Barely looked in control of that, I'm sure after a few more laps he'd get there but shows how difficult those cars wereFerrari making hay while the sun shines in italy...
.Ferrari’s lockdown of the Monza circuit in Italy on Friday for a top-secret filming day has fuelled intrigue about its upgrade push for Formula 1’s Spanish Grand Prix.www.motorsport.com
and while i'm here, this is a cool video from the anniversary of Giles death...
f1 blocked the youtube retweet, but its from this page:
Ride onboard as Charles Leclerc drives Gilles Villeneuve's 1979 Ferrari 312 T4, as the team mark the 40th anniversary of the Canadian Formula 1 star's tragic death at the 1982 Belgian Grand Prix.www.formula1.com
at 1m25s mark he's into the hairpin and then its like a rally car on the exit... no wonder the villeneuve classic photo was:Barely looked in control of that, I'm sure after a few more laps he'd get there but shows how difficult those cars were
Or did they?Because they binned Masi.
I’m not clicking the sun article, but I’m guessing it’s not as race director?Or did they?
FIA chief Mohammed ben Sulayem has hinted that disgraced race director Michael Masi could RETURN to F1. Australian Masi was axed from his position in February due to the role he played in the contr…www.thesun.co.uk
Mind, he was well known for sending cars out with marshals still on the track.I’m not clicking the sun article, but I’m guessing it’s not as race director?
Worth remembering he did a lot more than race director, probably too much which would have left him spread too thin when it came to ‘that moment’. Think he was well respected in terms of the track safety work he did for example.