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Kimi Raikkonen has backed his Ferrari team after they brought him in for a second stop during the race at Hockenheim on Sunday.
Sebastian Vettel is adamant he will sleep well despite his small mistake in the German GP having a “big impact” on both the race and the title fight.
Kimi Raikkonen wasn’t trying to be difficult, he just wanted clarification from Ferrari as to whether they wanted him to let Sebastian Vettel through.
Sergio Marchionne has stepped down from his role as the Chairman and CEO of Ferrari, after his health deteriorated following surgery.
Sebastian Vettel was sympathetic about Lewis Hamilton’s early exit in qualifying for the German Grand Prix.
Sauber have refused to quash rumours that Kimi Raikkonen could return to the team next season in what would be a straight swap with Charles Leclerc.
After Red Bull topped both practice sessions on Friday, Sebastian Vettel is expecting a three-way battle for pole position for the German Grand Prix.
Ferrari president and Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne is poised to step down with a quick replacement set to be made.
While Sebastian Vettel still considers Lewis Hamilton’s post-British Grand Prix conspiracy complaint to be “silly”, he says he understands why he said what he did.
Sebastian Vettel has said he is not actively pushing for Charles Leclerc to become his team-mate at Ferrari and is happy alongside Kimi Raikkonen.
Mark Webber has said his former team-mate Sebastian Vettel is susceptible to “meltdowns” when under pressure.
Although he concedes Formula 1 is important in his life, Sebastian Vettel is adamant it does not “define me as a person.”
Pierre Gasly is worried that Toro Rosso will be overtaking by Sauber in the Constructors’ Championship because their Ferrari engine is a “huge difference”.
Robert Kubica has confirmed he agreed a deal to race alongside Fernando Alonso at Ferrari for the 2012 F1 season but was robbed of the opportunity when he crashed during a rally.
Jacques Villeneuve reckons if Kimi Raikkonen had hit Valtteri Bottas instead of Lewis Hamilton, he would have received a lesser penalty at the British Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso may feel he’s racing against “three Ferrari teams” but Guenther Steiner insists there is nothing wrong with Haas’ close ties to Ferrari.
Christian Horner says there is no way Kimi Raikkonen deliberately hit Lewis Hamilton at Silverstone as he is not “that kind of driver.”
James Allison should be “ashamed” of himself after accusing Ferrari and Kimi Raikkonen of a “deliberate” crash or “incompetence” in his British GP clash with Lewis Hamilton.
Mercedes were left smarting by Ferrari’s antics at Silverstone with James Alison questioning whether it was “deliberate or incompetence.”
Sebastian Vettel made the most of his second set of soft tyres to win the British GP win, a race that saw two Safety Cars and Lewis Hamilton recover to second.
Sebastian Vettel says it is “silly” to think that Ferrari were resort to deliberately using one car to take out a rival to pave the way for the other.
Kimi Raikkonen has held up his hand in his clash with Lewis Hamilton, admitting he was in the wrong, took the penalty and fought back.
Fernando Alonso stands by his comments that McLaren are up against “three Ferrari teams” given Haas and Sauber’s close association with the Scuderia.
Sebastian Vettel said he “wasn’t sure” he would be able to compete in qualifying for the British Grand Prix after he injured his neck.
Daniel Ricciardo is “leaning toward” staying at Red Bull as he acknowledges his options are limited given that Ferrari didn’t show the level of interest he believed they would.
Kimi Raikkonen has conceded that a mistake at Club corner cost him pole position ahead of the British Grand Prix.
There was some fighting talk from Sebastian Vettel as Ferrari topped their first Friday practice session of the season at Silverstone.
Sebastian Vettel topped a session on a Friday for the first time in 2018, while Max Verstappen lost track time in both sessions, including crashing out in FP2.
While Kimi Raikkonen accepts there may come a time when team orders are in play at Ferrari, he says that point has not yet arrived.
Sebastian Vettel is concerned that Silverstone’s new DRS zone could play into the hands of F1’s bigger teams, splitting the grid even more.