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    Thank you

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    “Simone Resta going back to Ferrari as new technical director” – Carlo Vanzini

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    F1, Ferrari 675: visible changes to be made to the suspension

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    Having Resta as TD is excellent news , with Vasseur having to focus as TP.
    The restructure has already begun.
    "If someone said to me that you can have three wishes, my first would have been to get into racing, my second to be in Formula 1, my third to drive for Ferrari" - Gilles Villeneuve

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    Quote Originally Posted by aroutis View Post
    Having Resta as TD is excellent news , with Vasseur having to focus as TP.
    The restructure has already begun.
    We'll just have to wait and see whether it'll all be worth it.
    It'll definitely be an uphill battle for SF.

    But, I'm pretty sure we can do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toothlessrage* View Post
    We'll just have to wait and see whether it'll all be worth it.
    It'll definitely be an uphill battle for SF.

    But, I'm pretty sure we can do it.
    I am confident. Making the decision to can some of the old baggage was probably the hard part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilles View Post
    My post is a little too afirmative
    What I was trying to say is that it seems to me that the SF-75 was probably more than the other cars, limited in its ability to operate with high ground clearance and probably less adaptable. As a result, they will need to at least review the operating philosophy of the floor which, in terms of experience and budget, provides a advantage to the others.
    Byrne can of course work miracles, but Mercedes and RB will not be inactive
    I really hope to see the top 3 teams to fight, with a superior Ferrari engine to match any RB advantage elsewhere
    Forza Charles
    We should hope for the best. And doing some efforts to win will be a good option.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stefa View Post
    As much as I’d like to believe that, and I am sure the team worked hard at fixing the issue....I’ll believe it when I see good engine reliability every weekend in 2023.

    Let’s hope that the car as a WHOLE will be good enough to fight for wins at every track....especially after the summer break and beyond
    Soooooooo glad 2022 is over, a season that started so well but massive decline after TD39....Hopefully 2023 will bring us tifosi something to smile about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stefa View Post
    And a post in that tweet from
    Giuliano Duchessa "Target is to have some more hp than Bahrain 2022 for more time. There is still a little to do but looking good"
    FERRARI FOR EVER !!!!!!!

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    There are enough teams and there are more than enough teams at the back of the pack. Old team out - new team in, period.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tifoso View Post
    I am confident. Making the decision to can some of the old baggage was probably the hard part.
    Precisely what I’d like to point out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liscia View Post
    There are enough teams and there are more than enough teams at the back of the pack. Old team out - new team in, period.
    Wait till 2026 as 2 new teams will join(Porsche and Audi).

    Here are some possibilities as well: Andretti MIGHT (stressed highly) might join. Ford looks to be a "sponsor" for RedBull. (engine badging).

    Honda will be back if they aren't already. (2023 Honda badging on the RedBull and Alpha Tauri).

    Oh yeah, it's possible (stressed highly) Susie Wolff will be the TP for Williams.
    It's not how start but how you finish.

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    I've been monitoring these possibilities with dread and hope F! doesn't end up like
    NASCAR bee swarms!

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    I am very curious if Ferrari will continue with their bathtub sidepods. It proved to be a design that worked, but so did Red Bull's traditional coke bottle design. It was also evident that the SF75 was somewhat limited in development potential. Also curious if they will make any significant changes to the nose/front wing. With the 2022 modular nose, I expected some redesigns throughout the season, but there was virtually nothing done to the front wing/nose. They never even moved the nose to the second element.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SS454 View Post
    I am very curious if Ferrari will continue with their bathtub sidepods. It proved to be a design that worked, but so did Red Bull's traditional coke bottle design. It was also evident that the SF75 was somewhat limited in development potential. Also curious if they will make any significant changes to the nose/front wing. With the 2022 modular nose, I expected some redesigns throughout the season, but there was virtually nothing done to the front wing/nose. They never even moved the nose to the second element.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SS454 View Post
    I am very curious if Ferrari will continue with their bathtub sidepods. It proved to be a design that worked, but so did Red Bull's traditional coke bottle design. It was also evident that the SF75 was somewhat limited in development potential. Also curious if they will make any significant changes to the nose/front wing. With the 2022 modular nose, I expected some redesigns throughout the season, but there was virtually nothing done to the front wing/nose. They never even moved the nose to the second element.
    Again the limited development myth thrown around, Ferrari had very good updates and were easily a match for Red Bull until the TD and stopping development in favour of 2023.
    Forza Ferrari

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    let's hope the 2023 car is worth the sweetheart
    Last edited by racingbradley; 22nd December 2022 at 10:36.


    Forza Jules

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    Quote Originally Posted by racingbradley View Post
    let's hope the 2023 car is worth the sacrifice.
    don't we usually say that year over year since.....well 2009
    Soooooooo glad 2022 is over, a season that started so well but massive decline after TD39....Hopefully 2023 will bring us tifosi something to smile about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FerrariF60 View Post
    don't we usually say that year over year since.....well 2009

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    Quote Originally Posted by FerrariF60 View Post
    don't we usually say that year over year since.....well 2009
    We do but this one is allegedly a bomb.
    Time will tell.


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    Quote Originally Posted by racingbradley View Post
    We do but this one is allegedly a bomb.
    Time will tell.
    hopefully a bomb in a good way and NOT engines blowing up every other weekend

    i try to be cautiously optimistic too, but yeah, time will tell
    Soooooooo glad 2022 is over, a season that started so well but massive decline after TD39....Hopefully 2023 will bring us tifosi something to smile about.

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    I am confident that if the past decade has taught me anything, it’s to not be confident.
    Actions, not words.
    Last edited by Tifoso; 21st December 2022 at 22:26.

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    Launch date for the 2023 car is on February 14th. (Valentines Day)
    It's not how start but how you finish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgonzalesm6 View Post
    Launch date for the 2023 car is on February 14th. (Valentines Day)
    Let's hope it's a sweetheart.


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    Quote Originally Posted by racingbradley View Post
    Let's hope it's a sweetheart.
    Never mind sweetheart, let’s hope it’s a beast ON TRACK
    Soooooooo glad 2022 is over, a season that started so well but massive decline after TD39....Hopefully 2023 will bring us tifosi something to smile about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FerrariF60 View Post
    Never mind sweetheart, letís hope itís a beast ON TRACK
    Touche


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tifoso View Post
    I am confident that if the past decade has taught me anything, it’s to not be confident.
    Actions, not words.
    EXACTLY!!!!

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    A Valentine's Day gift for us tifosi which proves to be a winner with reliability and power will be something to cherish!

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