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Monday, September 29, 2008

Luca di Montezemolo no fan of Singapore

It was a difficult day for the Prancing Horse, but Luca Cordero di Montezemolo has not lost faith in his team.

“The car is the best one around, Massa is the best and I hope Raikkonen can show his world-champion class in the last few races. Then, we'll see what happens at the end,” the Ferrari head honcho is quoted by La Gazzetta dello Sport.

And while many praised Formula One’s first race under the lights, di Montezemolo had harsh words for the event.

“Of course, when you race on a track that would work better as a circus rink or something along those lines, anything can happen, because the real show was put on yesterday by the safety car,” he said. “This is humiliating for the F1 world. During the next few weeks, I would like discuss this with all the other teams.”

Schumacher manager sentenced, fined

Long-time Michael Schumacher manager Willi Weber received a year of probation and a 720,000 Euro fine by a German court, Bild newspaper reports according to F1-Live.com.

Weber was found guilty of improperly moving the money and assets of his now defunct Pole Position Marketing.

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ha! I hope Ferrari wins this one next year, just to hear what Luca says then.
Chris

Anonymous said...

And speaking of "circus rinks", let's include that little twinkle-light display in the Ferrari pit-box.
Chris

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