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2012 Ferrari 663 chassis failed FIA crash test

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Ferrari and their driver claim that, they will get 2012 world title with 2012 Ferrari 663, but the latest reports are Ferrari 663 chassis failed mandatory FIA crash tests.

According to Finland’s Turun Sanomat, FIA crash tests have been tightened so that Ferrari failed to look them in the first attempt. Ferrari is not the time brought anything new to what the competitors would have rushed to copy.

“Ferrari restructuring 2012 technical department: Hirohide Hamashima is Bridgestone’s former technical director, who knows all about the tires, and will act as a link between Ferrari and Pirelli. Hirohide Hamashima is Bridgestone’s former technical director, who knows all about the tires, and will act as a Link Between Ferrari and Pirelli.”

“Steve Clark, in turn, will replace the Mercedes and the period after 2010 to have fired Chris Dyer railway engineers manager. Steve Clark, in turn, will replace the Mercedes and the period after 2010 to have fired Chris Dyer railway engineers manager.”


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