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Ferrari boss Montezemolo quits
After 23 years as the President of Italian car manufacturer and motorsport legend, Ferrari, Luca Cordero di Montezemolo announced his resignation from the company that he first worked for way back in 1973. Under Montezemolo, both Ferrari’s road car division and Formula 1 team achieved tremendous success. Launches of models like the 355, 550 Maranello, and F50 in the 1990’s coincided with the early years of Montezemolo’s presidency. This laid the groundwork for the likes of the 458 Italia and La Ferrari in the present day.autoX's Facebook Wall |
Going the Distance – Motorsports
By the time you read this, the Austin, Texas round of the FIA World Endurance Championship would have concluded and the WEC’s near three month break after the 24 Hours of Le Mans will be history as Toyota, Audi and Porsche resume their battle for dominance.autoX's Facebook Wall |
We wish you a bright & happy Diwali. — with Shreeram Raman and Akash Bairwa.autoX's Facebook Wall |
Triple Double – World Racing Championship
At the end of the day ‘all’ it took for Volkswagen to retain their World Rally Championship constructors’ crown was a 1-2-3 finish at Rally Australia. That hardly seems like the easiest thing to do at the WRC level but the fact that it is expected at nearly every rally should give an indication of how the sport is struggling in terms of competitiveness between manufacturers at the moment.