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THE ENTIRE Ferrari team, who had a less than auspicious Grand Prix of Europe, were summoned to a two-and-a-half hour meeting with a disgruntled president, Luca di Montezemolo, yesterday.

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The promoters and the punters had what they wanted, and although customary Friday caution balanced the euphoria down in the Ferrari compound, they were content to claim the emergence of "the real Eddie Irvine".

Motor racing: New designer for Ferrari

The former Benetton designer Rory Byrne will take over from John Barnard as chief designer at Ferrari next week.

Motor racing: Ferrari passes its test

Double world drivers' champion Michael Schumacher yesterday tested Ferrari's new car for the first time. Ferrari launched the new car, the F310B, yesterday in Fiorano, Italy, close to the team's Maranello headquarters.

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David Tremayne in Adelaide watches a sport cope with potential tragedy

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