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Scuderia Ferrari's Late Drama At Silverstone

July 17, 2017

It was an unpredictable race weekend as ever in Silverstone, with not only the usual unsettled weather conditions that had swept through the Formula 1 Paddock, but also both Kimi and Seb suffering late tyre punctures late on in the race. The late drama resulted in Kimi holding on to third place and Seb recovering to finish seventh in the British GP.

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2017 British GP

July 17, 2017

Scuderia Ferrari came to Silverstone in high hopes of scoring more valuable championship points and a certain double podium until drama struck in the closing stages of the British GP.

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Scuderia Ferrari Visits The Home of British Motorsport

July 15, 2017

The Silverstone Circuit known as the ‘Home of British Motorsport’ boasts some of the most challenging high-speed corners in Formula 1. Each lap measures 5.891km in length and poses one of the biggest car set-up challenges, due to the reoccurring crosswinds. None-the-less Scuderia Ferrari will continue the fight in Round 10 and hope for more ‘Rosso’ glory on the podium.

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Scuderia Ferrari's Second Place in Spielberg

July 10, 2017

The iconic hills of Austria, known for being “alive with the sound of music” as sung in ‘The Sound of Music’, traded the sounds of songs and music in for the roars of Formula 1 that brought the Styrian Hills alive for 71 laps this weekend. The second place finish by Sebastian Vettel was worth its weight in gold in terms of the 2017 F1 driver championship.

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2017 Austrian GP

July 09, 2017

From the high-flying, but stunningly quick Red Bull Ring with the weekends Austrian GP action and Scuderia Ferrari. Seb claimed a valuable podium for the team with Kimi only managing fifth place.

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The Sound of Scuderia Ferrari

July 07, 2017

Over the green hills and lying beneath the Styrian Hills is the newly renovated Red Bull Ring complex, which has been invested heavily in by Red Bull’s Dietrich Mateschitz and houses just 10 turns (the lowest number of turns in Formula 1) around the 4.318km circuit for this weekends hotly anticipated Austrian GP.

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