All posts tagged: ferrari

Notes from Monza by Diego Merino

During these times of change in Formula One, some of it necessary, other not really, we find ourselves back at Monza, the last remaining place where one can feel the soul of the sport. Forget the chaos, we have always expressed how much we love […]

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Addio Paolo!

Sad news today with the passing away of Paolino Scaramelli – legendary nº1 Ferrari F1 mechanic, who prepared cars for Lauda and Villeneuve. Paolo was part of the myth, as he continued to work in Maranello until the late 90s, charged with preparing Schumacher test […]

The Man With the Big Sombrero (Story by Diego Merino)

Modena. One day after the Italian Grand Prix, while walking through the late summer heat on our way to the train station, one anonymous tourist walking into town grabbed our attention. He was unmissable to any curious eye as he was carrying a wooden “coffin” […]

Tony Hall of Fame: Ferrari World Finals 2009

  Tony Hall of Fame on iberianmph dot com continues… Funny how time flies: at the end of 2009 Alonso was poised to win the world title with Ferrari sooner rather than later (according to the ever-present F1 pundits); Jean took over from Max; the […]

Jerez F1 Testing Pics, Day 3, Paddock Shots

Atmosphere in the paddock… It was difficult to produce anything new; in fact, nothing’s changed since 2011 – only Renault motorhome is now called Lotus and team garages were distributed slightly differently. No Marussia F1 unfortunately, I liked their colours but HRT filled that gap […]

Guest Post: Supercars for Superstars

International Superstars Series – Valencia 7 & 8 May 2011 Now I am sure you will be asking yourself… what the hell is that! It is a new series of saloon car motorsport. Let me explain….. When I saw that my local race circuit was […]