Ferrari will start an intensive testing programme on September 1 to evaluate new Bridgestone tyres and aerodynamic components for its F2003-GA ahead of the Italian Grand Prix.

Ferrari will start an intensive testing programme on September 1 to evaluate new Bridgestone tyres and aerodynamic components for its F2003-GA ahead of the Italian Grand Prix.


CARtoday.com reported on Wednesday that errari president Luca Di Montezemolo was disgusted with his team's disappointing performance in the Hungarian Grand Prix and said the Scuderia must pull itself together before Monza.


And, according to , the F2003-GA will have profound changes for its home Grand Prix. A new aerodynamic package will include new front and rear wings, modified side pods, a different rear diffuser and a few other elements.


The Scuderia will also introduce a new evolution of its 052 engine and a modified electronic module to improve the launch control system.


Like all the teams, Ferrari will be at Monza from September 2 to 4, but will also use the Fiorano and Mugello tracks.


As for Rubens Barrichello's accident during the Hungarian Grand Prix, the Scuderia initially believed that the cause was a broken upper suspension arm but now it seems more likely that the origin may come from the differential.