Luca di Montezemolo, the former president of Ferrari, after the Italian Grand Prix, which ended with the retirement of both red cars, spoke out in support of the Italian team during this difficult period for it. He believes that now it would be inappropriate to subject her to violent criticism.
“For everyone who loves Ferrari, and I really love this team, the moment has come when it is best to remain silent,” he said in an interview with Ansa. “On the eve of the 1000th Grand Prix in the history of Ferrari, one can only hope that they will be able to overcome difficulties, because such periods have happened more than once in the past, and now we need to remember that the team can do it”.
Yesterday’s race in Monza was one of the most unsuccessful performances of Scuderia on its home circuit, the last time a double withdrawal of both team cars occurred there in 1995. Then Jean Alesi and Gerhard Berger were unable to reach the finish line due to technical problems.