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Sebastian Vettel wishes he could get advice from Michael Schumacher as he tries to cling on to his World Championship hopes in 2018.
Charles Leclerc has said he will not start demanding things “like a king” when he joins Ferrari in 2019.
Steve Robertson, long-time manager of Kimi Raikkonen, has said retirement was never an option for the Finn who “just loves driving”.
Adrian Newey says Sebastian Vettel’s “stupid mistakes” could cost him this year’s World title as it will be “damn hard” to beat Lewis Hamilton unless the Brit suffers a DNF.
Charles Leclerc will have his first taste of Ferrari’s 2018 F1 car when he tests for Pirelli at Paul Ricard this week.
Ferrari’s CEO Louis Camilleri feels Liberty Media are still “quite far away” in their “precise vision” for Formula 1 beyond 2020.
Although Ross Brawn says Sebastian Vettel’s deficit to Lewis Hamilton is “not yet insurmountable”, he feels the Ferrar spell has been broken.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner believes Sebastian Vettel’s 2012 title win shows that it would be wrong to rule him out of this year’s World Championship battle.
Eddie Jordan doubts Charles Leclerc will match Kimi Raikkonen’s points-tally from this season when he races for Ferrari next year, but says it is a sign the Scuderia are planning for the future.
Sebastian Vettel feels Ferrari’s loss to Mercedes in Singapore shows that their SF71H’s advantage over the W09 isn’t as big as people have been saying.
Red Bull’s Adrian Newey believes Sebastian Vettel is feeling every bit of the pressure in his 2018 title challenge.
Sebastian Vettel has defended Ferrari’s “aggressive” strategy at the Singapore Grand Prix, saying if it worked it would have been “great” but it didn’t.
Sebastian Vettel’s hopes of winning this year’s World title suffered a blow in Singapore as he finished a distant third to Lewis Hamilton, saying Ferrari “didn’t have a chance.”
Maurizio Arrivabene has ruled out issuing team orders to his drivers for the start of a race, saying it would be “too dangerous and it’s crazy.”
After qualifying in P5 for Sunday???s Singapore Grand Prix, Kimi Raikkonen is expecting a “hectic race” under the lights.
Sebastian Vettel qualified more than six tenths behind Lewis Hamilton in Singapore, but says the gap does not “reflect the true performance”.
Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene has said Sebastian Vettel had no say whatsoever in the Scuderia’s driver plans for the 2019 season.
Ferrari chief Maurizio Arrivabene has said “the door is always open” for Mick Schumacher but he does not want him to be rushed into Formula 1.
Lewis Hamilton is expecting the Singapore Grand Prix to be a three-way fight between his Mercedes team, and the Ferraris and Red Bulls.
Sebastian Vettel had issues in FP2, but the German believes that the team will be able to recover in final practice in Singapore.
Kimi Raikkonen topped the FP2 timesheet by 0.011 seconds in Singapore, while Sebastian Vettel finished P9 due to a brush with a wall.
Maurizio Arrivabene has admitted that Ferrari had a long-term plan in place when they signed Charles Leclerc to a four-year contract.
Ferrari team boss Maurizio Arrivabene ahi admitted that his engineers believe the designs for the 2021 concepts cars are “underwhelming”.
Maurizio Arrivabene, Gil de Ferran, Guenther Steiner and Frederic Vasseur spoke to the media in the team principal’s press conference on Friday.
Sebastian Vettel has said he is “sad” to see Kimi Raikkonen leave Ferrari and described him as his greatest ever team-mate.
Sebastian Vettel says he is his own “biggest enemy” in this year’s title fight as he arrives in Singapore trailing Lewis Hamilton in the standings.
Charles Leclerc is adamant he’s not heading to Ferrari to learn, rather he is there to challenge and believes the team will let him race Sebastian Vettel.
Kimi Raikkonen faced the media in Singapore and didn’t seem too keen to play the media game, although he reveal he only began talks with Sauber at Monza.
Heading to Singapore, a track that should suit his SF71H, the only thing standing between Sebastian Vettel and victory is Sebastian Vettel. And probably Lewis Hamilton.
Kimi Raikkonen will face the media in the FIA Drivers’ Press Conference in Singapore after the news he will be leaving Ferrari for Sauber at the end of the 2018 season.