Ferrari will use the Toyota wind tunnel in Cologne.
Rumors circulate that perhaps Luca di Montezemolo wants Bernie Ecclestone's job or does he just feel that the boss of F1 is past his prime?
Looks like Ferrari boss Luca di Montezemolo has an eye on German super champion Sebastian Vettel. It's not a question of 'if', but 'when'...
While in Sao Paulo to announce Pirelli's commitment to the Brazilian Stock Car series, Hembery commented on the new 2013 F1 Pirelli tyres: "The walls flex a little more."
Nicolas Todt, manager of Jules Bianchi believes the Frenchman will land the Sahara Force India seat. "I think Jules has a real chance but nothing is done."
Fernando Alonso feels that Ferrari needs to step up their ability to be more competitive.
Helmut Marko claims that Ferrari has hurt their chance of luring Sebastian Vettel into the cockpit of the Prancing Horse.
Sporting director for McLaren gives early prediction of pecking order next season. Believes battle will be between McLaren, Ferrari, and of course Red Bull.
Luca di Montezemolo didn’t hide his satisfaction for a year that has seen Ferrari as a major player not only in Formula 1 and in Gran Turismo – where the 458 GT has secured a hoard of titles – but also in car markets all over the world.
History repeating for Vettel and Red Bull Racing as FIA Prize Giving Gala honors and celebrates the three-consecutive time Formula One champion driver and team. Alonso and Räikkönen also reap rewards.