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GP d'Europa - European GP

July 20, 2007 · Posted by staffFerrari
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Ciao a tutti! anch'io faccio ammenda per la mia latitanza, con tutti voi per prima cosa. E poi direi di riprendere le buone abitudini: ovvero di "tifare" insieme attraveso il blog, in tempo reale durante i week end di Gran Premio! Come tutti sapete, infatti, la redazione lavora il venerdì, il sabato e la domenica in "tempo reale" durante il GP, quindi teneteci compagnia. Per oggi vi rimando soltanto ai risultati delle prove libere, ma non dirò altro, per scaramanzia... a domani! Sarah---  --- --- Dear all,Apologies for not being around recently, but now let's resume our good old habits by way of "shouting" together via the blog in real-time over the GP's weekend!In fact as you all know, we here at the newsroom work on Friday, Saturday and Sunday in real-time during the GP - so please keep us company. For now I'll send you off for the results of the Free Practice and I don't want to say more out of superstition.....until tomorrow!Sarah
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Welcome back, Kimi

July 2, 2007 · Posted by staffFerrari
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An indispensable victory, for the whole team - which has worked so hard over the last few weeks - for the drivers’ moral - especially for Kimi Raikkonen’s - and also for you, the tifosi, who longed for a victory over the last weeks. But please let me say – without polemicising at all - that it needed a victory like that also for all those, who archived this season a bit too early, who thought this season had already ended, a season to forget, just like Kimi Raikkonen, “burned out” before the half-time of the season…. Apropos, something else comes to my mind in this context, which is almost as fitting: the stories about Valentino Rossi, who is considered to be past his peak, distracted by personal events, almost at the verge of retirement. What is it that these people never hush? Because there is this tendency – alas typical of a certain kind of our media - delivering a verdict as soon as there are the tiniest problems. Do you remember the last year with Michael Schumacher? After the first half of the season, it was the same story: the championship already completed and the title presented to Alonso; but then there was Michael’s incredible comeback and he was praised to the skies. Well, this year’s championship is definitely going uphill, with McLaren under pressure, BMW and Renault growing from race to race; but I can assure you that the capacity of our guys and Kimi’s and Felipe’s desire to win will guarantee that the game is not over yet – and we will see the affirmation already at the upcoming weekend!
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