Montezemolo: I don’t think we can work miracles 12 June, 2014 Luca di Montezemolo throwing in the towel? Under performing Ferrari is turning its attention towards the 2015 season, president Luca di Montezemolo has hinted. Having faltered at the very start of the new era of turbo V6 engines, the fabled Italian team is now a distant third in the championship, between dominant Mercedes and chasing champions Red Bull. Maranello unveiled a car so modified for Canada last weekend that many dubbed it a B-version, but the Formula 14T still struggled at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. Montreal might have been Ferrari’s last roll of the dice for the 2014 title, with more attention now to be shifted towards the 2015 project. President Montezemolo does not deny it, saying to Tuttosport, “I don’t think we can work miracles in the short term, but we are working hard for the future knowing that what was done this year was not done well enough. Canada was another below par weekend for Ferrari duo Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen “We are in a difficult moment,” Montezemolo admitted, “but there is little to talk about and much to do.” However, on a visit to Florence on Wednesday, Ferrari’s flamboyant 66-year-old president said Maranello is not about to stop working hard on the 2014 car. “We must absolutely improve a lot this year,” he is quoted by La Repubblica, “pursuing this plan with determination.” At the same time, Montezemolo said new team boss Marco Mattiacci is also looking ahead at “a very big challenge for next year, in so many areas, because there really is a lot to do”. “In particular,” he added, “we must work on having a much more integrated car and engine next year.” (GMM) Tweet Related NewsBriatore: Alonso got tired of Ferrari empty promisesFurbato: The revolution at Ferrari is impressiveJock Clear leaves Mercedes for FerrariHamashima leavesas Ferrari continue to wield the axeFry and Tombazis axed as Ferrari revolution continuesTodt: Ferrari is like someone who is tired and needs a doctorArrivabene: Ferrari on the attack until we are back where we should beFry set to follow Tombazis out the Ferrari doorEx-Mercedes tech chief Bell set for Ferrari moveHaas: Whoever I spoke to at Ferrari got fired!