Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel says Formula 1 cars need to have the fear factor brought back for drivers.
Sebastian Vettel says this year’s Ferrari SF15-T Formula 1 car is “strong everywhere”, adding that the team simply underperformed last time out in the Spanish Grand Prix
Sebastian Vettel admits not much should be read into Thursday’s times in Monaco, but he hopes Ferrari can be a bit closer to Mercedes…
Daniel Ricciardo is hoping to challenge the Ferraris in Monaco this weekend, but he concedes it will take "quite an effort" to get in front…
No surprise as the Mercedes cars took 1-2 through Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg while they were followed by the Ferrari drivers…
Red Bull team leader Daniel Ricciardo says that the team might be able to challenge Ferrari in the Monaco Grand Prix, but admits that day one did little to clarify matters.
F1’s drivers have taken the unprecedented step of launching a survey to find out what the sport’s fans want it to be like in the future.
No surprise as the Mercedes cars took 1-2 through Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg while they were followed by the Ferrari pair of Seb Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen…
Kimi Raikkonen is content with the feeling of his Ferrari despite a disrupted day of track action ahead of the Monaco Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton set the pace in opening practice for the Monaco GP on Thursday morning, with Mercedes team-mate and title rival Nico Rosberg down in ninth.
Lewis Hamilton set the pace in opening practice for the Monaco GP on Thursday morning, with Mercedes team-mate and title rival Nico Rosberg down in ninth.
Kimi Raikkonen appeared unconcerned by the latest rumours concerning his future at Ferrari, preferring instead to concentrate on returning to podium contention in Monaco this weekend.
Kimi Raikkonen appeared unconcerned by the latest rumours concerning his future at Ferrari, preferring instead to concentrate on returning to podium contention in Monaco this weekend.
Ahead of the Monaco Grand Prix, Sebastian Vettel believes Ferrari ‘underperformed’ in Spain, insisting its upgrades are an improvement
Despite gentle speculation that he could consider a new challenge at Ferrari, Lewis Hamilton confirmed what most fully expected ahead of the Monaco GP – he is staying at Mercedes for a further three seasons.
Lewis Hamilton has finally committed to Mercedes and signed a three-year contract extension that commits him to the team until 2018. The two parties have been negotiating for months, and despite suggestions of a flirtation with Ferrari the reigning champion … Continue reading →
Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes have finally ended weeks of anticipation by finally signing a contract which keeps 2014′s title-winning partnership in tandem.
Williams’ Felipe Massa has backed the proposed return of refuelling to F1 in 2017 as he believes it will lead to more exciting “sprint” racing.
Kimi Raikkonen shrugs off the notion that Ferrari would lavish attention on Sebastian Vettel if he asserts himself as team leader.
Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene says next month’s Canadian Grand Prix will be a particular “nightmare” for the Formula 1 team if it can’t get on top of its traction problems
Our latest Guest Blog comes from young writer Will Saunders, who compares the circumstances around 27 year old Sebastian Vettel’s arrival at Maranello and his idol Michael Schumacher’s at the same age in 1996 and looks for com parables.   With Vettel on the podium four times out of five races, with one victory, he’s certainly […]
Eric Boullier believes Fernando Alonso is "relieved" to be away from Ferrari as the frustration was "very energy-consuming"…
Valtteri Bottas has admitted he was surprised by Williams’ performance relative to their closest rivals in Spain given they only introduced a small number of updates.
Philip Morris will continue its silent sponsorship of the Ferrari team despite tobacco advertising being banned…
No official statement has emerged since today’s lengthy meeting of the F1 Strategy Group in Biggin Hill, and which was attended by Bernie Ecclestone, Jean Todt and representatives of Ferrari, Red Bull, McLaren, Mercedes, Williams and Force India. However the … Continue reading →
Raffaele Marciello says it is difficult to compare the Ferrari and Sauber as they ‘fight for something different’.
Taking his work from the simulator to the track, Esteban Gutierrez says he has a "very good feeling" about Ferrari’s new aero package…
Proposals aimed at improving F1′s spectacle and sustainability were discussed at a meeting of the sport’s leading powerbrokers on Thursday.
Proposals aimed at improving F1′s spectacle and sustainability were discussed at a meeting of the sport’s leading powerbrokers on Thursday.
Merely finishing in the top three is no longer a target for Ferrari F1 team boss Maurizio Arrivabene as the Scuderia faces falling further behind rival Mercedes.
TEAMS TEST ENTIRE 2015 P ZERO SLICK TYRE RANGE AT BARCELONA, AS WELL AS PROTOTYPE DEVELOPMENT TYRES FOR THE FUTURE FOUR TEAMS CARRY OUT TESTING ON BEHALF OF PIRELLI: FERRARI, MERCEDES, RED BULL AND TORO ROSSO NICO ROSBERG TOPS THE TIME SHEETS FOR MERCEDES, USING THE SOFT TYRE Every single slick compound of Pirelli’s 2015 range took to the track for the first in-season test of the year at Barcelona: the third test session in total to be held this year at Montmelo, following two pre-season tests there as well. Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg was fastest in the test, going quickest on the opening morning using the P Zero Yellow soft tyre. The teams used mostly the hard and medium compounds for the Barcelona test, although there was some runs on the supersoft as well: the tyre that will be seen in action for the first time this year at the Monaco Grand Prix in just over a week.
Ferrari development driver Esteban Gutierrez believes that, after a little fine-tuning, Ferrari’s latest aerodynamic package is an advance over its predecessor.
Esteban Gutierrez has no doubt Ferrari has improved its package after two days of in-season Formula 1 testing in Barcelona this week
Ferrari received more money than any other team in Formula 1 for the 2014 season due to the championship’s current payment system, details of which AUTOSPORT can reveal
Ferrari protegee Raffaele Marciello says this year’s SF15-T is a definite improvement on last year’s car…
Fernando Alonso feels Ferrari inability to challenge Mercedes for the win in Spain has given credence to his decision to swap to McLaren…
Maurizio Arrivabene insists the updated Ferrari SF15-T is faster, d despite appearing to lose ground on Mercedes at the Spanish Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso believes the size of Mercedes’ win in the Spanish GP has vindicated his decision to move to McLaren, saying “nothing has changed” at Ferrari.
Williams performance chief Rob Smedley believes his Formula 1 team has closed the gap to Ferrari after a strong result in the Spanish Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton has hinted that he is close to signing a new contract with Mercedes, amid rumours that talks were deadlocked due to interest in the world champion from Ferrari.
Kimi Raikkonen says he sacrificed his race pace by running an older spec in the Spanish Grand Prix for the good of the Ferrari Formula 1 team
• Maurizio Arrivabene restricts Ferrari’ ambition to three race wins this season• Sebastian Vettel had talked up his own chances after Spanish Grand PrixFerrari team …
Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene insists that the update package that the team introduced in Spain was successful – but he admits that there is much work to be done to close the gap to Mercedes that opened up again this … Continue reading →
Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene has said "no" to signing Lewis Hamilton but admits Valtteri Bottas is an "interesting" prospect…
Ferrari chief Maurizio Arrivabene says closing the gap to Mercedes, rather than simply racking up podium finishes, is his priority as the team look for answers as to why they slipped further behind the world champions at the Spanish GP.
Kimi Raikkonen plays down the margin between Ferrari and Mercedes in Spain, suggesting it has the potential to change again in Monaco and Canada
In hindsight, Kimi Raikkonen concedes it would "maybe" have been better to run Ferrari’s upgraded aero package in Sunday’s Spanish GP…
Kimi Raikkonen is left frustrated behind Valtteri Bottas, saying the Williams has the unusual tendency to disrupt the Ferrari aero when following.
Valtteri Bottas shows off his defensive driving skills again as he resists Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen for fourth place in the Spanish Grand Prix.