The post-Abu Dhabi test which took place on Tuesday and Wednesday resulted in the fastest lap going to Mercedes test driver Pascal Wehrlein, who lapped the circuit in 1m42.624s, during his 96 laps of running on the second day of the test. This was six-tenths faster than the Ferrari of test driver Raffaele Marciello, who […]
Kimi Raikkonen believes the recent changes at Ferrari, including the recruitment of Sebastian Vettel and Maurizio Arrivabene, will help drive them forward in 2015. Vettel was formally confirmed as a Ferrari drive on the eve of the season-ending race in Abu Dhabi
Fernando Alonso says Ferrari should be favourites to win the championship every year due to the talent it has at its disposal
Key Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko told Germany’s Auto Bild: “Legally, it’s not ok – but I couldn’t care less.”
Raffaele Marciello says it was “impossible” not to think about Jules Bianchi as he took to the test arena for Ferrari on Wednesday…
Raffaele Marciello felt he had to make the most of his debut with Ferrari in Abu Dhabi for the injured Jules Bianchi, who remains in a critical condition following his accident at the Japanese Grand Prix earlier this year
Ferrari s Raffaele Marciello said he pushed really hard throughout his day testing for Ferrari in Abu Dhabi because he felt he had to for Jules Bianchi
Raffaele Marciello admitted injured fellow Ferrari protege Jules Bianchi was foremost in his thoughts as he made his Formula 1 testing debut with the Italian squad in Abu Dhabi
Pascal Wehrlein ensured Mercedes ended the 2014 season in fitting fashion by going fastest as the final Formula One test of the year drew to a close in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday. GP2 race winner Raffaele Marciello put Ferrari second ahead of Toro Rosso’s 2015 rookie Max Verstappen, while McLaren’s interim Honda-powered car hit further complications, completing just two laps in the hands of reserve driver Stoffel Vandoorne
Fernando Alonso admits that he has mixed feelings about leaving Scuderia Ferrari – but he cites Felipe Massa’s 2014 results after leaving Maranello as an example that he intends to emulate. Alonso and team mate Kimi Raikkonen finished the Abu … Continue reading →
Kimi Raikkonen believes Maurizio Arrivabene is the “right guy” for Ferrari and will push the team forward…
Valtteri Bottas topped the first day of the young drivers test at Abu Dhabi, approximately half a second faster than Ferrari's Kimi Räikkönen and Mercedes rival Nico Rosberg.
The four-time world champion has made the leap to the Italian giants after a wildly successful run with his former team, and checked in with his new employers this weekend
Ousted Ferrari Formula 1 team boss Marco Mattiacci was doing “a very good job”, according to 2007 world champion Kimi Raikkonen
Williams’ Valtteri Bottas set the pace on the first day of the final Formula One test of the season at Abu Dhabi on Tuesday. Kimi Raikkonen put Ferrari second, with Mercedes’ Nico Rosberg edging the Force India of GP2 champion Jolyon Palmer for third late on. Meanwhile, McLaren-Honda’s interim F1 car completed three laps in the hands of reserve driver and GP2 runner-up Stoffel Vandoorne
The McLaren-Honda made its eagerly awaited public debut on the first day of the Abu Dhabi test, but completed minimal running at the Yas Marina Circuit due to unreliability.
The McLaren Honda made its eagerly awaited public debut in Abu Dhabi, but completed minimal running at the Yas Marina Circuit due to unreliability.
A letter sent to Ferrari staff explaining why Marco Mattiacci has been replaced at Gestione Sportiva throws some light in the decision. Fiat boss Sergio Marchionne explained to the staff at Maranello that he is committed to “ensure Ferrari maintains its position of influence in the governance of F1″ or in other words that he […]
Sebastian Vettel has made a surprise first appearance in the Ferrari garage on the opening day of the post-season Abu Dhabi test.
Ferrari stunned Formula 1 by dropping Marco Mattiacci after just eight months. JONATHAN NOBLE reveals why a desire for more influence over F1 politics prompted such drastic action
By Ed Gorman, Times F1 Correspondent 2007-10 So Lewis is champion again. The surprising thing is how long it has taken.
Scuderia Ferrari have appointed a new team principal in name of Maurizio Arrivabene, replacing Marco Mattiaci who only joined the team 8 months ago, but recently lost a lot of credit in his handling of Alonso's departure.
• F1 constructor change their team principal• Ferrari failed to win a race for first time sicne 1993 season•Sebastian Vettel officially joins FerrariFerrari have replaced Marco Mattiacci with …
The world’s fastest rollercoaster needs only 4.9 seconds to reach an astounding 150 miles per hour, but that is not fast enough to thrill Formula One driver Kimi Raikkonen. 
Ferrari sack team principal Marco Mattiacci after seven months in the role with Maurizio Arrivabene succeeding him.
There has been more upheaval at Ferrari as Marco Mattiaci has been replaced as Ferrari F1 boss with immediate effect by long time Philip Morris executive Maurizio Arrivabene in a move that had been rumoured during the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix weekend. Mattiaci leaves Ferrari after just eight months at the helm and following the departures of Stefano Domenicali […]
Marco Mattiaci has been replaced as Ferrari F1 boss with immediate effect by long time Philip Morris executive Maurizio Arrivabene in a move that had been rumoured during the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix weekend. Mattiaci leaves Ferrari after just eight months at the helm and following  the Maranello squad’s worst season since 1993 during which they failed to win […]
Ferrari has confirmed that team boss Marco Mattiacci is to be replaced by Maurizio Arravabene, the story having emerged over the weekend in Abu Dhabi. Arravabene has worked for Ferrari’s main sponsor Marlboro since 1997, and is a familiar face … Continue reading →
Despite denials to the contrary at Abu Dhabi’s F1 finale, Scuderia Ferrari will henceforth be led by Maurizio Arrivabene.
Despite denials to the contrary at Abu Dhabi’s F1 finale, Scuderia Ferrari will henceforth be led by Maurizio Arrivabene.
Ferrari has confirmed Maurizio Arrivabene will replace Marco Mattiacci as team principal with immediate effect
• Team to choose between Briton and Kevin Magnussen• Fernando Alonso to take other seat after leaving Ferrari • Button hopes to drive another day after ‘last’ raceJenson …
Ferrari has appointed Maurizio Arrivabene to be head of Gestione Sportiva and Team Principal. Surprisingly, Mattiacci is being dropped completely. Arrivabene is a Marlboro man, and has been the paymaster of Maranello for the last 10 years
Nico Rosberg had done his best to pile the pressure on title rival Lewis Hamilton ahead of their Abu Dhabi showdown, but as he suffered the agony of technical problems, Hamilton kept his cool to secure victory – and with it a second Formula One world championship crown. Williams, meanwhile, scored their first double podium in almost a decade, while there were emotional farewells for Sebastian Vettel at Red Bull and Fernando Alonso at Ferrari
Ferrari has confirmed Maurizio Arrivabene will replace Marco Mattiacci as team principal with immediate effect
Ferrari have replaced their team principal for the second time this year with Maurizio Arrivabene taking over from Marco Mattiacci…
Ferrari have announced the appointment of Maurizio Arrivabene as their new Formula One team principal, replacing Marco Mattiacci who took over from Stefano Domenicali in April. Arrivabene comes to Ferrari from tobacco giants and team sponsors Philip Morris, which he joined in 1997, becoming Vice President Consumer Channel Strategy and Event Marketing in 2011
Ferrari have appointed Maurizio Arrivabene as their new Team Principal, replacing Marco Mattiacci who himself only took the post in April.
Ferrari boss Marco Mattiacci has left the Formula 1 team only eight months after joining and will be replaced by Maurizio Arrivabene
Ferrari replaces team principal Marco Mattiacci after seven months in the role.
King Juan Carlos I of Spain may have inadvertently confirmed Fernando Alonso’s move to McLaren after he announced it as fact in Abu Dhabi
Who will drive for McLaren next season? What will become of Caterham? And what is the future for Ferrari? Why Formula One faces a bumpy …
Raffaele Marciello will get a taste of Formula 1 action this week after Ferrari confirmed he will test in Abu Dhabi…
Fernando Alonso says the reputation he has for being difficult to work with is wrong and thinks the door will stay open at Ferrari for a return
Fernando Alonso admits it was hard to control his emotions as he lined up for his final race with Ferrari in Abu Dhabi.
Raffaele Marciello will make his Formula 1 testing debut for Ferrari in the coming week’s Abu Dhabi sessions
Kimi Raikkonen says the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix was as difficult as he expected it would be after struggling home in tenth
Fernando Alonso said his final race for Ferrari was emotional after driving for the team for the last time in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
Fernando Alonso said his final race for Ferrari “was emotional” after driving for the team for the last time in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix