Baron Pierre de Coubertin, the father of the modern Olympic movement, summed up the noble struggle of competition when he said, “sport goes in search of fear to dominate it, fatigue to triumph over it, difficulty to defeat it.” This also applies to motorsport. In fact, with all its variables and the delicate balance between man and machine, it could in fact be the ultimate example of this concept. The drivers and the men and women of Scuderia Ferrari understand the significance of the verb to struggle. Because they know how difficult it is to find even just one tenth of a second of lap time, how important it can be to carry out a perfect pit stop and in general terms, how chasing every last tiny detail can make the difference. Even in a season that has had its share of frustrating moments, the guys and girls that make up the Scuderia never give up and continue to apply themselves, to push themselves and to struggle to overcome the difficulties as they strive for the ultimate goal of winning. For all these reasons, faticare is also #essereFerrari.