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2008-12-18 17:43:55

Italian automaker Ferrari drove a different circuit in 2008 than other car companies, claiming its best year ever in sales, earnings and profits. Chairman Luca Cordero di Montezemolo said the company was due for a strong year in 2009 because, there will always be someone crazy enough to buy a Ferrari, ANSA news agency reported Thursday. Today, I'm sure we can still find 6,000 crazy enough to buy our annual output, he said. Ferrari's parent company Fiat, however, is struggling and may have to...

2006-08-26 10:41:31

By Alan Baldwin ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Spanish stand-in Pedro de la Rosa can expect to compete in the last four races of the Formula One season after Sunday's Turkish Grand Prix, McLaren team boss Ron Dennis said on Saturday. "Definitely Monza and most likely the rest of the season," Dennis told reporters on Saturday when asked about De la Rosa's future. The Spanish test driver was promoted to the race seat at the French Grand Prix in July after Colombian Juan Pablo Montoya's...

2006-08-24 08:32:05

By Alan Baldwin ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Fernando Alonso believes Renault will be more than a match for Formula One rivals Ferrari for the rest of the season despite being stripped of a performance-boosting damper device. The world champion shrugged off an appeal court's decision to back the International Automobile Federation, the sport's governing body, and ban the 'mass damper' used by the title-winning team since September last year. "We accept the decision, as is logical, and we...

2006-08-06 14:14:46

By Alan Baldwin BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Briton Jenson Button raced through the rain to seize an emotional first Formula One victory in a Hungarian Grand Prix thriller on Sunday. "Over the last 10 laps, I just didn't want the race to end," said the Honda driver, a winner at last after one of the longest waits in the sport's history. "I wanted it to go on forever, I was loving it. "What a day. It's been amazing. Coming through from 14th place, I couldn't have done it a better way."...

2006-08-03 09:37:50

By Alan Baldwin BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Australian Mark Webber was confident he would find a new Formula One drive next season after Williams decided to replace him with Austrian Alexander Wurz for 2007. "Everything's under control," he told a Hungarian Grand Prix news conference on Thursday. "Obviously Flavio's looking after things at the moment. We've got a few plates spinning out there and we'll see how they come down." The highly-rated 29-year-old is managed by Renault team boss...

2006-07-30 10:56:58

By Alan Baldwin HOCKENHEIM, Germany (Reuters) - Ferrari's Michael Schumacher blasted the Formula One title race wide open on Sunday with a commanding one-two victory in his home German Grand Prix. While the 37-year-old celebrated the 89th victory of his incredible career, serenaded by air-horns and his jubilant army of red-shirted fans, Renault's world champion Fernando Alonso limped home fifth. The Spaniard's overall lead was slashed from 17 points to 11, leaving his championship...

2006-07-03 03:23:55

By Steve Keating INDIANAPOLIS (Reuters) - Formula One left Indianapolis on Monday, hoping for a return next year but knowing its future in America remains in doubt. The U.S. Grand Prix, a race that disintegrated into a six-car fiasco in 2005, attracted an estimated 130,000 fans on Sunday as Ferrari's Michael Schumacher roared to a record fifth victory at the Brickyard. Sunday's checkered flag also signaled the end of the current contract and the start of tough negotiations between...

2006-07-02 15:25:26

By Steve Keating INDIANAPOLIS (Reuters) - Michael Schumacher won the U.S. Grand Prix on Sunday in a Ferrari one-two that slammed the brakes on Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso's run of success. Schumacher's 87th career win, from pole position and ahead of Brazilian team mate Felipe Massa, trimmed Alonso's overall championship lead to 19 points after 10 of the season's 18 races. Alonso's fifth place finish ended a run of four wins and 15 consecutive podium finishes for the...

2006-07-02 15:02:01

By Steve Keating INDIANAPOLIS (Reuters) - Michael Schumacher won the U.S. Grand Prix on Sunday in a Ferrari one-two that slammed the brakes on Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso's run of success. Schumacher's 87th career win, from pole position and ahead of Brazilian team mate Felipe Massa, trimmed Spaniard Alonso's overall championship lead to 19 points after 10 of the season's 18 races. Alonso now has 88 points to Schumacher's 69. The Renault driver, ending a run of four...

2006-07-01 15:16:56

By Steve Keating INDIANAPOLIS (Reuters) - Michael Schumacher seized pole position for the U.S. Grand Prix on Saturday with Ferrari sweeping the front row to end world champion Fernando Alonso's run of five successive poles. Schumacher, celebrating his third pole of the season and 67th of his career, was joined by Brazilian team mate Felipe Massa as the Italian team locked out their rivals. Renault's championship leader Alonso could qualify only fifth. Four times a winner at...