Ferrari team boss Maurizio Arrivabene has sympathised with Kimi Raikkonen for having to deal with speculation over his future in Formula 1 beyond this year
Kimi Raikkonen and not Ferrari made the decision to come into the pits early and change to intermediate tyres at Sunday’s British Grand Prix…
Kimi Raikonnen and not Ferrari made the decision to come into the pits early and change to intermediate tyres at Sunday’s British Grand Prix…
Ferrari must focus on improving its weaknesses, rather than just its strengths, after being out-performed by Williams at Silverstone, says Maurizio Arrivabene
Ferrari Formula 1 chief Maurizio Arrivabene has defended his team’s development policy following a disappointing British Grand Prix weekend
Christian Horner believes Red Bull could have finished on the podium at the British GP had Daniil Kvyat not spun on his in-lap as the rain started to fall.
Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene has confirmed it was Kimi Raikkonen’s call to pit early for intermediate tyres in the British Grand Prix after the Finn’s race was wrecked by the decision.
Daniil Kvyat scores his second top six result of the season with a competitive turn at the British Grand Prix for Red Bull Ring.
Sebastian Vettel is adamant his podium result in Britain was "not a gift" but rather the result of a good call by Ferrari…
Ferrari Formula 1 team principal Maurizio Arrivabene says his glass is ‘half empty’ after the British Grand Prix, despite Sebastian Vettel taking a podium finish
Sebastian Vettel insisted his British Grand Prix podium was “not a gift” and earned on merit, though he conceded the Ferrari Formula 1 team was off the pace at Silverstone
Formula 1 champion Kimi Räikkönen was not happy to see his team suffering in qualifying, but he is sure Ferrari doesn’t find itself on a downside curve.
Valtteri Bottas will look to get ahead of Williams team-mate Felipe Massa early on so he isn’t used as a buffer between him and the Ferraris.
Williams may have been faster than Ferrari during qualifing at Silverstone, but Kimi Raikkonen insists it’s not too big a concern for the team…
Williams performance chief Rob Smedley said he was surprised by how much Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas outperformed Ferrari in British Grand Prix qualifying
Kimi Raikkonen has dismissed suggestions Ferrari is falling back in Formula 1′s competitive order after being outperformed by Mercedes and Williams in British Grand Prix qualifying
Kimi Raikkonen believes Ferrari were blown off course during British GP qualifying by the blustery Saturday conditions at Silverstone after they were surprisingly beaten to the second row by Williams.
Lewis Hamilton keeps it neat to score a popular pole position at home for the British Grand Prix, while Williams out-perform Ferrari.
Lewis Hamilton gave the sell out crowd what they came to see with his third career pole position at Silverstone as he headed team-mate Nico Rosberg in another Mercedes lock out as the Williams team muscled Ferrari off the second row. Hamilton’s march to the front of the grid here means he is now third on the all-time […]
• British driver edges out Mercedes team-mate at Silverstone• Ferrari’s Massa third on grid as crowd of 110,000 watch qualifyingLewis Hamilton will start the British Grand Prix from …
Sebastian Vettel has warned that Mercedes will be "quick no matter what" after Ferrari found themselves a lot closer to the front at Silverstone…
Kimi Raikkonen has played down his P2 during Friday practice at Silverstone, saying Ferrari still have to improve…
Sebastian Vettel was content with a trouble-free day and the three-tenth margin to Mercedes, but insists that Ferrari still has work to do to challenge at the British Grand Prix.
Kimi Raikkonen is happy with the Ferrari over a single lap, but feels there are gains to be made on the trickier hard tyre.
Sebastian Vettel believes Ferrari must still improve their SF15-T around the fast sweeps of Silverstone despite splitting the Mercedes on the Friday timesheet.
Nico Rosberg continued to be fastest in the second free practice session at Silverstone, this time edging out Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel on the Ferraris. Team mate Lewis Hamilton was fourth fastest, almost half a second off of the German pace setter today.
Nico Rosberg set the pace again in Friday afternoon British Grand Prix practice at Silverstone, with his Mercedes Formula 1 team-mate Lewis Hamilton only fourth behind the Ferraris
Ferrari will utilise a revised wheelnut system for the British Grand Prix after team principal Maurizio Arrivabene slated them as “stupid” following the last Formula 1 race in Austria
Relive the drama as Lewis claims pole position ahead of Nico while Williams beat Ferrari onto the second row
Nico maintains his morning advantage over the rest of the field but Lewis slips back behind the Ferraris
Sebastian Vettel says Mercedes’ ability to ‘turn up’ its engines when it matters helps explains why Ferrari often looks quicker on a Friday.
Even if Mercedes continue to dominate here this weekend, Williams believe they can take the fight to Ferrari in Sunday’s British Grand Prix.
Kimi Raikkonen says the speculation surrounding his future at Ferrari "doesn’t really surprise" him as it has been going on for months…
Sebastian Vettel hopes Ferrari keep under fire team-mate Kimi Raikkonen for 2016.
Kimi Räikkonen says he is unconcerned by speculation that his drive at Ferrari is under threat saying that “there is always speculation” and that he will “know at some point what will happen”. Ferrari have an option on the 35-year-old who is out of contract at the end of the year, but Raikkonen’s wavering qualifying […]
Sebastian Vettel has no doubt Ferrari team-mate Kimi Raikkonen “knows what he’s doing” and hopes Ferrari keeps the 2007 Formula 1 world champion next year
Kimi Raikkonen’s difficulties at Ferrari are largely psychological, says former team-mate Felipe Massa.
Formula 1 world championship leader Lewis Hamilton is unsure which of Ferrari and Williams will offer Mercedes the biggest challenge at the British Grand Prix this weekend
Kimi Raikkonen insists that he is not listening to the F1 paddock whispers suggesting his seat at Ferrari could be in jeopardy for next season.
Kimi Raikkonen insists that he is not listening to the F1 paddock whispers suggesting his seat at Ferrari could be in jeopardy for next season.
When FIA president Jean Todt ran Ferrari in his previous life and met up with McLaren boss Ron Dennis in team principals’ meetings, the sparks would fly. Each was fiercely defending his team’s competitive advantages and the battle was every bit as fierce as anything going on between the drivers on track.
Felipe Massa reckons Formula 1 rival Kimi Raikkonen is struggling to deal with the pressure of driving for Ferrari, following a recent run of bad grands prix
Five talking points ahead of the British Grand Prix, including the true popularity of Lewis Hamilton, the worth of Kimi Raikkonen at Ferrari and whether Silverstone can lighten F1′s gloom
Daniel Ricciardo admits that a switch to Ferrari is unlikely, but says that it’s "nice to be recognised" by a team like the Scuderia…
After consecutive rostrums for the Williams team Felipe Massa feels it is vital to use the momentum to continue to haul in Ferrari
Seb Vettel may hope Kimi Raikkonen remains at Ferrari, but if it was up to David Coulthard then the Finn would be replaced by Nico Hulkenberg or Valtteri Bottas…
Watch highlights from the 1998 British Grand Prix as Ferrari’s Michael Schumacher controversially wins a rain-soaked race in the pit lane.
Daniel Ricciardo comments on rumours that suggest he is being targeted by Ferrari to replace Kimi Raikkonen for 2016.
The McLaren Formula 1 team is set to change Fernando Alonso’s engine at the British Grand Prix after Honda found damage from his crash with Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen in Austria