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Sep 9, 2014

Analysis: Ferrari and McLaren have a hard road ahead

LONDON (Reuters) – Ferrari and McLaren, historically Formula One’s two most successful teams, have had little to cheer about on the track of late and it could be some time before things get much better.

If there is less evident concern at Woking than in Maranello, that is because McLaren feel they now have the main pieces of the puzzle in place whereas Ferrari have plenty of uncertainty ahead of them.

Sep 9, 2014

Motor racing: Ferrari and McLaren have a hard road ahead

LONDON (Reuters) – Ferrari and McLaren, historically Formula One’s two most successful teams, have had little to cheer about on the track of late and it could be some time before things get much better.

If there is less evident concern at Woking than in Maranello, that is because McLaren feel they now have the main pieces of the puzzle in place whereas Ferrari have plenty of uncertainty ahead of them.

Sep 9, 2014
Sep 9, 2014

Ferrari and McLaren have a hard road ahead

LONDON (Reuters) – Ferrari and McLaren, historically Formula One’s two most successful teams, have had little to cheer about on the track of late and it could be some time before things get much better.

If there is less evident concern at Woking than in Maranello, that is because McLaren feel they now have the main pieces of the puzzle in place whereas Ferrari have plenty of uncertainty ahead of them.

Sep 9, 2014
Sep 9, 2014
Sep 8, 2014
Sep 8, 2014

Rosberg error hands Hamilton victory in Italy

MONZA Italy (Reuters) – Lewis Hamilton battled back from a troubled start to win the Italian Grand Prix on Sunday after Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg cracked under pressure and saw his Formula One championship lead cut to 22 points.

Rosberg, whose 29th lap mistake at the first chicane cost him the lead and the race, finished second as dominant Mercedes celebrated a first one-two since Austria in June and their seventh in 13 races.

Sep 7, 2014

Ferrari lick wounds after bad day at home

MONZA Italy (Reuters) – Ferrari felt the pain on Sunday after emerging with just two points from a hard day in front of their home fans at the Italian Grand Prix.

Fernando Alonso had started the day as the only driver to score in every race this season but his involvement ended after 29 laps when he pulled over and parked up with a problem with the car’s energy recovery system.

Sep 7, 2014
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