• Hamilton: ‘I feel more comfortable than I did in last year’s car’• Ferrari deny discussions with driver, whose contract ends this year• F1: five things we learned from …
“Finally we have two strong drivers on whom we can count,” the words of Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene after Kimi Raikkonen’s second place finish in Bahrain, his first podium since returning to Ferrari at the start of 2014. Raikkonen’s result, following on from the front row grid slot won by Sebastian Vettel on Saturday […]
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Ferrari 488GTB, a new benchmark for the sports car sector makes its Asia Pacific debut at Shanghai International Auto Show. Forty years on from the launch of Ferrari’s iconic first-ever mid-rear-engined V8 berlinetta, the 308 GTB, the Ferrari 488 GTB opens a new chapter in the history of cars with this particular architecture. La 488 GTB, nuovo punto di riferimento nel settore delle sports car, ha fatto oggi il suo debutto asiatico al Salone internazionale dell’Auto di Shanghai, dove la Ferrari ha mostrato al pubblico il nuovo capitolo della storia dei suoi V8 posteriori-centrali, a 40 anni dalla nascita della 308, prima vettura iconica del Cavallino Rampante con questa architettura
Ferrari hold off signing a new contract with Kimi Raikkonen to ensure the Finn stays motivated and does not ‘fall asleep’.
Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes showed they are still the best team on the grid in Bahrain, but admits they can’t slack off due to the resurgent Ferrari…
Mercedes Formula 1 team boss Toto Wolff says it is now crucial for his team to agree a new contract with Lewis Hamilton amid its increasing battle with Ferrari
Fernando Alonso enjoyed an unusual moment during a Bahrain Grand Prix that further highlighted the work that needs to be done to return McLaren to F1 competitiveness.
Ferrari are set to introduce a big upgrade to their engine for June’s Canadian GP, Sky Sports F1 understands, as they bid to overhaul Mercedes.
• Ferrari’s Maurizio Arrivabene denies team are interested in British driver• ‘Every driver wants to drive for Ferrari, this is normal,’ says Arrivabene• Hamilton cruises to victory in …
Toto Wolff admits that the changes Mercedes made to the W06’s set-up on Friday night in Bahrain contributed to the brake issues suffered by both drivers in the race. Mercedes reacted to the Friday long run pace of Ferrari by … Continue reading →
Maurizio Arrivabene says he won’t rush renewing Kimi Raikkonen’s Ferrari contract to keep the Finn motivated and producing performances.
Sebastian Vettel insists that he’s not thinking about a championship challenge – and is focussing instead on short term efforts to make Ferrari more competitive and push Mercedes harder. Vettel has not been out of the top four thus far … Continue reading →
Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene is not in a hurry to extend Kimi Raikkonen’s contract – and has made it clear that he sees that as source of motivation for the Finn. He also denied suggestions that there had been contact … Continue reading →
Kimi Raikkonen performs at his highest level when he is under pressure, according to Ferrari Formula 1 team principal Maurizio Arrivabene
Mercedes insist they have to “do everything we can” to keep improving their W06 if they are to stay ahead of Ferrari, as the battle between the two titans continues to hot up.
Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene says both his drivers would have finished on the podium in Bahrain had Sebastian Vettel’s race not been compromised by mistakes. He also confirmed that Kimi Raikkonen’s strategy of using medium tyres in the middle stint … Continue reading →
Toto Wolff says his team’s dominance is over after Raikkonen finishes second behind Hamilton in Bahrain
• Hamilton: ‘It’s great to be having a fight with the Ferraris’• Rosberg’s brake problem allowed Raikkonen to take third•Lewis Hamilton cruises to Bahrain Grand Prix winLewis Hamilton, …
• Hamilton: ‘It’s great to be having a fight with the Ferraris’• Rosberg’s brake problem allowed Raikonnen to take third•Lewis Hamilton cruises to Bahrain Grand …
The Bahrain Grand Prix was an exciting event with a tense fight between Mercedes and Ferrari, although the TV coverage seemed to be more focussed on Saubers. Lewis Hamilton drove a controlled race, chased initially by Sebastian Vettel.
Watch as Nico Rosberg fights back in Bahrain against the Ferraris to retake second place at the start of Sunday’s race.
Lewis Hamilton puts in a commanding drive to win the Bahrain Grand Prix ahead of Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen and team-mate Nico Rosberg.
Lewis Hamilton puts in a commanding drive to win the Bahrain Grand Prix ahead of Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen and team-mate Nico Rosberg.
Lewis Hamilton puts in a commanding drive to win the Bahrain Grand Prix ahead of Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen and team-mate Nico Rosberg.
Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkkonen says he “feels good” about finishing second at the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel blamed a lack of race rhythm and ill-handling rear end on his Ferrari for the errors that cost him a Formula 1 podium in the Bahrain Grand Prix
Ferrari have insisted that their strategy wasn’t to blame for Kimi Raikkonen narrowly missing out on victory in the Bahrain GP.
Lewis Hamilton says his victory in the Bahrain Grand Prix shows Mercedes is still the best , although he acknowledged that Ferrari did give them a real good run for our money
Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen believes the team will soon be an even bigger threat to Mercedes at the front of the field in Formula 1, following the Bahrain Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton strode to a comfortable third win of the season at the Bahrain Grand Prix, with the big battle in the closing stages at the Sakhir Circuit being fought by Nico Rosberg and Kimi Raikkonen. The Ferrari driver eventually emerged victorious to take a thrilling second place.
Lewis Hamilton strode to a comfortable third win of the season at the Bahrain Grand Prix, with the big battle in the closing stages at the Sakhir Circuit being fought by Nico Rosberg and Kimi Raikkonen. The Ferrari driver eventually emerged victorious to take a thrilling second place. After a solid start, Hamilton controlled the […]
The Bahrain Grand Prix was an exciting event with a tense fight between Mercedes and Ferrari, although the TV coverage seemed to be more focussed on Saubers. Lewis Hamilton drove a controlled race, chased initially by Sebastian Vettel.
A brake problem causes Mercedes’ Nico Rosberg to run wide at the Bahrain Grand Prix, allowing Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen to take second place.
Lewis Hamilton’s domination of Formula One continued in Bahrain as the reigning world champion clinched his ninth victory in the past 11 races.
Five things we learned: Sloppy errors are costing Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen is starting to look like the stronger Ferrari driver
Lewis Hamilton has won the Bahrain Grand Prix, leading nearly every lap but 5 due to a different strategy for Raikkonen. The Finn finished second for Ferrari, passing Rosberg 3 laps from the end.
Lewis Hamilton extended his World Championship lead with his third victory of the 2015 season in a Bahrain GP in which a rejuvenated Kimi Raikkonen claimed a brilliant second place.
Lewis Hamilton maintains the race lead after a clean getaway in Bahrain, but his team-mate Nico Rosberg is passed by Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen off the line in Sakhir.
Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton and Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel take part in a revealing interview with BBC Sport’s Lee McKenzie.
Latest news and talking points:Lewis Hamilton is looking to continue his charge to a third world title at the Bahrain Grand Prix.Hamilton starts from pole position – his first in BahrainBritish driver starts from front of the grid for fourth time in a rowSebastian Vettel starts in secondNico Rosberg in thirdHamilton finished four tenths of a second clear of Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel, with Nico Rosberg a further 0.147secs adriftHamilton leads championship on 68 points, 13 ahead of Vettel
Latest news and talking points:Lewis Hamilton is looking to continue his charge to a third world title at the Bahrain Grand Prix.Hamilton starts from pole position – his first in BahrainBritish driver starts from front of the grid for fourth time in a rowSebastian Vettel starts in secondNico Rosberg in thirdHamilton finished four tenths of a second clear of Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel, with Nico Rosberg a further 0.147secs adriftHamilton leads championship on 68 points, 13 ahead of Vettel
Latest news and talking points:Lewis Hamilton is looking to continue his charge to a third world title at the Bahrain Grand Prix.Hamilton starts from pole position – his first in BahrainBritish driver starts from front of the grid for fourth time in a rowSebastian Vettel starts in secondNico Rosberg in thirdHamilton finished four tenths of a second clear of Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel, with Nico Rosberg a further 0.147secs adriftHamilton leads championship on 68 points, 13 ahead of Vettel
Lewis Hamilton is looking to continue his charge to a third world title at the Bahrain Grand Prix.Hamilton starts from pole position – his first in Bahrain British driver starts from front of the grid for fourth time in a rowSebastian Vettel starts in secondNico Rosberg in thirdHamilton finished four tenths of a second clear of Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel, with Nico Rosberg a further 0.147secs adriftHamilton leads championship on 68 points, 13 ahead of Vettel Follow the latest news below…
The Bahrain GP will be something of a step into the unknown for Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg as Mercedes has yet to fully prove set-up changes made after Friday. In an attempt to improve tyre usage and get on … Continue reading →
Valtteri Bottas qualified sixth in the qualifying session ahead of the Bahrain Grand Prix. The Finn was happy not to encounter any problems with his back and hopes to have a strong race pace.
Lewis Hamilton says he ‘doesn’t know which way it is going to go’ ahead of the Bahrain Grand Prix as Ferrari continues its march to form.
Toto Wolff has admitted that Ferrari now looks to be a consistent competitor for Mercedes, given that Vettel has now been able to qualify second, simply outpacing Nico Rosberg and coming very close to pole.
Having qualified on pole in Bahrain Lewis Hamilton is hopeful that the Mercedes will be better on its tyres in Sunday’s race than it appeared to be in practice on Friday, when Ferrari had a clear edge on long runs. … Continue reading →