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Faith, Hope, Instinct And Reason!

April 3, 2006 · Posted by staffFerrari
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Hi all!The weekend at Melbourne was one that we would want to forget. However,  I'm sure Ferrari have memories of that weekend lurking in their minds, so that they know they must improve and we, as fans,  need to remember Melbourne so we can look back at it years from now and recollect how Ferrari made a come-back.That is Hope. Hope that arises out of Faith. A Faith that we have in Ferrari and what it has meant to us all these years. A Faith that we've put in Michael Schumacher, in Ross Brawn, in Jean Todt and every single person that contributes to what Ferrari is today. Faith in the entire process that is in place.Instinct leads me to believe that in Imola, things will change. I have been wrong about Malaysia and about Australia, but I still believe come Europe, things will be better for us. How much better? That remains to be seen. Facts may not endorse that hope as the last couple of races haven't gone the way we hoped. Our flexing wings have been removed and the tyre situation doesnt seem to be that good atleast for us. However, what we believe, our hope and our instincts are sometimes a little more powerful than reason. And that's the best thing about life. So lets hold on to that hope and lets have the belief that Ferrari will strike back, will climb that mountain and reach the top!Thanks for reading,ciao,-Dilip.

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  • Tuesday, 24 Feb 2009 10:39 by
    Hope springs eternal, Dilip. :o)
  • Tuesday, 24 Feb 2009 10:39 by
    Dilip thanks for writing but sorry I don't think that Ferrari decided to remove the flexing wings because of the complains of the other teams.It's been a specific development for the aerodynamics point of view.I neither think that our hopes are stronger that the reason.U surely saw how the 248F1 was competitive in Barhain and yesterday aftert the first pit stop before of the crash against the wall.Ferrari is strong and fast enough to make us to look foward with optimism the beginning of the european season.Let's forget Melbourne the future will be completely different!! Ciao and see u ))
  • Tuesday, 24 Feb 2009 10:39 by
    Alas,my friend, a car is only the produce of reason... Rumors say that the 248 in Imola will have had so many chages that it should be considered a new car...but only rumors. Have you noticed that after three races there has still been no mention of the development potential of this car? You can't even call it a fiasco, because a fiasco can always be filled up with Toscana wine.... And don't blame the tyres, the tyres only do what the car does to them! or perhaps they should disconnect the video games from that small screen the drivers have behind the steering wheel... X.
  • Tuesday, 24 Feb 2009 10:39 by
    Dilip, we were told last week by an engineer that they will drive with less power to save the engines - so we were only disappoointed by the fault of MS - and he said it was his fault! Felipe had back luck with Christian...
  • Tuesday, 24 Feb 2009 10:39 by
    No just rumors say that.Ross Brawn was the first one to talk about a big step foward at Imola that will be introduced on the 248F1.Aerodinamics,engine,chassis will be improved.The test made at Vallelunga confirmed that the potential of the car is excellent.U ll see Xeno the 248F1 will really start flying :))
  • Tuesday, 24 Feb 2009 10:39 by
    It is sixteen days since you started your blog D! The number of accumulated posts here shows how much care you take of your blog! If you start something, you have to stick to it and follow up at least once, if not more, a day! I do not have the impression you are doing that, my Friend... X.
  • Tuesday, 24 Feb 2009 10:39 by
    And three days ago Weber (German not Australian) was seen talking to Briatore... When asked what it was about he answered: it was briatore who started it, don't blame me! bUT OF COURSE IT WAS NOT TRUE: IT WAS wEBER WHO WENT TO ASK bRIATORE HOW HE MANAGED TO KEEP HIS PENNIES WHEN aLONSO NEGOCIATED BEHIND HIS BACK.... Sorry, +"*ç% caps lock X.

 

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