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  1. Agent Smith

    Agent Smith Formula 3

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    Vasseur isn’t playing around. And I’m here for it. Would love nothing more than see them back on top of the championship. It’s overdue.
     
  2. jpalmito

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    Serra is a very valuable addition.
    Lots of Mercedes golden era knowledges.
     
  3. TonyL

    TonyL F1 Rookie

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    I hope you are right in your prediction. To many cooks spoil the broth is the old saying, if Newey does go to SF [unlikely but possible] then you may just have a serious conflict on the design route.

    best
    tony
     
  4. jpalmito

    jpalmito F1 Veteran

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    Everyone in Italy is saying Newey to Ferrari is a done deal.
    Smokescreen ?
     
  5. Bas

    Bas Four Time F1 World Champ

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    problem is no one knows anything. It's all based of 1 single person starting a rumor and the self important dickheads with a twitter account or perhaps even a writers credit on a F1 news site don't want to miss out on any clicks so they all run the same story that someone invented.

    Yes some of these people are correct in some of their "inside scoops" but that's only because once you predict just about every single thing happening, you'll likely be correct on a few of them eventually.
     
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  6. SS454

    SS454 Formula 3

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    Lots of new pictures of the updated Ferrari floating around. I found this one interesting.

    It appears they have smoothed out and potentially reduced the height of the tunnels, but have lowered the floor edge that is infront of the floor stay. Plus the big gap will certainly play a role with the airflow around the diffuser. Perhaps improving the expansion, or maybe helps seal the area and/or reduces the turbulence from the rear tires.

    Any time they play with the height of the floors, you have to wonder if porpoising will be an issue. TBD.

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  7. jgonzalesm6

    jgonzalesm6 Two Time F1 World Champ
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    Ferrari's looks to retain its historic payment in the next Concorde Agreement.....but the amount of money it receives will now be capped.
     
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  8. DF1

    DF1 Two Time F1 World Champ

    Please stop talking Fred. Based on the deployment issues Charles described you are being a bit idiotic at this point. Will you say the same thing if qualy goes bad at Monaco LOL.

    Vasseur: Ferrari win possible at Imola with 1-2 in qualifying
     
  9. Anthony_Ferrari

    Anthony_Ferrari Formula 3

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    He's not wrong. A Ferrari win was possible, just not likely and it didn't happen. It's possible that Charles will lap the whole field at Monaco!
     
  10. DF1

    DF1 Two Time F1 World Champ

    Too late to be wrong when the event is over. Too late and needless chatter. Press lacking any real stories as well. The same situation very much applies to Monaco and more so , actually! Get it right. Stop looking back.
     
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  11. DF1

    DF1 Two Time F1 World Champ

    It’s not much for Kerbs lol. Good idea??


    Ferrari could switch to Red Bull’s F1 suspension concept for Hamilton’s arrival
    Ferrari’s acceptance that upgrades are bringing diminishing returns has prompted suggestions it may elect for a major change of direction with its 2025 Formula 1 car for Lewis Hamilton’s arrival.

    Sources have suggested that Ferrari’s designers have understood some key aspects that would deliver gains for the 2025 car and that may make a big difference in that tight fight with Red Bull and McLaren.

    One area of interest is that, after years of doing its own thing, Ferrari could be poised for a switch to pull-rod front suspension – with an idea of getting ahead of the game on this aspect considering it would likely make the switch in 2026 anyway.
     
  12. jpalmito

    jpalmito F1 Veteran

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    Vasseur is the Man.
    Period.
     
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  13. jpalmito

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    Interesting interview ( in French) from Fred yesterday.
    His mindset is crystal clear for the future.
     
  14. DF1

    DF1 Two Time F1 World Champ

    Sainz laughs off rumours his 2025 F1 contract is signed
    Carlos Sainz insists that nothing is “locked in” for his Formula 1 future yet, as he says reports of him signing his 2025 deal simply make him laugh.
     
  15. steved033

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    News isn't' news anymore, baseless speculation is news.
     
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  16. DF1

    DF1 Two Time F1 World Champ

    The non news, speculation has always existed. No it has more outlets and brain dead believers lol
     
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  17. steved033

    steved033 F1 Veteran
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    It has more creators of rubbish too... (unless that's what you mean by outlets)
     
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  18. DF1

    DF1 Two Time F1 World Champ

    Yes I do. All can start rumor, sound authoritative and mention sources and it spreads faster than can be controlled. AI is the gutter engine of this now as well.
     
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  19. steved033

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    Glue on pizza was started by Enzo Ferrari himself.
     
  20. jcurry

    jcurry Two Time F1 World Champ
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    He won’t be laughing when the music stops and he is left standing
     
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  21. DF1

    DF1 Two Time F1 World Champ

    Sainz not ready to decide F1 future amid Williams flattery
    Carlos Sainz says he appreciates Williams boss James Vowles pushing like mad to get him, but insists he is not ready to decide on his Formula 1 future just yet.

    “Right now, my head is too focused on every weekend that we're doing. Weekend in, weekend out, I'm fighting for podiums or wins. So it's very difficult to put your mind in the future when you have such an important weekend coming up all the time.

    “I'm going to need some time to sit down with my management, with myself, have a conversation with myself and then decide where I want to go. But right now, there's nothing decided.”

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  22. jpalmito

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  23. Giallo 550

    Giallo 550 Formula 3

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    Thank you for the pictures, Mathieu. What did you order for lunch?
     
  24. jpalmito

    jpalmito F1 Veteran

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    Antipasti misti ( prosciutto crudo, melone, mozzarella) for the starter
    Then a mix of two kind of pasta (absolutely stunning)
    And a tiramisu as a dessert
    Espresso
    Everything was subtle and tasty.
    People working in the restaurant very kind and serviables ( very different let’s say in Paris or French Riviera)
    All in all a very pleasant experience ;)

    Ps : Fred Vasseur was there too ( no kidding)
    Smiling all around..
    I was wondering talking to him about Montréal disaster but i was too happy to spoil my happiness today ..;):p
     
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