We can win them all - Montezemolo

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Linked from http://www.f1-live.com/f1/en/headlines/news/detail/070809130409.shtml --- It was a long and intensive reunion Wednesday morning at the Ferrari motor sports department. Ferrari President Luca di Montezemolo went to see CEO Jean Todt and the Scuderia's management to discuss the situation in the F1 Championship after two thirds of the season. During the meeting the season was analyzed and the positive aspects underlined but also the negative aspects were touched upon - such as the...Read Full Story

Todt calls for Ferrari podium charge

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Linked from http://www.f1-live.com/f1/en/headlines/news/detail/070806162310.shtml --- Ferrari boss Jean Todt has admitted that his team must be near perfect for the remainder of the season if they are to challenge for championship honours. Kimi Raikkonen claimed second place in the Hungarian Grand Prix but Brazilian Felipe Massa could only manage 13th after a qualifying blunder gave him too much ground to make up in Sunday's race. Raikkonen is now 20 points behind driver's championship...Read Full Story

CAN FERRARI STILL WIN THE TITLE?

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Linked from http://www.itv-f1.com/Feature.aspx?Type=General&PO_ID=40172 --- After two consecutive crushing wins for Kimi Raikkonen, it looked like Ferrari had the momentum going into the European Grand Prix and that McLaren would be under pressure to hang on to its championship lead. But then Fernando Alonso halted Ferrari's run with his hard-earned victory, and with Raikkonen retiring, McLaren's position appeared to be strengthened. Expert analyst Mark Hughes examines the events of the...Read Full Story

Todt: McLaren used data to limit Ferrari performance

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Linked from http://www.formula1.com/news/headlines/2007/7/6553.html --- McLaren’s chief designer Mike Coughlan had access to leaked Ferrari data prior to the start of the 2007 season which prompted the team’s subsequent request for FIA clarification over the use of ‘moveable’ floors. That is the claim of Ferrari boss Jean Todt, after his rivals escaped sanction in last week’s World Motor Sport Council hearing. The Council agreed that McLaren were in possession of Ferrari data, but chose not...Read Full Story

Ferrari: lack of McLaren penalty ‘incomprehensible’

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Linked from http://www.formula1.com/news/headlines/2007/7/6542.html --- Ferrari have hit out at the FIA’s decision not to punish McLaren after the British team were found in breach of the International Sporting Code for possessing confidential documents belonging to their Italian rivals. The FIA’s World Motor Sport Council opted not to impose a penalty as it could find no evidence that McLaren had made use of the data, which was found in the hands of the team’s chief designer, Mike Coughlan...Read Full Story