When he was born in 1898 Enzo Ferrari, the son of a locksmith from the suburbs Modena, no one could have guessed that his name would become synonymous with the royal class of motorsport in the future and that Stable became a real myth.
The first step towards the F1 legend was taken in 1929 when Enzo Ferrari founded it Scuderio Ferrari and until 1938 acted in partnership with Alfa Romeo. But soon the Reds were writing history for the first time. For Ferrari is the only racing team present since the first Grand Prix race in 1950. They won their first victory a year later at British GP v Silverston. The Argentine brought the first victory Jose Frolian Gonzales. They won their first title in 1952, and he won it Alberto Ascari.
After the 50s, Italians were no longer adorned with the chaos of the early XNUMXs. There was an atmosphere of peace, joy and constancy. Michael Schumacher has racked up five consecutive racing championship titles and won six team titles. A success the F1 world had never seen before. In 2005, however, the red series of victories came to an end.
Just two years later, s Kimi Räikkönen otherwise they returned to winning ways and won both titles. Felipe Massa lost the championship title in 2008 in the last turn of the final race in Brazil. Then Scuderia retreated into the background. FROM 2010 onwards they wanted to s Fernando Alonsothat the red myth finds itself at the top again. In 2012, the Spaniard was just about to win his first Ferrari racing title since 2007, but in the end he has to concede a close defeat to Sebastian Vettl in Red Bullu. The next rush followed in 2013, but Vettel won the title again.
In 2015, v Maranello arrived Sebastian Vettel, who already won the second race for a new employer. He won two more wins in the rest of the season. In 2016, Ferrari bet on the tried-and-true duo of Vettel and Räikkönen. There was great hope in Maranello that we could achieve even greater success this year. A goal that did not materialize. Both racers did not win any victories, and in addition, he overtook them in the team championship in the end. Red Bull.
In 2017, all indications were that Ferrari would be the biggest winner of the F1 rule revolution, fighting for most of the season with the dominant F1 hybrid team Mercedes for the title. Five wins, five best starting places, 522 points - Ferrari has surpassed the balance of the hybrid era. But it wasn’t enough for the title. Reliability issues and racing errors cost them headlines.
Ferrari took it a step further in 2018. By mid-season, they had largely the most powerful package from the engine and chassis. In the summer, however, the president of Ferrari died suddenly Sergio Marchionne and as if by magic, a developing Ferrari suddenly ran into a dead end. When they found their way back to good form again, the chances for the title were nil.
This season, Ferrari has decided on a new racer, replacing Kimi Räikkönen Charles Leclerc. Halfway through this season, however, it again shows disappointment, as the title is again far away.
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