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Kimi Raikkonen may be swapping his race-winning Ferrari for a points-scoring Sauber but the Finn is looking forward to doing what he loves – “driving”.
Ferrari have explained Sebastian Vettel’s lacklustre Brazilian Grand Prix, revealing that his SF71H suffered a sensor problem on the formation lap.
Sebastian Vettel says Sunday’s team order to let Kimi Raikkonen through at the Brazilian GP was “pretty straightforward” as the Finn had fresher tyres.
Sebastian Vettel has admitted that Ferrari’s tyre gamble in Q2 on Saturday did not pay off in the race on Sunday in Brazil.
Kimi Raikkonen does not believe that there was much more available for himself and Ferrari on race day in Brazil.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff thinks Ferrari’s tyre gamble has “paid off” in Brazil and are “favourites” for Sunday’s race.
Sebastian Vettel will start P2 at the Brazilian Grand Prix after only being fined and reprimanded for his actions during qualifying.
Sebastian Vettel has criticised the decision to call him in for his car to be weighed during qualifying at the Brazilian Grand Prix.
It was not the best day for Sebastian Vettel on Friday, but the German gave us some radio gold on his troubles.
Friday saw five important men speak to the media, as the team principals press conference took place in between practice sessions in Brazil.
Sebastian Vettel insists he’s not done with Ferrari as giving up is not an option, adding that his 2009 title defeat was harder to take than this year’s loss.
Felipe Massa believes Sebastian Vettel is more to blame than Ferrari this season after missing out on the World Drivers’ Championship.
Ferrari are beginning to soften their stance toward the idea of Formula 1 introducing a budget cap to the sport.
Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene has called on the Scuderia to overcome their “fear of winning”.
Kimi Raikkonen has called on the FIA to be tougher with their penalties when drivers are in breach of the regulations.
Sebastian Vettel insists he won’t play games with Charles Leclerc next season, he’s here to help his new team-mate as they try to win the titles for Ferrari.
Mattia Binotto is not leaving Ferrari and any rumours to the contrary are “fake news.”
Ferrari did not, at least not publicly, “protect” and “support” Sebastian Vettel in this year’s title fight; that’s according to former driver Pedro de la Rosa.
Sebastian Vettel is adamant that while the SF71H is an improvement on its predecessor, Ferrari never once had the dominant car in this year’s championship.
Fernando Alonso will try his hand at driving a NASCAR car when he swaps machines with seven-time champion Jimmie Johnson.
Alain Prost believes that it would have been “impossible” for anyone to have beaten Lewis Hamilton to the World Championship this season.
Monza was the turning point in this year’s championship with Lewis Hamilton believing that was where Mercedes dealt the “biggest psychological blow” to Ferrari.
Sebastian Vettel will return to Mexico City in January to take part in the Race of Champions.
Kimi Raikkonen has said that Formula 1 would be better off as whole without all the “bull****” that comes with it.
Three-time World Champion, Sir Jackie Stewart, thinks we have seen the best of Sebastian Vettel and he is now “past his peak”.
Robert Kubica has confirmed that “conversations” have taken place with Ferrari about becoming their development driver next season.
Ferrari must not make any “knee-jerk” decisions following yet another championship loss to Mercedes; that’s according to Ross Brawn.
While Mercedes celebrate a fifth Drivers’ title in five years, Toto Wolff says this year’s has been the best with a “gloves-off fight” against Ferrari.
Although pressure is part of the game, Lewis Hamilton reckons title rival Sebastian Vettel has had to deal with more than his fair share given Ferrari’s championship drought.
A potential ‘Plan B’ option has emerged for Robert Kubica should he not land the Williams drive for 2019.