This isn't the first time we've seen Ferrari discuss the possibility of a third car. Schumacher's two-wheel counterpart Valentino Rossi recently said he would consider filling a third car for the team. Of course, a third car for Ferrari would mean third cars for all the teams, but Montezemolo says he'd rather face worthy adversaries in the form of three Renaults and three McLarens than bringing more start-up teams into the fold.
As for Luca Badoer, the test driver promoted to fill Felipe Massa's seat in Schumacher's stead, Montezemolo says they'll see how he works out before committing to Badoer's future role.
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