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Ferrari hints Perez to join with Alonso for 2013



Sept.27 – The Italian F1 outfit Ferrari’s team Principal Stefano Domenicali has reveal silence clue, team may replace Felipe Massa with Sergio Perez in 2013 season. Team Principal suggests that the team could run two young drivers, saying a team of Ferrari’s caliber needs experience, coupled with a junior driver.

Massa is not talented to compare with his team-mate; Fernando Alonso currently in third place with 184 points but the Brazilian still hanging fifth place with only 84 points.

[This content transulated by google/translate, From-Spanish] It emerges, therefore, more Hispanic Ferrari’s history from 2013. Fernando has recently signed a contract until 2016 and Perez met the ideal profile expressed by him Stefano Domenicali. “Ferrari drivers can not have two young people, there is incredible pressure on this team, but a mix between an extremely strong rider and a younger but with potential to be great and that they complement,” he confessed to Marca.

Asked by Mark in Singapore, Domenicali said only that “has a contract with Sauber, let them continue to grow and make a good 2012.” Sergio Perez, who is part of the Academy of Ferrari drivers, is picking a great season in his debut and has also made a test at Fiorano with F60 two seasons ago. Red dress, talked about how important it was to revive the Mexican past in the Scuderia, which took the brothers Pedro and Ricardo Rodriguez driving red cars half a century.

Santander, delighted – Ferrari keeps quiet and neat repeats his maxim that the sponsors do not decide the drivers, but Perez is behind the world’s richest man, Carlos Slim, Telmex and sponsor that does not conflict with existing ones. Emilio Botin himself spent all weekend looking for the Mexican until yesterday spoke with him before the race. For Santander is an ideal face for their presence in Mexico and would love to arrive.

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