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Scuderia Ferrari

Knowledge Identifier: &Scuderia_Ferrari

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Scuderia Ferrari

Racing team division of the Ferrari automobile marque add

Category: Auto racing

Founded in 1995.

Countries: (25%), United Kingdom (15%), Italy (13%)

Main connections: Formula One, Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari

Linked to: Fiat, Sauber, McLaren, Cooper Car Company

 

Timeline


 

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1995

Eddie Irvine - On 27 September 1995, Irvine signed for Ferrari for 1996 to partner Michael Schumacher


1996

While these huge changes resulted in a very unreliable car, Schumacher did manage to score 3 wins in the 1996 season, all of which were memorable add something

 

Rory Byrne - By the conclusion of the 1996 season Michael Schumacher was being given free rein at Ferrari to build a team of engineers capable of returning the team to the top of the sport after years of underperforming

 

Eddie Irvine - His reputation steadily increased in Formula One, eventually leading Ferrari to sign him to partner Michael Schumacher in 1996

 

Spanish Grand Prix - Michael Schumacher has won a total of six times, including his 1996 victory in heavy rain, which was his first for Ferrari


1997

Following the dramatic 1997 season, Ferrari came out with an all new car to fit the new regulations for 1998 add something

 

For 1997, the increased reliability of the previous year's development, the F310B, led to some very strong performances when faster cars, notably the McLaren Mercedes of David Coulthard and Mika Häkkinen, retired add something

 

However, Schumacher was disqualified from the 1997 standings for swerving into the car of Villeneuve who attempted to pass him down the inside of the Dry Sac corner of the Jerez circuit add something

 

Stefan Johansson - During 1997 he recorded two major race wins, at the 12 Hours of Sebring driving a Ferrari 333 SP with Andy Evans, Fermín Vélez and Yannick Dalmas

 

Stefan Johansson - Later in 1997 Johansson won at Le Mans where he drove a TWR-Porsche WSC-95 for Joest Racing alongside his Ferrari F1 team mate of 1985 and 1986 Michele Alboreto, and young Dane Tom Kristensen

 

Rory Byrne - Since joining Ferrari in 1997 Byrne-designed cars have won over seventy Grands Prix, seven constructors' titles and six drivers' titles

 

Canadian Grand Prix - The races from 1997 to 2004 saw a romp of Michael Schumacher victories, all in a Ferrari


1998

Hungarian Grand Prix - The secret to a winning performance at Hungaroring, as well as qualifying well, is pit strategy, best demonstrated in 1998, where Michael Schumacher's Ferrari team changed his strategy mid-race before Schumacher put in one of his finest drives to build up a winning margin after all the stops had been made


1999

The leg injury of Michael Schumacher in 1999 reversed the roles however add something

 

Ron Dennis - A second drivers' title followed in 1999, but Ferrari took the constructors' title

 

Rory Byrne - Continuing to build momentum in the following seasons, Ferrari won the constructors' championship in 1999, their first in 17 years

 

Marco Mattiacci - Since 1999 Mattiacci has worked at Ferrari


2000

In 2000 Schumacher had a close battle with rival Mika Häkkinen of McLaren but won the championship in the Ferrari F1-2000, winning 9 races out of 17 that year add something

 

Italian Grand Prix - On a more positive note, the decade started off with a romp of Ferrari victories, winning in 2000 and 2002-2004

 

Japanese Grand Prix - Schumacher won his 3rd title at the 2000 event, he took advantage of his superior speed in damp conditions during a mid-race rain shower to secure the race win and his first World Title for Ferrari

 

Alberto Ascari - "Alberto Ascari: Ferrari's First Double World Champion" Haynes Manuals Inc.. 2000 978-1859606803


2001

In 2001 Schumacher won the World Championship with four races to go, having claimed nine victories add something

 

In a replay of 2001, Barrichello was asked to give way to Schumacher, except this time for the win add something

 

This move saw Schumacher retire for the first time due to mechanical failure since Hockenheim 2001 ending a run of 58 Grands Prix without technical failure add something


2002

In 2002, Schumacher and Barrichello dominated F1, the Ferrari duo winning 15 out of 17 races add something

 

The enforced and deliberate swapping of places reminded many fans of the 2002 incident where Rubens Barrichello was asked to cede the lead of the Austrian Grand Prix to eventual winner Michael Schumacher, who invited Barrichello onto the first-place spot on the podium after gauging the spectators reaction, trying to soften the blow of the final result add something

 

Advanced Micro Devices - Since 2002, AMD has been a sponsor of the Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro F1 Team

 

Austrian Grand Prix - The 2002 event received negative publicity after Ferrari instructed Rubens Barrichello to cede his victory to Michael Schumacher


2003

In 2003, Ferrari's domination of F1 was brought to a halt at the first race, the , where for the first time in 3 years, there was no Ferrari driver on the podium add something

 

Juan Pablo Montoya - A drive-through penalty at the United States Grand Prix after a collision with Ferrari's Barrichello ended his title chances in the last race he would finish in 2003


2004

Jody Scheckter - In 2004 Scheckter was reunited with his championship-winning Ferrari at the South African two-seater F1x2 Charity Grand Prix at Kyalami in South Africa

 

Giancarlo Fisichella - Unhappy at the Jordan team's performance, Fisichella moved to Sauber in 2004 in the hope of greater results, and of using the team as a way of gaining access to, and a drive for, 2003 World Champions Ferrari, who supplied re-badged engines to the Sauber team

 

Chinese Grand Prix - The Chinese Grand Prix debuted on September 26, 2004, and was won by Ferrari's Rubens Barrichello

 

Marc Gene - In November 2004, Gené signed a deal to become a test driver for Scuderia Ferrari alongside former teammate Luca Badoer


2005

Near the end of the 2005 season, Rubens Barrichello announced that he was leaving the team at the end of the year and joining the Honda F1 team add something

 

The poor relative performance of the team's Bridgestone tyres was cited as a reason for Ferrari's lack of performance in 2005 add something

 

In September 2005 Ferrari announced it had signed an extension of its sponsorship arrangement with Philip Morris International until 2011 add something

 

In December 2005 Vodafone announced that it was withdrawing its sponsorship of Ferrari in favour of title sponsorship of McLaren beginning in 2007 add something


2006

Ferrari's 2006 car, the 248 F1, was the first car developed entirely under Aldo Costa, after the departure of Rory Byrne add something

 

Rory Byrne - Design and Development Consultant for the Scuderia Ferrari 2006-current

 

Scuderia Toro Rosso - For the , , , and seasons, Toro Rosso used Ferrari $V8 (V8_engine) engines, taking over the contract that their senior team broke from at the end of 2006

 

Hubcap - From 2006, to get around FIA technical regulations that "all wheels must be made from an homogeneous metallic material", a carbon fiber variant found its way into Formula One when it was used by Scuderia Ferrari whom &BBS (BBS_Kraftfahrzeugtechnik) supply its wheels to

 

Nick Heidfeld - Heidfeld gained a contract with his Williams' engine supplier, &BMW (BMW_in_Formula_One), when they bought the Sauber team and entered Formula One as &BMW (BMW_in_Formula_One) Sauber for the 2006 season, replacing Felipe Massa who was bound for Ferrari

 

Rory Byrne - On September 19, 2006, it was announced that Rory had extended his stay, as a consultant, at Ferrari for another two years which lead him until early 2009

 

Ross Brawn - On 26 October 2006 Ferrari announced that Brawn was to leave the team


2007

After the end of the 2007 season, Ferrari President Luca Cordero di Montezemolo announced a new structure for the team, with Jean Todt departing the team principal role and moving up to his senior role as CEO of the company, Stefano Domenicali took over as team principal as Ross Brawn declined a return following his sabbatical , Aldo Costa as technical director and Mario Almondo as Operations Director add something

 

In the F2007 Kimi Räikkönen won the inaugural race of the 2007 season, the first Ferrari driver to win on his début since Nigel Mansell in 1989 add something

 

Kimi Räikkönen was announced as Schumacher's replacement for the 2007 season add something

 

Gary Paffett - After the departure of Kimi Räikkönen to Ferrari, it was speculated that he may have been in contention for a 2007 race seat in the team alongside World Champion Fernando Alonso

 

Juan Pablo Montoya - At the same time McLaren did not take up their option on Montoya for 2007, while his teammate Kimi Räikkönen remained a free agent, although it was later revealed that Räikkönen had signed with Ferrari for 2007 before Alonso had signed his McLaren deal

 

Scuderia Toro Rosso - For the 2007 season, Toro Rosso began using the Ferrari V8 engine, taking over the contract that their senior team broke from by switching to Renault power

 

Australian Grand Prix - In 2007 Kimi Räikkönen in his first race for Ferrari, while Lewis Hamilton became first driver in 11 years to finish on the podium in debut, as he was third behind his team-mate Alonso

 

Bahrain Grand Prix - In 2007 and 2008, Brazilian Felipe Massa won the race for Ferrari

 

Italian Grand Prix - Kimi Räikkönen replaced him at Ferrari from the start of the 2007 season

 

Adrian Newey - The 2007 Red Bull of his design was powered by the Renault RS26 engine as the Ferrari 056 contract was transferred to Scuderia Toro Rosso, Red Bull Racing's "B team"

 

Ron Dennis - The start of the 2007 season saw McLaren in top condition, with only Ferrari as a challenger for the world championships

 

Spyker F1 - The team used customer Ferrari engines in 2007, replacing the Toyota units, which went to the Williams team

 

Stefano Domenicali - On November 12, 2007 Ferrari announced Domenicali would take on the role of Director of the Ferrari Formula One team, a position previously held by Jean Todt, and became team principal in 2008


2008

The F2008 was Ferrari's car for the 2008 season; Räikkönen and Massa scored a one-two early in the season at the add something

 

Timo Glock - He scored his first points of 2008 in the Canadian Grand Prix, finishing 4th ahead of Felipe Massa's Ferrari

 

Formula One Group - Team McLaren, WilliamsF1, Scuderia Ferrari and Renault F1 formed GPWC Holdings and threatened to form a rival racing franchise in 2008 when their contracts ended in 2007

 

Stefano Domenicali - Under his leadership, Ferrari won the 2008 Constructors' Championship, before enduring a less competitive season in which the team won only a single race

 

In October 2008 Ferrari issued a statement saying that they would review their participation in Formula One at the end of the 2009 season, due to the FIA's desire to introduce standardised engines add something


2009

Ferrari started the 2009 season poorly with their F60 car, outperformed by Red Bull Racing and Brawn GP add something

 

In 2009 Ferrari announced that Felipe Massa would continue to partner Fernando Alonso until at least the end of the 2012 season add something

 

In 2009 it emerged that Ferrari had an FIA-sanctioned veto on the technical regulations add something

 

On the other hand, in early 2009 semiconductor chip maker AMD announced it had decided to drop its sponsorship of the team and is just waiting for its contract to expire after its former Vice President and Sales Executive had left the company add something

 

Santander UK - The bank is title sponsor of the British Grand Prix, and announced a second team sponsorship deal, with Scuderia Ferrari, in 2009

 

Jules Bianchi - This allowed for Ferrari to test Daniel Zampieri, Marco Zipoli and Pablo Sánchez López on 3 December, as they finished in the top three of the 2009 Italian Formula Three Championship

 

Regenerative brake - With the introduction of KERS in the 2009 season, only four teams used it at some point in the season: Ferrari, Renault, BMW, and McLaren

 

Jules Bianchi - In August 2009, Bianchi was linked by the BBC and various other media sources to the second Ferrari Formula One seat occupied by Luca Badoer during Felipe Massa's absence

 

Kart racing - In August 2009, in anticipation to a possible return to F1 with Ferrari, Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher did some preparation driving a kart in Lonato, Italy

 

Regenerative brake - On 30 August 2009, Kimi Räikkönen won the Belgian Grand Prix with his KERS equipped Ferrari

 

Giancarlo Fisichella - Fisichella signed a contract as Ferrari's driver for the remainder of the 2009 season and reserve driver for 2010 on 3 September 2009

 

Force India - On 3 September 2009, Force India announced that they were releasing Fisichella from his contract to allow him to race for Ferrari for the remainder of the season

 

Giancarlo Fisichella - On 3 September 2009, an official press statement confirmed Fisichella would be released from Force India to drive for Ferrari at the Italian Grand Prix, his home race

 

On 10 September 2009, Ferrari announced that it would be sponsored by Santander from 2010 on a five-year contract add something

 

Ari Vatanen - On 23 October 2009, Vatanen failed in his bid to be elected as president of the FIA, which was won by his former team boss at Peugeot, subsequently Scuderia Ferrari manager Jean Todt

 

BMW in Formula One - On 3 December 2009, the FIA confirmed that Sauber had been granted the entry vacated by Toyota Racing following their withdrawal and would be using Ferrari engines


2010

Marco Mattiacci - After several engagements in America, Asia and Europe, in 2010 he was the CEO of Ferrari North America

 

Giancarlo Fisichella - At the end of 2010, Fisichella along with Luca Badoer and Marc Gené was replaced by Jules Bianchi as Ferrari test driver ahead of the 2011 season

 

Marc Gene - At the end of 2010, Gené along with Luca Badoer and Giancarlo Fisichella was replaced by Jules Bianchi as Ferrari test driver ahead of the 2011 season

 

Giancarlo Fisichella - Fisichella made his sports car racing debut in 2010 by driving a Ferrari in the Le Mans Series as well as briefly in the American Le Mans Series

 

Giancarlo Fisichella - He was Ferrari's F1 reserve driver for 2010

 

Ferrari F10 - The F10, the 56th single-seater car produced by Ferrari to compete in Formula One, was launched in Maranello, and online, on 28 January 2010


2011

The agreement was extended further in 2011 add something

 

In March 2011, the car's name was changed again to "150º Italia", with the Italian language ordinal indicator º being used to replace the English language -th add something

 

On 8 July 2011, it was announced that the 'Marlboro' section of its official team name had been removed from the onwards, following complaints from fans and sponsorship regulators add something

 

Jose Froilan Gonzalez - On 10 July 2011, during the British Grand Prix meeting, González was honoured by the Ferrari team and the FIA on the 60th anniversary of Ferrari's first Formula One World Championship race victory

 

Jules Bianchi - On 13 September 2011, Bianchi tested for Ferrari as part of the Ferrari Driver Academy, with fellow academy member and Sauber F1 driver Sergio Pérez


2012

Jules Bianchi - For the 2012 season, Ferrari loaned him to the Force India team, for whom he drove in nine Friday free practice sessions over the course of the year as the outfit's test and reserve driver

 

Rory Byrne - In 2012, Byrne was called in to look at the Ferrari F2012 F1 car after it had a troubled start to its life

 

Mario Andretti - In a 2012 interview, World Champion Alan Jones stated that Ferrari, looking for a proven top class driver, had actually contacted him to drive for the team in late 1982

 

Giancarlo Fisichella - In the 80th edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2012, Fisichella and the AF Corse Team scored first place in the GTE-Pro class along with his co-drivers Toni Vilander and Gianmaria Bruni; their Ferrari 458 Italia covered a total of 335 laps , of the Circuit de la Sarthe


2013

In 2013 the Scuderia Toro Rosso and Sauber teams used Ferrari engines add something


2014

For the 2014 season, Massa will be replaced by Kimi Räikkönen, who is returning to Ferrari after four seasons away from the team add something

 

Massa was replaced by Kimi Räikkönen for 2014, while Alonso was retained add something

 

Marussia F1 - For 2014, Marussia will be saying goodbye to engine supplier Cosworth, who are withdrawing from Formula 1, and will be using Ferrari engines

 

Kimi Raikkonen - On the week following the race, it was announced that Räikkönen would not continue with Lotus for the 2014 season, and instead join Fernando Alonso at Ferrari

 

Local derby - Then as Alonso left Ferrari in late 2014, Vettel signed for the team as his replacement

 

Sebastian Vettel - Vettel has mentioned he would like to drive for Ferrari at some point in his career and was rumoured to have a non-binding pre-contract, with options, to join them in 2014

 

Raffaele Marciello - On 20 January 2014, the Ferrari Driver Academy announced Marciello will be racing in GP2 in 2014

 

Stefano Domenicali - Domenicali resigned as Ferrari team principal in April 2014

 

Marco Mattiacci - On April 14, 2014 Mattiacci took over the position of team principal of the Ferrari Formula One team from Stefano Domenicali

 

On 3 July 2014 Ferrari announced a two year sponsorship agreement with the United States based Haas Automation tool company which will transfer into a powertrain deal in 2016 when the Haas F1 Team enters the sport add something

 

Fernando Alonso - In October 2014, it was reported that Alonso would be leaving Ferrari at the end of the season to join McLaren-Honda

 

Jules Bianchi - On 20 October 2014, the FIA announced a 10 member composition of their accident panel that includes, among others, former Ferrari F1 team principals Ross Brawn and Stefano Domenicali

 

Fernando Alonso - In November 2014 Alonso and Scuderia Ferrari announced that the 2014 Formula One season would be his last with the Scuderia and that he will be driving else where from 2015, Alonso's 2015 drive has yet to be announced

 

Raffaele Marciello - On 26 November 2014, Marciello made his Formula One debut behind the wheel of the Ferrari F14 T, during that day's post-season test at the Yas Marina Circuit

 

Esteban Gutierrez - On 15 December 2014, it was announced that Gutiérrez had signed for Ferrari as test and reserve driver for 2015

 

Jean-Eric Vergne - On 19 December 2014, it was announced that Vergne would join Ferrari in 2015, as test and development driver particularly in respect of simulator work


2015

After a massive overhaul in terms of management and driver lineup, the team enjoyed an improved start to the 2015 season with Vettel taking third in Australia add something

 

Esteban Gutierrez - He signed with Ferrari as their test and reserve driver for 2015

 

Nico Rosberg - Rosberg's 2015 season began with a 2nd place to his teammate Lewis Hamilton in Australia and 3rd in Malaysia behind both Sebastian Vettel from Ferrari and Hamilton

 

Red Bull Racing - Sebastian Vettel extended his contract with Infiniti Red Bull Racing until the end of 2015, despite interests in racing for Ferrari and Mercedes

 

Jules Bianchi - The Monday after the , in which Bianchi suffered severe head injuries, outgoing Ferrari President, Luca di Montezemolo, disclosed to the media that Bianchi was poised to be the third Ferrari F1 driver in 2015 in the event that the sport moved to three car teams as widely speculated at the time

 

Sebastian Vettel - The two will race on the same team in 2015 at Ferrari

 

Williams F1 - They repeated this feat in the 2015 season, despite a low-key season owing to the resurgence of Ferrari

 

Marussia F1 - On 19 January 2015, the administrators of Marussia announced the auction of its cars and assets had been cancelled as a possible buy out takes place, after the team collapsed owing around £60m, two of the companies out of pocket include Marussia's former competitors McLaren and Ferrari

 

Lewis Hamilton - In February 2015, it was reported that Hamilton had purchased a Ferrari LaFerrari from "his rivals in Maranello


2016

Starting in 2016, Ferrari will supply the new Haas F1 Team and Scuderia Toro Rosso add something

 

Kimi Raikkonen - On 19 August, Ferrari announced that Räikkönen had extended his contract with the team for the 2016 season, taking his total tally with the team to six seasons spread out over a total of ten years

 

Renault in Formula One - Renault terminated their 2016 engine supply agreement with Scuderia Toro Rosso, and the team returned to their former supplier Ferrari

 

Kimi Raikkonen - The two currently race for the Ferrari team in , and will continue doing so in 2016

 

Sebastian Vettel - Vettel has continued this tradition in his first year with Ferrari and christened his SF15-T Eva. For the 2016 season Vettel and his mechanics decided to name his Ferrari SF16-H Margherita

 

Raffaele Marciello - In January 2016, it was announced that Marciello had been dropped by Sauber and had split with the Ferrari Driver Academy for personal reasons

 

Marussia F1 - On 15 January 2016 the Manor Formula 1 team appointed former Ferrari chief designer Nikolas Tombazis as its chief aerodynamicist with immediate effect


2017

The contract was subsequently extended to end in late 2017 add something

 

Sebastian Vettel - He is contracted to remain as a Formula One driver with Scuderia Ferrari until at least the end of 2017

 

Belgian Grand Prix - The fastest lap of the current circuit during a Belgian Grand Prix was set by Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel during the 2017 race

 

Will Stevens - In May 2017 it was confirmed that Stevens would co-drive the JMW Ferrari 488 GTE-Am alongside two Le Mans 'rookies', nineteen-year-old Dries Vanthoor of Holland and British driver Rob Smith

 

On 22 August 2017, Ferrari announced that Kimi Räikkönen had been re-signed for the 2018 season add something

 

Kimi Raikkonen - Räikkönen renewed his contract with Ferrari for the season on 22 August 2017

 

On 26 August 2017, Ferrari announced that Sebastian Vettel had re-signed, meaning that Ferrari's duo of drivers will remain unchanged for the fourth consecutive year in 2018 add something


2018

As of 2018, Ferrari supply the Haas F1 Team and Sauber add something

 

Sebastian Vettel - For the 2018 season, Vettel decided to name his Ferrari SF71H Loria

 

Kimi Raikkonen - In 2018, Ferrari filed legal action on behalf of Räikkönen with Canadian authorities

 

Daniil Kvyat - In January 2018, it was announced that Kvyat will join Scuderia Ferrari as a development driver

 

Daniil Kvyat - On 10 January 2018, Scuderia Ferrari announced that they contracted Kvyat as a development driver for the season

 

On 14 April 2018, AMD announced a multi-year sponsorship with Scuderia Ferrari on the occasion of the Chinese Grand Prix held on the Shanghai Circuit add something

 

Kimi Raikkonen - In September 2018 Scuderia Ferrari announced that Räikkönen would leave at the end of the 2018 season, followed shortly by a message from Sauber Alfa Romeo, the Ferrari affiliated Formula 1 team, that Kimi Räikkönen had been signed on a 2 year contract for 2019 and 2020

 

On 11 September 2018, Ferrari announced that Kimi Raikkonen would be leaving for Sauber and Charles Leclerc along with Sebastian Vettel would be their race drivers for 2019 add something


2019

Junior driver Charles Leclerc is contracted to join Vettel for the 2019 and 2020 seasons add something

 

On 7 January 2019, Ferrari announced that Maurizio Arrivabene had been replaced by Mattia Binotto as team principal for the 2019 season add something

 

In May 2019, the Ferrari Museum in Maranello has launched a special show dedicated to the anniversary add something

 

On 29 May 2019, Ferrari to celebrate the 90th anniversary of its team releases the Ferrari SF90 Stradale add something