|[Phantom A6] Wednesday, September 30, 2009 1:45:23 PM|| |
|Who's Alonso? Who's Ferrari?|
|[TIMBONI] Wednesday, September 30, 2009 1:18:48 PM|| |
Fernando Alonso will drive for Ferrari in 2010 with Kimi Raikkonen leaving the team.
The two-time former World Champion has agreed a three-year deal with the Maranello marque.
He will partner Felipe Massa, currently recovering from serious injury. Giancarlo Fisichella, who recently signed for the team as a stand-in for Massa, will take the role of reserve driver.
That means Raikkonen, World Champion in 2007, is left looking for another team
|[TIMBONI] Tuesday, September 29, 2009 11:54:33 AM|| |
Alonso set to sign five-year deal with Ferrari !
Fernando Alonso will sign a five-year contract with Ferrari worth €25 million (£23 million), according to Spanish media.
Media reports claim that Ferrari will make an announcement on Thursday and team boss Stefano Domenicali has all but confirmed the deal saying: "As soon as we are ready we will let you know. We don't want to wait too long."
Speculation is rife that Alonso's departure will lead to Kimi Raikkonen returning to McLaren while BMW driver Robert Kubica is expected partner Romain Grosjean at Renault next year.
|[TIMBONI] Thursday, September 03, 2009 11:41:06 AM|| |
Force India releases Fisichella to join Ferrari !
|[Deep Freeze] Wednesday, July 29, 2009 2:36:38 PM|| |
|[TIMBONI] Wednesday, July 29, 2009 2:32:43 PM|| |
|Here's the latest ! ! !|
ROME (AP) -- Seven-time Formula One champion Michael Schumacher is making a comeback for Ferrari to replace injured driver Felipe Massa.
Ferrari said Wednesday in a statement that the German had agreed to get back in the cockpit until Massa is fit to return. The next race is the European Grand Prix on Aug. 21-23 in Valencia, Spain.
|[Phantom A6] Saturday, July 04, 2009 6:08:42 AM|| |
|Five years?? Gawd, beware!! R.I.P. Ferrari!!|
Hi, Tim!! What's up with you and your team??
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|[TIMBONI] Friday, July 03, 2009 10:03:41 AM|| |
Not for the first time - and PF1 seriously doubts if it will be for the last time either - Ferrari have denied signing Fernando Alonso.
Earlier this week, Diario AS reported that Fernando Alonso would be heading to Ferrari next season, having signed a five-year contract.
The Spanish daily even went as far as to say that the Scuderia would be confirming the Spaniard on the Friday of the Italian GP weekend and would be including him in their post-season parties.
Ferrari, though, have denied the report.
|[TIMBONI] Tuesday, June 30, 2009 10:23:44 AM|| |
Ferrari will reportedly confirm the signing of Fernando Alonso at their home race, the Italian Grand Prix.
Rumours of his pending move to Ferrari have dogged Alonso for the past three years, however, instead of joining the Italian marque he spent the 2007 season at McLaren before returning to Renault.
But his days at Renault are reportedly numbered.
Spanish daily Diario AS is claiming that on the Friday of the Italian Grand Prix, Ferrari will confirm that Alonso will be joining them next season, having signed a five-year contract.
|[Phantom A6] Friday, April 17, 2009 6:19:10 PM|| |
|[Priestnut [Banned]] Friday, April 17, 2009 1:38:26 PM|| |
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|[TIMBONI] Friday, April 03, 2009 10:44:07 PM|| |
|But wait . . . . there's more !|
McLaren face being hauled before the World Motor Sport Council for the third time in under two years following their deception in the furore surrounding the Australian Grand Prix.
Sporting director Dave Ryan was made the sacrificial lamb by the team as he has been suspended for deliberately misleading race stewards investigating the chaos that unfolded last Sunday.
|[_strat_] Friday, April 03, 2009 1:19:05 AM|| |
|Gah!!! I dont know who to be pissed at more... Louis, for doing stupid shit, or FIA for watching his every move and looking for the tiniest screw-up.|
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|[Phantom A6] Thursday, April 02, 2009 10:20:40 AM|| |
|Just seven (!!) cars have used KERS in the race!!|
Both Brawn GP's, both Ferraris, both Williams
and one BMW (Quick Nick)!!
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|[Head banger] Thursday, April 02, 2009 7:13:15 AM|| |
|ah thanks. sorry, my spelling is no good and I was to lazy (or busy) to look it up.|
now I do recall hearing about a hybrid type system.
think it made the race more interesting last weekend.
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|[Phantom A6] Thursday, April 02, 2009 6:18:38 AM|| |
|KERS is a new pursuit system that works for|
a max of 6.6 seconds with a power of 80PS!!
It's a electric system that lives from a battery.
After 6.6 seconds the battery is low and needs
energy supply. Every time the pilots useing
their brakes KERS get enough energy back to
work again in the next lap for 6.6 seconds again.
|[_strat_] Thursday, April 02, 2009 6:17:00 AM|| |
|Aha... I looked it up... Just goes to show that Canuck is one weird language.|
Yup... From what I get it has something to do with enviromentalism? Maybe they want to make up for all those emmissions that went into the air when Lauda crashed?
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|[_strat_] Thursday, April 02, 2009 1:34:33 AM|| |
|Currs? Sorry, no idea what that is.|
I did read somewhere that they allowed something new on the front wings, although they generaly made the rules regarding wings stricter. But... They lifted the ban on slick tyres from 1998.
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