I've read a few articles recently about what's going on at Ferrari. There are worrying things happening: 1) The circumstances surrounding Michael's departure - did he jump or was he pushed? 2) Stepneygate. Why was Stepney, a previously loyal and valued team member, tempted to betray Ferrari? 3) At Fuji how did Ferrari become the only team on the wrong tyres. I knew they were supposed to be on full wets, why didn't they? 4) There is talk of a 'night of the long knives' when Luca di Montezemolo will get rid of Jean Todt and probably a few others as he wants Ferrari to be 'more Italian'. Here's a section from an interesting article by Dr Mike Lawrence. The whole article can be found here: http://www.pitpass.com/fes_php/pitpass_feature_item.php?fes_art_id=33031 Earlier in the article Mike criticises Max Mosley and praises all things Italian. Here's a quote: Is he right? My view: This year Ferrari have built a great car. I think the team misses Ross Brawn a great deal. Schumacher and Brawn were an awesome team as Ross would see an opportunity and Michael would have the ability to take full advantage of it. Ferrari need to get more organised again and they need somebody at the top to earn respect and keep control. I haven't been to an F1 race for a couple of years and I am no longer in contact with any of the Ferrari team. The thing that always impressed me when I did used to spend time with them was their great love and respect for Schumacher. They would do anything for him as they knew he'd do the same for them. I can't help but feel they will be slightly less motivated by Kimi. Kimi is a great driver. Michael was a great driver and a great leader. Can Ferrari be successful in the next 5 years?