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Not for the first time, Ferrari’s in-race strategy was brought under the spotlight by our readers…
Sebastian Vettel reckons the only reason he even got close to Lewis Hamilton during the Australian GP was because the “bored” driver was “playing” around.
Dr Helmut Marko says Red Bull are “not looking behind” to Ferrari and have their sights set on Mercedes.
The mighty Mercedes are off the mark this season with one of no doubt many 1-2 finishes in 2019. Where on earth were Ferrari?
Charles Leclerc’s number two status at Ferrari is already in effect after being told not to challenge team-mate Sebastian Vettel.
Ferrari principal Mattia Binotto claims that Ferrari didn’t get the balance of their car right after a poor Australian GP showing.
Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari were left scratching their heads over their lack of pace in Sunday’s Australian GP which left the driver down in fourth place.
Sebastian Vettel was “certainly surprised” with Mercedes’ dominance in qualifying as he had to settle for a P3 start in Australia.
Charles Leclerc was his own biggest critic after only qualifying P5 for the Australian Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel says Mercedes look in a league of their own after he finished free practice 0.873s behind Lewis Hamilton’s P1 time.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner is unsure whether the “stiff and difficult” Mercedes can match its one-lap pace in race trim.
Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc claims it is “no big deal” after he spun the car as free practice two neared its conclusion.
Team bosses from Ferrari, Mercedes, Renault and Red Bull sit down with the press in Melbourne, Australia.
Conceding there “needs to be” a number one and two driver in a 50-50 situation, Charles Leclerc says his job is to do well enough that he becomes the priority for Ferrari.
Neither Sebastian Vettel nor Lewis Hamilton are guaranteed top dog status at their teams this year, both insisting their team-mates are “free to race” them.
McLaren have joined Ferrari in dropping any references to tobacco companies for this weekend’s Australian Grand Prix.
Ferrari won the winter world championship but can the injury-prone SF90 hold off a W10 determined to join its five predecessors as a race winning car.
You know the new season is just around the corner when Sebastian Vettel has his car name to share with everyone.
Ferrari have unveiled a special anniversary livery that will feature on the SF90 at the season opener in Australia.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has confirmed that there was bubbling tension within the team during the off-season.
With many pundits stating that Ferrari head to Melbourne as the team to beat, Lewis Hamilton reckons that is partially because they began working on their 2019 car earlier than Mercedes.
Ross Brawn believes Charles Leclerc can ???upset??? Sebastian Vettel at Ferrari, but not beat him.
Sky Sports F1 expert David Croft believes Lewis Hamilton could join Ferrari if they produce a Championship-winning car.
Former Red Bull man Mark Webber believes Mercedes are slightly behind Ferrari going into the Australian GP.
Although believing Ferrari made the right choice in signing Charles Leclerc, Mattia Binotto concedes his 2019 season will “tell us a bit more”.
Fernando Alonso has sent out a little reminder that he would be willing to come back to Formula 1 with a “top team”.
Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel is unsure whether the new 2019 wings will lead to major improvments in overtaking.
Ferrari’s SF90 will again carry the Mission Winnow branding in Bahrain as the Scuderia have only dropped it for the Australian Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel says he has no plans to retire, he still wants that first World title as a Ferrari driver.
Fernando Alonso said he was just as “impressed” as everyone else when it came to watching Ferrari in pre-season testing.