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Charles Leclerc does not have a contract that states he is Ferrari’s number one with Mattia Binotto insisting Ferrari is “bigger than any single name”.
Ferrari will feature on every podium during the 2021 F1 season…whether one of the Scuderia’s drivers makes it there or not.
Charles Leclerc won’t cower to the likes of Lewis Hamilton despite respecting what the Mercedes driver has achieved in Formula 1.
Ferrari vice chairman Piero Ferrari does not understand why Formula 1 designs so much technology, then keeps it secret.
Investing in an all-new engine for 2021 after last year’s power troubles, Mattia Binotto says they have “recovered quite a lot of speed”.
Mattia Binotto has said “many people congratulated” him at the end of last season for choosing Carlos Sainz as the next Ferrari driver.
Charles Leclerc has opened the door to potentially driving for Ferrari in the Le Mans 24-Hour Race at some point in the future.
Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto said the Scuderia have already turned their attentions to the 2022 season.
Both Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz said there is no intimidation factor at all when it comes to battling with Sir Lewis Hamilton.
Mattia Binotto believes Ferrari have “recovered quite a lot of speed” as they aim to rectify the issues which held them back in 2020.
Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto supports the idea of sprint races in Formula 1, believing it would lead to unpredictable races.
Carlos Sainz was clear that for 2021 it is more important than perhaps any other season that he and Charles Leclerc work together.
Charles Leclerc is hopeful that Ferrari will be “back in command” of the Formula 1 grid at some point soon.
Mattia Binotto made erasing “setbacks and mistakes” the key theme of his message in part one of Ferrari’s launch for the 2021 season.
Ex-Formula 1 driver turned FIA steward, Mika Salo, has taken back the comments he made with regards to Ferrari’s 2019 power unit.
Ahead of the first part of their 2021 launch, Ferrari have launched their official merchandise collection for the new season.
Ferrari driver Callum Ilott will compete in this year’s GT World Challenge Europe Endurance Cup, entered by Iron Lynx.
Ferrari’s SF21 is set to be revealed with a distinctive two-tone red livery, according to a report.
Ferrari have announced key structural changes to their team, while principal Mattia Binotto will reportedly decrease his presence at races.
Ferrari have renewed their partnership with Radiobook, and it will involve increased branding on the SF21.
F1 steward Mika Salo has told fellow Finn Kristian Sohlberg that Ferrari was made to “use less fuel” as part of their punishment from the 2019 ‘cheating’ scandal.
Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz completed Ferrari’s part of the test programme for Pirelli’s 2022 prototype tyres by turning 320 laps of Jerez.
Ferrari have announced the start of a Le Mans Hypercar (LMH) programme from 2023 that will see them enter the new premier class of the World Endurance Championship.
Despite a wretched 2020 campaign, Alfa Romeo boss Fred Vasseur is backing Ferrari to recover a “large part” of last year’s lost pace.
Pirelli rolled out the intermediates on the first two days of their test of the 2022 prototype tyres with Ferrari at Jerez.
Swapping McLaren for Ferrari in the off season, pundits are wondering whether Carlos Sainz has made the “wrong” choice with Tom Coronel saying it wouldn’t be the first time.
Non-alcoholic beer Estrella Galicia 0,0 will continue its backing of Carlos Sainz after following the Spaniard to Ferrari.
According to Motorsport.com, Ferrari will test the new 18-inch Pirelli tyres coming for 2022 next week at Jerez.
Stefano Domenicali says he has “nothing to recommend” to Mattia Binotto other than to stay focused on Ferrari’s “priorities”.
Onto his fourth Formula 1 team in seven seasons, Carlos Sainz wants “stability” at Ferrari as he says that’s the key to success.