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Good job Kimi Raikkonen was at home. Imagine the delivery driver having to leave his US Grand Prix-winning Ferrari SF90 with a neighbour.
Daniel Ricciardo has confirmed that he was in talks about joining Ferrari up to the point that they signed Carlos Sainz for 2021.
Felipe Massa believes Sebastian Vettel is simply another great driver who didn’t have a Ferrari good enough to win the title.
Ex-F1 driver Pastor Maldonado envisages more problems with Ferrari as they play out the final year with Sebastian Vettel together.
Ex-Ferrari team boss, Stefano Domenicali, believes the Scuderia has now shown it is willing to make sacrifices for the good of the sport.
Knowing 2020 is Sebastian Vettel’s last year with Ferrari, Piero Ferrari says Mattia Binotto will need to “objectively” manage that situation.
Although billed as a future World Champion, Charles Leclerc says he is “still far away” from that goal.
Charles Leclerc is adamant Ferrari has not handed him number one status over his new-for-2021 team-mate Carlos Sainz.
Bernie Ecclestone reckons Sebastian Vettel never achieved ultimate success with Ferrari because the Scuderia doesn’t have a leader.
Grand Prix Drivers’ Association president Alex Wurz thinks Sebastian Vettel is another example of a driver burning out at Ferrari.
Ex-Ferrari team boss, Stefano Domenicali, thinks Fernando Alonso can help play a part in Carlos Sainz’s transition to the Scuderia.
FIA president Jean Todt thinks the main difference between Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel at Ferrari was down to the strength of unity.
Timo Glock thinks Ferrari’s quick resolution to Sebastian Vettel’s exit was helped with Carlos Sainz’s connection to the Todt family.
Former F1 driver Hans-Joachim Stuck feels it would be an “absolute disaster” if Sebastian Vettel quit Formula 1.
Carlos Sainz Sr thinks his son will surprise Ferrari fans when he makes the move to the Scuderia next season.
Carlos Sainz has said his negotiations with Ferrari felt “strange” but it has still been a “special” time for him in signing for the Scuderia.
Bernie Ecclestone says it was inevitable Sebastian Vettel would leave Ferrari as he never had the “same magic” with the team as Michael Schumacher.
Jean Todt doesn’t have “any fears” that Ferrari will use its veto to prevent Formula 1 lowering the budget cap.
Jenson Button says it is “madness” if reports that Ferrari pushed Sebastian Vettel out the door turn out to be true.
As the Formula 1 world continues to process Sebastian Vettel’s Ferrari exit, Martin Brundle thinks the two simply “fell out of love with each other”.
Jenson Button feels Ferrari could be “mistaken” if they think Carlos Sainz will be happy to play a secondary role to Charles Leclerc at the Scuderia.
The battle for Formula 1 television rights in Spain is set to hot up following the announcement of Carlos Sainz’s move to Ferrari.
David Coulthard believes the Formula 1 rumour mill has written its final chapter on Lewis Hamilton joining Ferrari as it will never happen.
Carlos Sainz can win a World title at Ferrari, with Felipe Massa convinced he can cope with the pressure of racing in red.
Two-time World Champion Mika Hakkinen says Carlos Sainz’s experience will be an important asset for Ferrari.
Carlos Sainz’s former Formula 3 boss Trevor Carlin thinks Ferrari have underestimated the fight he will bring to Charles Leclerc.
Long-time Ferrari test driver, Marc Gene, doubts Carlos Sainz is joining the Scuderia on the understanding that he will be a number two option.
Carlos Sainz was willing to accept what Sebastian Vettel would not, being number two at Ferrari, says Bernie Ecclestone.
Signing Carlos Sainz to a two-year deal, Martin Brundle reckons that puts an end to rumours linking Lewis Hamilton to Ferrari.
Ferrari could enter IndyCar as the Scuderia looks at ways to avoid massive job losses in the wake of F1’s reduced budget cap.