Tomorrow, the Scuderia Ferrari drivers will enjoy another day relaxing in the mountains, while team principal Stefano Domenicali will be on call for one of the many press conferences.
Madonna di Campiglio –Tuesday at Wrooom will come to an end under the lights of a spectacular torchlight procession. The Philip Morris International Press Ski Meeting got underway yesterday on the slopes of Madonna di Campiglio, with the Scuderia Ferrari drivers and their Ducati Team colleagues meeting up with the specialist media for the twenty third edition of this event, regarded as a curtain raiser to both the Formula 1 and MotoGP seasons.
Both drivers have a fleet of brightly painted Fiat Freemont cars to shuttle between the glamorous and elegant Chalet Fiat, at an altitude of two thousand metres and the main area of the event. In fact, it was from Fiat’s “winter home” that the Fiat Top Ski Schools Project got underway last December, when the Freemont was again in action, alongside 640 experts from 14 of the top Italian ski schools.
Tomorrow, the Scuderia Ferrari drivers will enjoy another day relaxing in the mountains, while team principal Domenicali will be on call for one of the many press conferences, which today got underway with the riders from the two-wheeled team.