Oct.23 (GMM) Despite a mixed season for the famous Scuderia, Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo said Brazil could be the scene of a "penalty kick in the ninetieth minute".
Felipe Massa is 7 points behind McLaren's Lewis Hamilton with just the Interlagos race to go, meaning even a Ferrari one-two might not be enough to defend the team's 2007 title."But we do head the manufacturers' championship, and winning this will allow us to write 'world champions' on our car," the Italian said in interview with La Gazzetta dello Sport."My goal at the beginning of the year was to win our eighth title in 10 years. It's something no-one has ever managed," Montezemolo said.Michael Schumacher, Ferrari's recent five-time drivers' champion and now an advisor and occasional test driver, describes the 2008 car as "very sensitive to drive".Montezemolo added: "We have lost many opportunities; we have had problems with reliability, but we are still there."The championship will be decided in Brazil and we hope to score a penalty kick in the ninetieth minute."I am relying on our guys. Kimi is available to help and Massa, who is in great form, is racing at home."