Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has launched a scathing attack on Sunday's Singapore Grand Prix.
Renault's Fernando Alonso took victory at the Marina Bay circuit but Ferrari drivers Filipe Massa slipped from pole to 13th and Kimi Raikkonen crashed out.
"When we race on tracks which should be used for the circus, anything can happen," he told Gazzetta dello Sport.
"This is humiliating for F1 and it is an aspect I want to talk about with the other teams in the next few weeks."
F1's first night race drew rave reviews from spectators but drivers complained about how bumpy the track was, particularly off the racing line, which made overtaking difficult on a street circuit hemmed in by barriers. Click For Pathetic Stupid Whiningness.....
Boooo Hooo.....We had a crap race, so the track must be to blame!!
Ive seriously had enough. They are racing drivers, theyre meant to deal with things such as bumpy tracks. Next, well see that the WRC will complain that Gravel Rallies are too rough or something!!!!
Seriously! Instead of making the shittest excuses for having a terrible weekend of racing, maybe they should address the fact that at the moment, they are the most dangerous F1 Team in the world. I take my hat off to anyone who works for Ferrari, because I know I wouldnt want to risk being twatted by a fuel hose every race.