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Vettel: Ferrari chief's criticisms of F1 driver errors 'fair enough'

Sebastian Vettel believes that Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne’s comments about driver errors playing a role in costing the Italian marque in the Formula 1 championship races are “fair enough”, having seen his title hopes end two weeks ago in Mexico. 274 more words

Carey responds to Ferrari threat: 'We don't plan to be NASCAR either'

Formula 1 CEO Chase Carey has responded to Ferrari’s threat to quit the series over its future plans by stressing Libery Media does not intend to follow NASCAR’s lead and increase standardization between teams. 328 more words

Ferrari chairman: 'Driver error' played role in F1 title defeats

Ferrari’s defeat to Mercedes in both Formula 1 championships this year was down to a combination of “technical issues and driver error”, according to CEO and chairman Sergio Marchionne. 490 more words

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Ferrari chairman issues quit threat over Liberty's F1 plans

Ferrari could leave Formula 1 after 2020 as it goes “at odds” with Liberty Media over the future direction of the sport, according to the CEO and chairman of the Italian manufacturer, Sergio Marchionne. 572 more words

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EV Energy project, 2nd Regional Stakeholder Meeting

The 2nd Regional Stakeholder Meeting conference of EV Energy project held in Rome the 19th October, 2017.

The European Commission intends to promote the implementation of an integrated European eco-system for batteries, in order to support electromobility and energy storage, by addressing the issue of scarce resources and battery recycling, which will encourage the emergence of new models of circular economy for the automotive industry ( 734 more words


Ferrari's fast F1 start reduced to late-season flop

MEXICO CITY (AP) Ferrari began the Formula One season with a furious start. A decade removed from its last season championship, the chase with Mercedes was finally on and Sebastian Vettel was taking the fight to Lewis Hamilton. 864 more words

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Ferrari still looking for answers after recent F1 reliability issues

Ferrari Formula 1 technical chief Mattia Binotto has conceded the team does not yet fully understand the engine issues that hit both its cars in last weekend’s Malaysian Grand Prix. 340 more words