Spaniard denies he is thinking of rejoining McLaren But in tough year it is quite boring to drive the carFernando Alonso is not relishing his racing with Ferrari this year …
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La última cita europea del Mundial de Fórmula 1 se lleva a cabo en una de las pistas más evocadoras, con más ambiente e historia del calendario: el Autódromo de Monza. Para resumir esta carrera en una palabra, basta con decir “velocidad”. Subscribe ferrariworld: Follow us on Facebook and Twitter Ferrari Since 1947
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Formula 1’s final European appointment of the season takes place at one of the most evocative, atmospheric and historic venues on the calendar, the Monza ‘Autodromo.’ To sum it up in one word, it’s all about speed. Subscribe ferrariworld: Follow us on Facebook and Twitter Ferrari Since 1947
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L’ultimo appuntamento europeo del Mondiale di Formula 1 si svolge su una delle piste più storiche, evocative e ricche di atmosfera del calendario: l’Autodromo di Monza. Per sintetizzare questa gara con una parola, basta dire “velocità”. Subscribe ferrariworld: Follow us on Facebook and Twitter Ferrari Since 1947
Fernando Alonso says he has no intention of leaving Ferrari “at the moment” but is “proud the best teams are interested”
Marco Mattiacci admitted that Ross Brawn would be welcome back at Ferrari, but conceded that the former boss isn’t part of their current plans…
Fernando Alonso says it is “not his intention to move” from Ferrari and that he wants to “finish the job”.
Fernando Alonso insists he remains committed to Ferrari for now, despite a fresh push by McLaren to lure the Spaniard for its new Honda era
James Allison would benefit from the assistance Brawn retired last year after four seasons at MercedesFerraris team principal Marco Mattiacci has revealed he would love to see Ross …
In our series exploring the history of Grands Prix through selected iconic images, we turn our attention to Italy, and in particular to historic Monza. This look back through the archives takes in a famous win for John Surtees, one of the closest finishes of all time, an emotional one-two for Ferrari, heartache for Mika Hakkinen, Sebastian Vettel’s stunning first win, and more
Ferrari Technical Director James Allison believes Scuderia’s short term view in the past is to blame for their lack of strong results this season…
Ferrari Technical Director James Allison believes Scuderia’s short term view in the past is to blame for their lack of strong results this season…
Fernando Alonso has no intention of leaving Ferrari next year and says the constant speculation over his future has been stressful at times
Ross Brawn is not currently part of Ferrari’s plans for the future, even though team boss Marco Mattiacci says the Formula 1 outfit would welcome him back
Fernando Alonso has confirmed that he will remain at Ferrari for another season, despite McLaren’s public interest and Scuderia’s poor 2014…
Fernando Alonso has ruled out leaving Ferrari despite another year of frustration with the Scuderia and the flattery of McLaren making their interest in re-signing him public.
James Allison believes Ferrari’s recent lack of success has been a result of having “worked a bit short-term in the past”
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Kimi Raikkonen received a rapturous welcome from the thousands of Dutch fans at yesterday’s VKV Rotterdam City Racing Event. The Finn put on a great show on a track laid out through the city streets, at the wheel of a 2009 Ferrari F60, the type of car he raced when he first came to the Scuderia. He put the car through its paces, with thrilling tyre burn-outs, donuts and incredible acceleration, all of it accompanied by the roar of the 056 V8 engine, to the delight of the crowd
Jonathan Williams, who started one world championship Formula 1 grand prix for Ferrari, has died at the age of 71
Jonathan Williams, who started one world championship Formula 1 grand prix for Ferrari, has died at the age of 71
Marco Mattiacci insists he is more concerned with taking Ferrari back to the pinnacle of Formula One than convincing its fans he is the man to do it
Jonathan Williams, perhaps best known for driving a works Ferrari on his one and only GP start in Mexico in 1967, passed away in Spain on Sunday at the age of 71. A true gentleman, and a gentle man, he … Continue reading →
While Ferrari's structure is undergoing some surgery, we ponder over what led to the team's dip in success and what could serve as a remedy for its decaying form
Ferrari Team Principal Marco Mattiacci says he is ’100 times more motivated’ to succeed in his role than when he took over from Stefano Domenicali…
Ferrari boss Marco Mattiacci says he is ’100 times more motivated’ to succeed in his role than when he took over from Stefano Domenicali…
Marco Mattiacci says he is “100 times more motivated” to succeed as Ferrari team principal than when he started at the F1 team in China
Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci believes Kimi Raikkonen is finally showing his true potential following a difficult start to the 2014 season…
Williams head of vehicle performance Rob Smedley tells Crash.net he takes no added satisfaction from fighting with Ferrari for third place in the constructors’ championship
Kimi Raikkonen says he is still having difficulties with the Ferrari F14 T despite an improved result last weekend at the Belgian Grand Prix
It’s been almost six months since the enigmatic Marco Mattiacci took on one of the toughest jobs in Formula One racing – team principal at Ferrari – tasked with returning the Italian team to winning ways. Ahead of the Scuderia’s home race at Monza next weekend, we spoke to Mattiacci about his honeymoon period, Alonso’s leadership, Raikkonen’s revival and more
Ferrari boss Marco Mattiacci says he “strongly believes” in Kimi Raikkonen and is confident the Finn’s results will improve soon
Jenson Button’s future is uncertain after McLaren boss Ron Dennis said on Thursday he was monitoring other leading drivers who might become available.
Ferrari Team Principal Marco Mattiacci has set the target of returning the Italian marque to world title-winning ways within three years.
Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci wants to see the engine freeze regulations lifted in order to maintain “the DNA of Formula One”
Ferrari have called on the F1 authorities to consider changing the rules that prevent making mechanical changes to power units during the season…
It’s the Belgian Grand Prix weekend. But instead of being faced by the famous Spa track, Sportsmail has been invited to check out a specially designed circuit featuring snow and a neon rave.
Team principal Marco Mattiacci believes Ferrari can learn a thing or two from Red Bull and Daniel Ricciardo this season…
The Ferrari Formula 1 team wants rules that prevent engine manufacturers tweaking their designs during the season relaxed in order to help close up the competitive order.
Jules Bianchi scored the first points of his Formula One career earlier this year with a brilliant drive to ninth place in Monaco – rather apt considering the first Grand Prix the 25-year-old Frenchman ever attended as a child was in Monte Carlo. Discover more of the Ferrari Driver Academy member’s ‘firsts’ in this exclusive interview, including crashes, kisses, cooking and more
Kimi Raikkonen believes Ferrari is making small steps forward but is convinced the team is progressing slower than it should be because of how rarely he has problem-free weekends
Jenson Button’s Formula 1 career is doubt as his team McLaren continue their pursuit of Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso.
Kimi Raikkonen says Ferrari needs to focus on getting a clean race weekend and can then hope it gets a welcome surprise at the Italian Grand Prix
Esteban Gutierrez has described the lack of reliability his Sauber-Ferrari Formula 1 has suffered in recent grands prix as “unacceptable”.
Esteban Gutierrez has described the lack of reliability his Sauber-Ferrari Formula 1 has suffered in recent grands prix as “unacceptable”.
Kimi Raikkonen has praised the progress that Ferrari have made in recent months, saying they are “getting stronger”…
Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci says he wants manufacturers to be given the chance to make changes to their engine during a season
The 2014 Belgian Grand Prix will be remembered for the collision between the two main title contenders, Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton. However, there were some interesting strategy aspects to the race, not least recovery strategies for Rosberg and Alonso, while Kimi Raikkonen was a few tantalising laps away from a first podium for Ferrari […]
Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci says “kudos to Red Bull” for the way it has taken advantage of Mercedes slip-ups to win three F1 races this season
Kimi Raikkonen believes the Ferrari Formula 1 team is becoming stronger as the 2014 season wears on, after recording his best result of the campaign at the Belgian Grand Prix