Ferrari ready to celebrate 1,000th race on home soil in Mugello… but this is their worst period in nearly 30 years as they head into the Tuscan Grand Prix well off the pace of Mercedes

There’s nothing much wrong with Ferrari at the moment — just the car, the engine, the drivers and the management. The family will be represented by son Mick, the 21-year-old Ferrari academy driver who won his second F2 race last week in Monza, which was at least something for the Tifosi to cheer. Since Schumacher claimed his seventh world championship and his fifth consecutive title with the team in 2004, Ferrari have only won the drivers’ title just once since. In all, Ferrari have won 16 constructors’ and 15 drivers’ titles, both records. Call me mad, but why haven’t Ferrari signed one of them?. Ferrari’s biggest loss in recent times has been engineer James Allison to rivals Mercedes.

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