qualifying will be fundamental. Last year I gained the Pole and I hope to repeat it this year. At this circuit a good aero package is very important to face the numerous fast corners. The lap is very long and to have a good time you have to keep the right rhythm. I have to try to find a good set up during the Free Practice sessions on Friday and on Saturday morning and then I have to give it all in the Qualifying on Saturday afternoon. Whatever the outcome will be, it''s nice to race at Spa. It''s a very special feeling when you''re driving on this track. And it''s fantastic to drive here with a modern Formula One car with a really special atmosphere." "There will also be a special moment this weekend. On Thursday afternoon the stamp the Finnish post has issued for the World Championships, which I''ve won in 2007, will be presented at the Ferrari motorhome. That''s someth
    teamsr20 - Posted 75 months ago
  • Courtesy of F1-Live.com Ferrari to keep same drivers in 2009 Montezemolo confirms at Monza 30/08/08 15:01 Ferrari will field the same driver lineup in 2009, the Italian marque''s President Luca di Montezemolo said on Friday while visiting the final day of the Monza test. He was responding to the latest rumours that Spaniard Fernando Alonso could be drafted in to replace the struggling Kimi Raikkonen. When asked if Raikkonen will still be Felipe Massa''s teammate next year, Montezemolo is quoted as saying by La Gazzetta dello Sport: "Assolutamente si (absolutely yes)." "I have heard the criticisms of Kimi but a few bad races does not mean you are in crisis," he insisted. Raikkonen, 28, testing at Monza on Friday, appeared unsurprised by Montezemolo''s vote of confidence. "For me, nothing has changed. I have always had a contract (for 2009)," the Finn said, adding that "nothing in particular" was discussed in his meeting with the Ferrari President. Montezemolo met not only with Raikkonen at the Italian circuit, he also stopped in the paddock to warmly greet Alonso, and even said hello to Lewis Hamilton in the McLaren area. But the Italian was keen to dispel the latest theories that Alonso is honing in on a Ferrari contract: "I feel bad to see a great champion like him not among the top ten at Valencia. But as for Ferarri, he can relax. " Montezemolo agreed that Massa''s form indicates he is "ripe for the title," but refuses to write off the most highly-paid Ferrari driver. "No one should forget who is the World Champion, after he (Raikkonen) did what not many predicted, triumph in his first year (2007) with Ferrari." "Kimi is motivated and we must work hard to help him qualify higher, especially on all these new circuits that I do not like, and that are bad for F1: you cannot overtake, and nine times out of ten the winner is he who gets pole," Montezemolo said. He also played down talk that Massa can rely on ''number one'' treatment at least for the balance of his 2008 assault. "This is a theme from the old days of Lauda and Regazzoni," Montezemolo stated. "The lap times determine the hierarchy, not the President. Schumacher, Barrichello, Raikkonen or Massa: they were all racing for Ferrari."
    teamsr20 - Posted 76 months ago

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