Find the Ferrari in Ferrari?

Find the Ferrari in Ferrari?

Post by Cowpa » Mon, 23 Oct 2000 04:00:00


When Schumacher moved to Ferrari his successful car designer and others from
the Championship winning Bennetton team followed. The coffers were opened
and such people as Ross Brawn, Jean Todt, etc were all bought in. Together
they developed a car over the last seasons- a lot of the work apparently
done in England. Schumacher himself having a very big input. In fact the one
component that hauled the car ahead of McLaren was Schumacher himself. He
made the difference.

As far as I can see that was no 360 Modena racing  this season. The only
contribution from traditional Ferrari was the colour (now sold out) and the
bank roll.

Congratulations to the Schumacher team. 2000 F1 Champions.

 
 
 

Find the Ferrari in Ferrari?

Post by Cadsh » Mon, 23 Oct 2000 04:00:00

I thought no Ferrari work had been done in England after they replaced John
Barnard. Everything was suppodedly done in house. True or false?

Quote:
>Together
>they developed a car over the last seasons- a lot of the work apparently
>done in England.

Jack Dannenberg


 
 
 

Find the Ferrari in Ferrari?

Post by Gunther Rola » Mon, 23 Oct 2000 04:00:00


[snip]

Quote:
>As far as I can see that was no 360 Modena racing  this season. The only
>contribution from traditional Ferrari was the colour (now sold out) and the
>bank roll.

Garbage. Why not take a trip to Maranello? You'll see the 'Ferrari in
Ferrari'.

Gunther

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Find the Ferrari in Ferrari?

Post by Cowpa » Mon, 23 Oct 2000 04:00:00


Quote:


> [snip]
> >As far as I can see that was no 360 Modena racing  this season. The only
> >contribution from traditional Ferrari was the colour (now sold out) and
the
> >bank roll.

> Garbage. Why not take a trip to Maranello? You'll see the 'Ferrari in
> Ferrari'.

> Gunther

Gunther the marketing sucker.
Quote:

> --

 
 
 

Find the Ferrari in Ferrari?

Post by MJF 20 » Tue, 24 Oct 2000 10:53:11



Quote:
>When Schumacher moved to Ferrari his successful car designer and others from
>the Championship winning Bennetton team followed. The coffers were opened
>and such people as Ross Brawn, Jean Todt, etc were all bought in. Together
>they developed a car over the last seasons- a lot of the work apparently
>done in England.

Quite incorrect, old bean.

Quote:
>Schumacher himself having a very big input. In fact the one
>component that hauled the car ahead of McLaren was Schumacher himself. He
>made the difference.

>As far as I can see that was no 360 Modena racing  this season. The only
>contribution from traditional Ferrari was the colour (now sold out) and the
>bank roll.

And the McLaren was a [blech] CLK ?  The Williams an M5 ?

Quote:
>Congratulations to the Schumacher team. 2000 F1 Champions.

If this Cowpie isn't Suzieflame I'll eat a bug.

Mark
www.pipeline.com/~opus

Iron Chef Cordite

 
 
 

Find the Ferrari in Ferrari?

Post by Q » Tue, 24 Oct 2000 11:55:06

Quote:
> When Schumacher moved to Ferrari his successful car designer and others from
> the Championship winning Bennetton team followed. The coffers were opened
> and such people as Ross Brawn, Jean Todt, etc were all bought in. Together
> they developed a car over the last seasons- a lot of the work apparently
> done in England. Schumacher himself having a very big input. In fact the one
> component that hauled the car ahead of McLaren was Schumacher himself. He
> made the difference.

Um, Todt joined during or just after the 92 season - it was he who signed
Berger to return to Maranello in 93.  Wrong about the England thing too.
That was back during Barnard's two spells (87-90 and 93-96).  Since then it
has all been centralized at Maranello.

Quote:

> As far as I can see that was no 360 Modena racing  this season. The only
> contribution from traditional Ferrari was the colour (now sold out) and the
> bank roll.

> Congratulations to the Schumacher team. 2000 F1 Champions.

Hardly, you belittle the Ferrari far too much.  No way would Michael be
champ in anything other than a Ferrari or a McLaren.  Not even he could win
in a Williams at the moment, let alone any of the rest!  Ferrari deserve a
fair amount of credit.  After all they have the constructor's title too, and
that wouldn't be possible without the points scored by Barichello!
--
Later Alligator!

Q (http://www.quetzalcoatl.fsnat.co.uk/)

 
 
 

Find the Ferrari in Ferrari?

Post by Mrv » Tue, 24 Oct 2000 12:11:18

The entire car is produced in Italy 100%.
Quote:

> I thought no Ferrari work had been done in England after they replaced John
> Barnard. Everything was suppodedly done in house. True or false?
> >Together
> >they developed a car over the last seasons- a lot of the work apparently
> >done in England.

> Jack Dannenberg


 
 
 

Find the Ferrari in Ferrari?

Post by Emanuele Z » Tue, 24 Oct 2000 12:05:52



| When Schumacher moved to Ferrari his successful car designer and
| others from the Championship winning Bennetton team followed.
| The coffers were opened and such people as Ross Brawn, Jean Todt,
| etc were all bought in.
| Together they developed a car over the last seasons- a lot of the work
| apparently done in England.

Could you please show us what is the (lot of) work done in England?!

 
 
 

Find the Ferrari in Ferrari?

Post by Alan Gauto » Tue, 24 Oct 2000 04:00:00

Quote:

> When Schumacher moved to Ferrari his successful car designer and others from
> the Championship winning Bennetton team followed. The coffers were opened
> and such people as Ross Brawn, Jean Todt, etc were all bought in. Together
> they developed a car over the last seasons- a lot of the work apparently
> done in England. Schumacher himself having a very big input. In fact the one
> component that hauled the car ahead of McLaren was Schumacher himself. He
> made the difference.

On the contrary - Jean Todt was there from 1993, 3 years before
Cobblers. (-:

AG
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