Felipe Massa hopes Williams can capitalise on its strong qualifying performance in the Italian Grand Prix to aid its “big fight” with Ferrari
Kimi Raikkonen admits he was hoping to start further up the grid at Ferrari’s home race at Monza…
Ferrari's Fernando Alonso managed to get his F14 T onto the seventh spot on the grid, while Kimi Raikkonen had to settle for twelfth, although he will start eleventh as Daniil Kvyat has a grid penalty in the Toro Rosso.
Ferrari's Fernando Alonso managed to get his F14 T onto the seventh spot on the grid, while Kimi Raikkonen had to settle for twelfth, although he will start eleventh as Daniil Kvyat has a grid penalty in the Toro Rosso.
Luca di Montezemolo has denied rumours he is thinking of stepping down as Ferrari president
Fernando Alonso has welcomed the news that Luca di Montezemolo, Ferrari’s long-time President, has reaffirmed his commitment to the Scuderia.
Sebastian Vettel says he is frustrated to qualify in eighth for the Italian Grand Prix behind the two McLarens and Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso with just over a tenth separating them all
Kimi Raikkonen was left mystified by how difficult his Ferrari Formula 1 car became to drive during Italian Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso declared himself “completely on the limit” during Italian Grand Prix qualifying, and reckons a better result would have been impossible for Ferrari even with “100 sets of tyres”
Luca di Montezemolo has dismissed speculation that he is on the verge of stepping down as Ferrari president…
Fernando Alonso says he could not have extracted any more from his Ferrari after turning in four identical lap times on his way to seventh on the grid at Monza
Lewis Hamilton conjured an impressive qualifying lap to claim his first pole position for eight races ahead of the Italian Grand Prix. Nine of the last 11 races have been won from pole at Monza. 
Lewis Hamilton finally got the better of team-mate Nico Rosberg in qualifying, while Williams locked out the second row…
Fernando Alonso insists that he extracted the maximum out of the Ferrari F14 T at Monza after landing seventh place, behind six Mercedes-powered cars. Alonso was sixth on the speed trap list, and it’s clear that Ferrari has gone for … Continue reading →
Lewis Hamilton conjured an impressive qualifying lap to claim his first pole position for eight races ahead of the Italian Grand Prix. See how the action unfolded.
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg will resume their title battle at this weekend’s Italian Grand Prix. Follow today’s qualifying session at Monza from 12pm.  
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo insisted on Saturday that he had no intention of stepping down from his role, as he made clear he wants to stay for three more years.
Lewis Hamilton kept Mercedes at the top of the timesheets on Saturday morning at Monza, but team mate Nico Rosberg suffered a gearbox issue which prevented him from even setting a time. Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso was second quickest, with Williams duo Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa taking third and fourth respectively ahead of McLaren’s Jenson Button and Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel
Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton beat Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso in final practice at the Italian Grand Prix as Nico Rosberg hit trouble.
Lewis Hamilton topped the times in the final practice session in preparation for the Italian GP. Ferrari drivers Alonso and Raikkonen put up the closest challenge while Nico Rosberg hit technical issues.
Ferrari team boss Marco Mattiacci has refused to comment on reports that Luca di Montezemolo could be on his way out…
Lewis Hamilton has been warned that he could be sacked by Mercedes if his bitter feud with Nico Rosberg flares out of control again.
Ferrari and McLaren to monitor Britons contract situation Toto Wolff admits Nico Rosberg incidents are taking tollLewis Hamilton will face a substantially reduced pay offer …
With conditions being dry and reasonably warm in FP1, and warmer still in FP2, everybody got their hard and medium tyre work, and their aero assessments, done in two Monza sessions that were curiously devoid of major drama. Some had trouble getting the tyres to temperature quickly, others did not, while some believe warm weather in the race could lead to the risk of blistering and possible two-stop strategies. We take a team-by-team look at the early progress in Italy
Daniel Ricciardo is hopeful Red Bull will be able to “sneak into the top five” on the Italian GP grid as they aim to take the fight to the Mercedes-powered cars and Ferrari on Sunday.
Fernando Alonso was happy with Ferrari’s start to the Italian GP, which saw both drivers finish inside the top four on the timesheets…
Ferrari team boss Marco Mattiacci says that he cannot afford to waste time worrying about rumours that company president Luca di Montezemolo could leave the company soon
Ferrari team boss Marco Mattiacci says that he cannot afford to waste time worrying about rumours that company president Luca di Montezemolo could leave the company soon
Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen leads the ‘best of the rest’ behind Mercedes following the first day of free practice for the Italian Grand Prix.
Kimi Raikkonen said he had a positive day during Friday practice for the Italian Grand Prix after finishing the afternoon session third fastest
It has been more than four months that Stefano Domenicali left Ferrari on his own. The Imola-born man takes responsibility for Ferrari's struggles for competitiveness which has depicted the fabled squad for six years.
Nico Rosberg headed Lewis Hamilton for a Mercedes one-two in the second practice session in Italy on Friday afternoon, while Kimi Raikkonen and Fernando Alonso gave the tifosi something to cheer by taking third and fourth for Ferrari. Williams’ Valtteri Bottas beat McLaren’s Jenson Button and Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel to fifth, as less than one second covered the top 11 drivers
Nico Rosberg set the fastest time during second practice of the Italian Grand Prix weekend at Monza, marginally topping his team mate Lewis Hamilton. The Ferrari duo followed closely behind in third and fourth.
Lewis Hamilton posted the fastest time in the first practice session of the Italian Grand Prix on Friday, more than half a second ahead of British compatriot Jenson Button at Monza.
Read the Autocourse review for a memorable and unexpected 1988 Italian Grand Prix, which saw Ferrari claim a historic 1-2 finish
Lewis Hamilton made the perfect start to the Formula 1 Gran Premio d’Italia 2014 by going comfortably fastest in the opening practice session at Monza on Friday morning. McLaren’s Jenson Button was second quickest, having topped the timesheet before Hamilton’s late flyer, with Nico Rosberg in the sister Mercedes third. Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso, McLaren’s Kevin Magnussen and Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel completed the top five
Mercedes will consider a new driver line-up if Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg are involved in another collision.
In a relatively quiet news day in Monza yesterday, McLaren’s Jenson Button took issue with suggestions by Lotus’s Romain Grosjean that Fernando Alonso is the key to the 2015 driver market, for the simple reason that he doesn’t believe the Spaniard will leave Ferrari ahead of his contract expiry. It’s no secret that Button’s seat in the Woking team isn’t safe
Lewis Hamilton, his bling twinkling in the flash bulbs, summoned the Mercedes PR man to hand him his phone. Quick, Jeeves.
Jenson Button is adamant Fernando Alonso will not leave Ferrari next year and will not have any influence on his contract talks with McLaren
Kimi Raikkonen says he is encouraged by the progress he has made over the last few races even if it took until the Belgian Grand Prix to really show in terms of results
Kimi Raikkonen is expecting Ferrari’s power disadvantage to be fully exposed in Sunday’s Italian Grand Prix
Monza ist für Ferrari das wichtigste Rennen des Jahres, doch Kimi Räikkönen macht den Fans keine großen Hoffnungen.
Fernando Alonso insists he never had anything other than a professional relationship with Lewis Hamilton in 2007 and says he is enjoying watching this year’s title battle unfold
Alonso: “Il podio di Monza è il più bello, voglio risalirci” Lo spagnolo della Ferrari spera in un bel fine settimana: “Stare sospesi in aria sul rettilineo pieno di tifosi è unico nel Mondiale. Siamo realisti, questa è una pista di motore dove siamo carenti ma ci proviamo. Il contratto?
Romain Grosjean believes there will only be movement in the driver market once Fernando Alonso and Ferrari have made their moves…
Romain Grosjean believes there will only be movement in the driver market once Fernando Alonso and Ferrari have made their moves…
Romain Grosjean says Fernando Alonso is the key to the driver market and is waiting on the Ferrari driver’s decision before committing his future to a team
Formula 1 newcomer Haas F1 will use Ferrari engines when they make their debut in 2016 after signing a multi-year agreement…
Gene Haas has finally confirmed the signing of a multi-year partnership with Scuderia Ferrari, ensuring a supply of its power unit and gearbox as of its F1 entry in 2016, along with additional technical support.