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Old 23 Mar 2005, 12:44 (Ref:1259789)   #91
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Originally Posted by Super Tourer
Ferrari are only in F1 to win, I can't see that they would adopt any strategy to try for 3rd or 4th in the WDC.
Agreed they wont be aiming for 3rd or 4th, Sorry I think I might have given the wrong impression, but if they continue to struggle as the year goes on they may end up in a position where the want to use all their resources to look to 2006, especially as there are more new regulations then too.

Sorry if that was slightly off topic, as far as what they can do right now It's possible that along with hard work (and Bridgestone doing the same) they might come up with somthing unexpected during the year, think BAR's front torque transfer or Mclarens 1998 'steering breaks'.
Unlikley, but you never know, now that they are trying to regain dominance instead of maintain it , they might have a brainwave.
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Old 23 Mar 2005, 12:54 (Ref:1259802)   #92
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pole2pole should be qualifying in the top 10 on the grid
What about the testing limit? I see Bernie Ecclestone has backed the testing ban if that means anything.
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Old 23 Mar 2005, 19:00 (Ref:1260116)   #93
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Rubens had an engine failure during testing with the F2005, a glimmer of hope that Ferrari may not have bullet proof reliability as seen prevoius.
Ah, that's good news!

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