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Antonio Giovinazzi is reportedly facing a 10-place grid penalty at the Azerbaijan GP with Alfa Romeo expected to put new control electronics in his C38.
Kimi Raikkonen has declared F1 his “hobby” but team boss Frederic Vasseur says there’s no sign of that when he’s in the car.
Antonio Giovinazzi will come good, he just needs time and patience according to Alfa Romeo team boss Frederic Vasseur.
After Antonio Giovinazzi’s engine issues in Shanghai, Ferrari are hoping Alfa Romeo switch to their updated control electronics for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
Alfa Romeo are relishing their time with Kimi Raikkonen with team manager Beat Zehnder saying the Finn “gives everything every time”.
Kimi Raikkonen believes Alfa Romeo could have achieved a better result at the Chinese GP, but he couldn’t keep heat in the front tyres.
Kept out of qualifying by a power unit issue, Alfa Romeo have confirmed Antonio Giovinazzi will run a new old spec ECU in Sunday’s Chinese Grand Prix.
Alfa Romeo team boss Frederic Vasseur has revealed that the a mistake during the installation of Antonio Giovinazzi’s engine cost the Italian vital track time in China.
Alfa Romeo do not know at the end of Friday’s free practice in China what caused Antonio Giovinazzi to be sidelined during FP1.
Kimi Raikkonen says he is having more fun in Formula 1 now because it has become like a “hobby” to him.
Set to start a record-breaking 322nd grand prix in Austria next season, Kimi Raikkonen says he has “zero interest” in the numbers, he’s here because he enjoys racing.
Mick Schumacher was shocked at how quickly he adapted to the Ferrari and Alfa Romeo cars during the post-Bahrain GP test.
Mick Schumacher will spend his second successive day in a Formula 1 car on Wednesday, this time testing for Alfa Romeo.
Kimi Raikkonen says his Alfa Romeo was “so bad” at times during the Bahrain GP, although it was “not really the car but the conditions.”
Kimi Raikkonen says water leaks which affected him and team-mate Antonio Giovinazzi in FP2 have not put Alfa Romeo on the back foot in Bahrain.
Mick Schumacher will have his first taste of Formula 1 next week when he tests for Ferrari and Alfa Romeo in Bahrain.
We are set to see a Schumacher behind the wheel of a Ferrari once again with Michael’s son, Mick, poised for testing duties.
Alfa Romeo have signed Formula 2 driver Juan Manuel Correa as their development driver for the 2019 F1 season.
Annoyingly, but perhaps unsurprisingly, the hype of the start of the F1 season has seemingly been replaced by negativity and recency bias.
Kimi Raikkonen said a visor tear-off got stuck in his Alfa Romeo’s brake duct, forcing him into an unscheduled pit stop.
Kimi Raikkonen was disappointed with his qualifying performance for the Australian GP, believing there was more pace in the car.
Kimi Raikkonen reminded reporters that he doesn’t get excited after he finished P6 in both free practice sessions.
Kimi Raikkonen has defended his party lifestyle by saying that it has made him a better driver being able to do what he wants.
Alfa Romeo team principal, Frederic Vasseur, has said the 2019 season is a “big opportunity” for the team to show their potential.
Kimi Raikkonen acknowledges Formula 1’s pecking order heading to Melbourne is a “big mystery” as Alfa Romeo could be “fifth or we are 10th.”
Working on set up changes in Barcelona, Kimi Raikkonen says it is “so far it’s OK” but refused to predict where Alfa Romeo are in the pecking order.
Talks are afoot between Ferrari and Alfa Romeo to give Mick Schumacher his first taste of Formula 1 machinery.
Kimi Raikkonen says it has been a “very easy transition” from Ferrari to Alfa Romeo as he prepares for his first season back with the former Sauber team.
Tatiana Calderon’s climb up the racing ladder has continued after she secured an F2 drive with Arden Motorsport.
Proud to be the first Italian in F1 in eight years, Antonio Giovinazzi believes his two years spent with Ferrari have helped prepare him for the task at hand.