The late Jules Bianchi was destined for a future race seat at Ferrari. That is the claim of the Maranello team's former boss Stefano Domenicali, as the F1 world mourns the talented 25-year-old Frenchman's tragic death. Bianchi, who was 25 when ... Top Car, 1 month ago
Aug.20 (GMM/Inautonews.com) Sergio Perez on Thursday said he has no concerns about the safety of his Force India car. In Hungary, both the Mexican and his teammate Nico Hulkenberg suffered catastrophic failures aboard their otherwise more ...Inautonews, 1 week ago
Is Ferrari falling apart? Key members of its team have jumped ship in the past two years, including chief engineer Roberto Fedeli, who defected to BMW, Formula 1 boss Stefano Domenicali, who is now at Audi, and vehicle concept mastermind Philippe ...Automobile Magazine, 1 week ago
A moment of silence, in the remembrance of fallen Formula One driver, Jules Bianchi. The 25 year-old Frenchman who was racing for Marussia F1 team known also as Manor GP, when on October 5th, 2014 at the Japanese Gran Prix, he lost control of the ...AutoBuzz.my, 1 month ago Tragic crash put an end to Ferrari plan for Bianchi BDlive, 1 month ago Jules' car number retired by FIA as mark of respect Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago Wheels24.co.za | Ferrari: Bianchi could've replaced Kimi Wheels24, 1 month ago
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel took all the plaudits after producing a dominant drive to win an incident-packed race at the Hungaroring, but it was Jules Bianchi who was at the centre of everybody's thoughts in Budapest and around the world of motor ...SportsPro Media, 1 month ago 'Ciao Jules': Formula 1 says goodbye BBC, 1 month ago
(ANSAmed) - DETROIT, JULY 24 - Former Ferrari supremo Luca Cordero di Montezemolo climaxed his illustrious sport management career Friday when he was inducted in a surprise ceremony into the automobile "hall of fame," in the US motor capital, ...ANSAmed, 1 month ago Bianchi 'would have replaced Raikkonen at Ferrari' Capital Radio Malawi, 1 month ago Bianchi was 'future Ferrari driver' BBC, 1 month ago
Jun.15 (GMM/Inautonews.com) F1 legend Gerhard Berger has criticised the decision to cancel a recent Formula 3 race at historic Monza. The decision was taken after a spate of terrifying wheel-to-wheel crashes, but Berger thinks it was the wrong ...Inautonews, 2 months ago
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