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April 17th, 2013
Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali has hailed Marussia driver Jules Bianchi’s “great” start to the season.
April 1st, 2013
McLaren boss Martin Whitmarsh says he has been impressed with Sergio Perez’s attitude amid a difficult start to the 2013 Formula 1 season for the British squad. The Mexican driver joined McLaren for this year, replacing Lewis Hamilton after spending two seasons with Sauber. Perez claimed at the end of last year that he saw no reason why he could not immediately fight for the title with McLaren, but its car struggles have meant he has scored just two points in the first two races.
March 1st, 2013
Marussia team boss John Booth said the squad had to drop Luiz Razia having previously released Timo Glock in order to secure its financial future . AUTOSPORT revealed earlier on Friday that Jules Bianchi would replace Razia for the 2013 Formula 1 season as the Brazilian’s backers had missed the deadline for a second payment
February 19th, 2013
A Ferrari Formula 1 test drive will again be awarded to the winner of the Formula 3 European Championship this year.
January 22nd, 2013
Raffaele Marciello will, as expected, remain with Prema Powerteam for this year’s European Formula 3 championship. The 18-year-old Italian finished second in last year’s points and third in the Euro Series, which ran largely concurrently.
September 12th, 2012
Jules Bianchi has admitted that he will need to remain ‘totally focused’ when he switches from Ferrari to Force India for the second day of Formula 1′s young driver test at Magny-Cours on Wednesday. Bianchi has been a member of the Ferrari Driver Academy since 2009 and was fastest on the opening day of the test . But the Frenchman has also spent 2012 as Force India’s reserve driver and has already tested the VJM05 at Jerez and Mugello this year.
September 9th, 2012
Sergio Perez played down the prospect of his second place in the Italian Grand Prix moving him closer to taking a Ferrari seat for the 2013 season. Sauber’s impressive Mexican is part of the Ferrari Driver Academy and has been linked with Felipe Massa’s place in the Maranello team for much of the year
June 14th, 2012
Ferrari believes that Sergio Perez’s return to form in the Canadian Grand Prix was helped by him learning to tame his aggression. Up until last weekend’s race in Montreal, the Mexican had not scored a point since he finished runner-up to Fernando Alonso at the Malaysian Grand Prix back in March.
March 25th, 2012
Felipe Massa said that he does not feel under any more pressure at Ferrari as a result of Sergio Perez’s second-placed finish at the Malaysian Grand Prix. Sauber driver Perez, who is part of the Ferrari Driver Academy, put race-long pressure on the Italian squad’s lead driver Fernando Alonso and eventually finished 2.3 seconds behind to claim the first podium finish of his Formula 1 career. The Mexican finished over 1.5 minutes ahead of the Brazilian.
March 12th, 2012
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has re-ignited the customer car debate by claiming it would help facilitate the return of an Italian presence to the Formula 1 grid. Di Montezemolo and Ferrari have been staunch advocates of the idea of third cars, saying as recently as November that their support was in the interests of the sport in general . Speaking to Gazzetta , the Ferrari president said it would also be an ideal way of promoting an Italian presence on the F1 grid
February 17th, 2012
Ferrari protege Raffaele Marciello will fill the fourth and final seat in Prema Powerteam’s 2012 F3 Euro Series line-up. The 17-year-old Italian is part of the Ferrari Driver Academy programme, and has already competed with Prema in Italian Formula 3, taking third in last season’s championship, and in the International/British round at Spa. Team boss Angelo Rosin said Marciello had already made impressive progress and was ready to move up to an international category
November 6th, 2011
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has warned that his team’s continued presence in Formula 1 is dependent on major changes to the rules – as he declared it would not back down over technical regulations, testing rules and third cars. Speaking at Ferrari’s World Finals event at Mugello, and amid continued discussions over both F1′s next Concord Agreement and the position of the Formula One Teams’ Association (FOTA) as questions about the Resource Restriction Agreement persist, di Montezemolo said Ferrari would stick to its guns over the issues – and underlined his belief that F1′s rulemakers could not afford to squeeze Ferrari out. “Formula 1 is still our life, but without Ferrari there is no Formula 1, just as without Formula 1 Ferrari would be different,” said di Montezemolo.
October 24th, 2011
Runaway British Formula Ford champion Scott Malvern, Formula Renault 3.5 race-winner Kevin Korjus and Ferrari protege Brandon Maisano head the list of newcomers in GP3 testing at Catalunya this week.
September 16th, 2011
Sergio Perez has completed his first test for Ferrari, after getting half a day’s running in the 2009 F60 car at Fiorano on Thursday. The test formed part of the Ferrari Driver Academy programme, of which Perez is a member, with the Italian outfit eager to help develop the next wave of young drivers that are coming into the sport.
March 22nd, 2011
Alex Brundle topped the first Formula 2 test of the season on Silverstone’s Grand Prix circuit this afternoon. The 20-year-old son of ex-Formula 1 racer and BBC commentator Martin Brundle set a best time of 1m50.221s in the overboost-enabled afternoon session, finishing almost 0.3 seconds ahead of former GP3 racer Miki Monras
December 23rd, 2010
Ferrari test driver Jules Bianchi has re-signed for the ART team in GP2 as he bids to improve on a challenging 2010 campaign. The Frenchman was a front-runner this year, finishing third overall in the standings despite being temporarily forced out of action mid-season when he fractured a vertebrae in a crash at the Hungaroring
December 15th, 2010
Mirko Bortolotti and Daniel Zampieri have lost their places in the Ferrari Driver Academy. The two Italians were among the young driver development scheme’s first recruits, along with Jules Bianchi, last year, but Ferrari says it will not be continuing with its support for them. Bortolotti first came to Ferrari’s attention when he set an impressive pace during his Formula 1 prize test after winning the Italian Formula 3 Championship in 2008.
December 13th, 2010
Brazilian Nicola Costa will become the latest driver to join the Ferrari Driver Academy. The 19-year-old from Rio de Janeiro won the Formula Future Fiat championship last weekend and thus will become a part of Ferrari’s training programme for young drivers. The championship, created this season, is backed by Felipe Massa.
October 8th, 2010
Ferrari has announced that Sauber’s new recruit for 2011, Sergio Perez, is to join its young driver programme.
May 29th, 2010
Fernando Alonso admitted he was surprised by his lack of pace after failing to reach the top ten in qualifying for the Turkish Grand Prix. The Ferrari driver missed the cut to go into Q3 and will start from a disappointing 12th position.