Kimi Raikkonen has opened the door to staying at Ferrari and prolonging his Formula 1 career into 2016.
Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel have called on tyre manufacturer Pirelli to improve the performance of their wet-weather tyre in order to make Formula One safer.
The words were propelled by flame thrower. A day after Ferrari’s patrician ex-president, Luca di Montezemolo, left office, revealing on national television in Italy what we already knew, that Fernando Alonso would be following him out the door, his replacement, Sergio Marchionne, delivered his molten mission statement.
With the Italian team starved of success for the last six campaigns, new chairman Sergio Marchionne is willing to do whatever it takes to return Ferrari to former glories.
Tyre manufacturer Pirelli may yet change its thinking over the tyre choice for the forthcoming Brazilian Grand Prix, but not as a consequence of Felipe Massa’s ‘dangerous’ comments.
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Ferrari have ended speculation surrounding Fernando Alonso’s future – with their outgoing president confirming he will cut short his contract at the end of the season.
BBC Sport looks at some of the the highs and lows from Fernando Alonso’s five-year spell at Ferrari.
Fernando Alonso will leave Ferrari at the end of the current Formula One season, according to the Italian team’s recently-departed president Luca Di Montezemolo.
Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel call for better wet-weather tyres to reduce the danger of racing in the rain.
The Marussia driver is still in hospital in Japan where he remains “stable but critical” after his crash at the Suzuka track 11 days ago
Ferrari have ended speculation surrounding Fernando Alonso’s future – with their outgoing president confirming he will cut short his contract at the end of the season.
Former president Luca Di Montezemolo appears to have confirmed Fernando Alonso’s departure from Ferrari after admitting the driver wants “another environment”.
Former champion wants to move to a winning team Spaniard is expected to return to McLarenFernando Alonso is leaving Ferrari at the end of the …
Former president admits team’s ailing fortunes – Ferrari have not won a constructors’ title since 2008 – playing large part in the Spaniard’s departure
The Spaniard is deciding between joining McLaren or taking a year off and is set to be replaced at Ferrari by four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel
The F1 team are ‘shocked and angered’ by allegations they ordered the Frenchman to speed past safety flags at rainy Suzuka before his accident
Fernando Alonso is leaving Ferrari at the end of this season, the company’s outgoing president Luca Di Montezemolo confirms.
Fernando Alonso is leaving Ferrari at the end of this season, the company’s outgoing president Luca Di Montezemolo confirms.
Bernie Ecclestone has blazed a trail for governing bodies’ amorality when it comes to doing self-serving deals with dictators.
It is not a question of Lewis Hamilton “deserving” the world title, but after nine wins he exudes calmness and confidence, says David Coulthard.
Caterham deny Kamui Kobayashi’s claim that they told him to retire from the Russian Grand Prix to save the car.
Eric Boullier has defended McLaren’s delay in deciding on their driver line-up for 2015, insisting they have to make the right call for the long-term success of the team.
Ex-F1 driver Robert Kubica says Jules Bianchi’s Japanese GP crash is a stark reminder the sport will never be 100% safe.
Caterham team boss Manfredo Ravetto has said he “cannot understand” Kamui Kobayashi’s comments implying that nothing was wrong with his car after retiring in the Russian GP and insisted the team stopped his CT05 purely on safety grounds.
Lewis Hamilton has hailed the past two years as the best of his life after concluding two days of celebrations with everyone at Mercedes following their success in winning the F1 constructors’ title.
British-based Marussia have said they are ‘shocked’ ‘angered’ and ‘deeply saddened’ by claims they contributed to Jules Bianchi’s life-threatening crash at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Marussia are “shocked and angered” by media reports suggesting that Jules Bianchi did not slow down under caution flags before his accident at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Bild claims “new information” has come to light that Frenchman failed to slow down while yellow flags were being waved in Japan before his horrific crash
Lee McKenzie visits McLaren’s Kevin Magnussen in his homeland Denmark where he is fast becoming his country’s most famous sports star.
Some media outlets have suggested the Frenchman ignored yellow flags shortly before careering into a recovery crane at the Japanese Grand Prix
Formula One team deny telling Bianchi to ignore flags At no point did the team urge Jules to drive faster Bianchi in critical but stable condition in hospital …
Formula One team deny telling Bianchi to ignore flags At no point did the team urge Jules to drive faster Bianchi in critical but stable condition in hospital …
Marussia have furiously denied media reports that the team and Jules Bianchi flouted regulations moments before his life-threatening accident at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Marussia are “shocked” by reports suggesting Jules Bianchi did not slow down under caution flags at the Japanese GP.
Marussia are “angered” by reports suggesting Jules Bianchi did not slow down under caution flags at the Japanese GP.
New world champions Mercedes say they will block any move to relax the rule restricting in-season engine development.
The Marussia driver is still in hospital in Japan where he remains “stable but critical” after his crash at the Suzuka track 10 days ago
The Marussia driver is still in hospital in Japan where he remains “stable but critical” after his crash at the Suzuka track nine days ago
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The Marussia driver suffered severe brain injuries in a 160mph crash at Suzuka and his family admit the situation remains desperate
McLaren boss Eric Boullier says Jenson Button is not driving for his place despite uncertainty over the 2015 line-up.
Russia held its first F1 Grand Prix in the Winter Olympics host city and will soon have the World Cup. It is no coincidenceAs a characteristically poker-faced Vladimir …
Nico Rosberg admits he needs to start winning again if he is to overhaul Lewis Hamilton in the fight for the 2014 Drivers’ Championship.
Jules Bianchi’s family and his Marussia team say his situation remains “challenging” in the latest update on his severe head injuries.
Brazilian driver Felipe Massa criticised Pirelli for choosing medium and hard tyres for the Grand Prix at Interlagos .
Marussia add that Bianchis situation remains challenging Jules Bianchis father: Its a miracle hes still aliveThe Formula One team Marussia have confirmed that their driver Jules Bianchi remains in …
The Frenchman remains in “stable but critical condition” nine days after his high-speed crash at the Japanese Grand Prix
Jules Bianchi’s father has spoken of his family’s anguish as their son continues to fight for his life in hospital, saying that while the situation remains “desperate” the young Frenchman “will not give up”.
Jules Bianchi’s father has spoken of his family’s anguish as their son continues to fight for his life in intensive care in hospital, saying that while the situation remains “desperate” the young Frenchman “will not give up”.