The dream of all Ferrari fans and many motorsport fans in Italy is that the red will soon be able to compete again for the top of the Formula 1 World Championship, arriving where the ‘English’ Mercedes and Red Bull are currently located. In the aftermath of the final of the European football championships, won by the Italian national team against that of the Three Lions, moreover in their lair at Wembley, also the Maranello team wanted to remove a few pebbles from their shoes, in particular after the teasing arrived yesterday via social media from Mercedes.
England-Italy, Mercedes ‘provokes’ Ferrari
It’s coming to Rome, actually, it just arrived! 🇮🇹 ⚽️ 🏆# Euro2020 @ MercedesAMGF1
– Scuderia Ferrari (@ScuderiaFerrari) July 11, 2021
Brackley’s stable had released a video in which stickers with the writing were attached “It’s coming home” next to the historic Cavallino brand. After the game, from Maranello they could not resist the temptation of a tasty answer. Thus, along with a ‘classic’ post of congratulations for Roberto Mancini’s national team, the reply came: “He is coming to Rome. Indeed, it has just arrived!“. Great social party also for Antonio Giovinazzi, who had already appeared in the paddock in Austria with a lot of blue shirt of the national team.
How extraordinarily beautiful it is to be Italian❓ 🇮🇹🇮🇹🇮🇹#ITA #ItalyEngland #VivoA Azzurro # EURO2020 pic.twitter.com/aQzN2mhHfM
– Antonio Giovinazzi (@Anto_Giovinazzi) July 11, 2021
Perhaps the most unexpected and curious support for our tricolor, at least at an engine level, came before the match. This was demonstrated by the Canadian from Williams Nicholas Latifi. “Come on Azzurri! I’m half Italian “, his message tweeted just before kick-off. In the end, after the agonizing series of shots from the spot, he was right. With all due respect to his English boxing mate George Russell, an avid supporter of His Majesty’s national team for the whole tournament and ‘silenced’ at the very best moment.
Come on Azzurri !! … .. I am half Italian! ⚽️#ITA
– Nicholas Latifi (@NicholasLatifi) July 11, 2021