Appointment 4 September in Milan’s Piazza Duomo to celebrate the 90th Italian Grand Prix to be held at the Monza circuit and 90 years of the Scuderia
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.”
Scuderia Ferrari picked up its eleventh podium of the season thanks to a third place finish for Sebastian Vettel in today’s Hungarian Grand Prix, held at the Hungaroring.
Scuderia Ferrari notched up its eleventh podium of the season thanks to Sebastian Vettel
The Scuderia Ferrari drivers will start the 34th Hungarian Grand Prix from the second and third rows of the grid, when the race gets underway at 15.10 CET tomorrow.
Charles Leclerc will start from fourth place on the grid for the Hungarian Grand Prix and Sebastian Vettel will start fifth.
At the end of the third free practice session, Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc found themselves third and fifth respectively on the time sheet.
Friday’s free practice sessions for the Hungarian Grand Prix were not the most productive for Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc, as indeed for the other 18 drivers out on track.
The second free practice session at the Hungarian Grand Prix was not particularly significant.
Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc were third and sixth fastest respectively in the first free practice session for the Hungary Grand Prix.
Scuderia Ferrari and its drivers arrived in Hungary to find warm weather and clear skies
The massive lion guarding Budapest’s Széchenyi Chain Bridge watches proudly as the Rossa crosses the Danube
This Sunday sees the 34th edition of the Hungarian Grand Prix, traditionally the last race before the Formula 1 mandated summer shutdown, which comes as a welcome break to all the teams.
In Sunday’s German Grand Prix, Scuderia Ferrari partially made up for the disappointment of a difficult qualifying on Saturday
Scuderia Ferrari leaves Germany with a second place in the bag, a great result from Sebastian Vettel, who staged an incredible recovery from last place on the grid.
Dire is the only way to describe Scuderia Ferrari’s performance in qualifying for the German Grand Prix at the Hockenheimring.
Scuderia Ferrari endured a very difficult qualifying for the German Grand Prix, which starts tomorrow at 15.0 at the Hockenheimring.
The Scuderia Ferrari drivers made the most of the final hour of free practice to be all set for this afternoon’s qualifying which gets underway at 3pm (CET.)
Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc got through all their planned programme for the two Friday free practice sessions in preparation for the German Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel were again fastest in the second German Grand Prix free practice session.