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Ferrari will retain their veto right under the new 2021 agreement, however, it will come with “some limitations” reports the Italian media.
Although the team have been “working as hard as ever”, Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes’ engine development in 2019 hasn’t been as good as in past years.
Rivals are once again asking the FIA to investigate Ferrari, this time it is in regards to their power unit following the Scuderia’s upturn in form.
Mika Hakkinen says Charles Leclerc deserved his Japanese GP penalty as it could have been “many times worse” racing a damaged wing.
Michael Schumacher would have won more grands prix and World titles had he opted to join another team instead of Ferrari, says former team-mate Eddie Irvine.
Ingredients? Check! Commitment? Check! Intelligence? Check! Sebastian Vettel insists Ferrari have all of the right tools to get back to the top, but concedes they “need to work better” to catch up to Mercedes.
As Mercedes wrapped up an unprecedented sixth successive Constructors’ title, Mattia Binotto concedes the Brackley squad “simply did the best job” this season.
He finally got the better of Charles Leclerc in qualifying, but Sebastian Vettel insists no changes were made to his car for the Japanese GP and puts it down to a “clean session”.
The F1 bosses will meet with Liberty Media and the FIA on Wednesday for crunch talks with Zak Brown calling for “radical change” for 2021.
Former World Champion Jacques Villeneuve believes Sebastian Vettel should have received a penalty for his false start in Japan.
Charles Leclerc has been given two time penalties for separate incidents at the Japanese Grand Prix, while Ferrari were fined €25,000.
Ferrari principal Mattia Binotto confirmed that the FIA did force the team to pit Charles Leclerc who had a damaged front wing in Japan.
Ferrari may have locked out the front row at the Japanese GP, but for them race day soon unraveled.
Sebastian Vettel bagged a fifth Japanese Grand Prix pole position, his first since 2012, as Ferrari locked out the front row at Suzuka.
Charles Leclerc says the lack of pace Ferrari have had at Suzuka so far is a surprise for himself and team.
Sebastian Vettel claims that things aren’t as bad as they look for Ferrari following their struggles to fight Mercedes so far at Suzuka.
Lewis Hamilton believes Sebastian Vettel can no longer consider himself number one driver at Ferrari, who are now “ramping up” Charles Leclerc.
Valtteri Bottas is expecting Mercedes to take a “pretty decent step” up in performance with a “solid update” package for the Japanese GP.
Sebastian Vettel has denied that Charles Leclerc’s hot streak was a factor in his decision to ignore team orders at the Russian Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc is ready to start from a clean slate in Japan after holding clear-the-air talks with Ferrari following the Russian Grand Prix.
Mattia Binotto says there’s no point Ferrari regretting this year’s mistakes, rather they should use them as lessons.
Charles Leclerc admits returning to Suzuka, the scene of Jules Bianchi’s 2014 crash, is “hard” as it will always remind him of his friend and godfather.
Ferrari are done with major updates for their 2019 car with team boss Mattia Binotto revealing their focus is “now mainly” on next year’s car.
Red Bull’s Max Verstappen thinks we will see a “very strong” Ferrari at the Japanese Grand Prix this upcoming weekend.
Lewis Hamilton may look good in red, however, the Brit says “loyalty” means everything to him and that is likely to keep him at Mercedes even beyond racing.
With Ferrari’s team orders creating the headlines in Russia, FIA race director Michael Masi says that is just “part of the team sport” that is F1.
The debate over Ferrari’s team orders between Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel in Russia continues to be a talking point in Italy.
McLaren F1 CEO, Zak Brown, has said Ferrari were never an option to potentially supply them with engines for the 2021 season and beyond.
Two-time World Champion, Mika Hakkinen, has said Charles Leclerc is learning some “tough lessons” at Ferrari, one of them being that Sebastian Vettel is not a “pushover”.
Mercedes’ motorsport strategy director James Vowles admits that the team were caught out by how little the soft tyre degraded at the Russian GP.