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Reports are now swirling in the German media now that Ferrari’s 2020 challenger is performing “worse than expected” in early tests.
Renault did not publicly raise suspicions about Ferrari’s power unit as they were considering doing something similar if the FIA said it was within the rules.
Such is the growing popularity of Ferrari’s rising star, Charles Leclerc, that the Monégasque driver will have his own grandstand at two 2020 races.
Ferrari will not be holding their 2020 car launch at their headquarters in Maranello, instead choosing a historical theatre in Reggio Emilia.
Long-time Formula 1 journalist, Leo Turrini, has posed the question of whether Sebastian Vettel would join another team in 2021.
Ferrari principal Mattia Binotto’s desire to add a female driver to the Academy received some criticism, but W Series chief Catherine Bond Muir has defended the team’s intentions.
Ferrari principal Mattia Binotto says Esports are not only very important for younger generations, but also their Academy.
According to rumours in Italy, Ferrari will be without their new simulator for the start of the 2020 season and it will not be ready until spring.
Ferrari boss, Mattia Binotto, has warned it will take a “few years” for them to replace Mercedes as the number one team in Formula 1.
Former Ferrari team principal, Stefano Domenicali, is the latest to cast doubt over Lewis Hamilton joining the Scuderia from Mercedes in 2021.
Sophia Floersch has criticised Ferrari’s wish for female Academy drivers as she suspects it is purely for marketing purposes.
Reports in Italy suggest that Ferrari’s engineers are not too impressed by the early indications from their 2020 challenger.
Red Bull principal Christian Horner believes only someone “pulling a rabbit out of a hat” can stop his team, Mercedes and Ferrari from delivering a classic 2020 season.
Charles Leclerc decided to give skydiving a go in the off-season, but his decision not to tell Ferrari about it has left them “a little bit upset”.
Charles Leclerc feels race pace is an area of improvement for him as he believes Sebastian Vettel is better than him in that department.
Ex-Formula 1 boss, Flavio Briatore, has said he twice held talks with Ferrari during his time in Formula 1 – but resisted the opportunity on both occasions.
Charles Leclerc has said he was able to “learn a lot” from Sebastian Vettel in 2019 despite their on-track clashes throughout the season.
Ex-Formula 1 driver turned pundit, Karun Chandhok, thinks Charles Leclerc’s new Ferrari deal spells the end of seeing Lewis Hamilton at the Scuderia.
Daniel Ricciardo thinks his Italian heritage means he will always be linked with a move to Ferrari as his Formula 1 career continues.
Alfa Romeo boss, Frederic Vasseur, has seen characteristics from Charles Leclerc that makes him think the Ferrari driver will become a World Champion.
Former Ferrari president, Luca di Montezemolo, feels the team “has all the elements” to battle for title all the way through the 2020 season.
Former Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has called on Sebastian Vettel to “believe in himself” as he heads into the final year of his current Scuderia deal.
Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto has revealed Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel rang him together following their clash at the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Dr Helmut Marko believes Red Bull’s main opponent in 2020 will be Mercedes as he feels Ferrari has lost their advantage in the engine department.
Lewis Hamilton says there are “fundamental” improvements to be made for Mercedes’ 2020 car, and it seems cornering is one of the main areas.
Ex-F1 driver Karun Chandhok has called out Ferrari for a series of mistakes that robbed the sport of a real title battle in 2019.
Ferrari CEO Louis Camilleri says that whether intentional or not, key team personnel running F1 would create a conflict of interests.
After landing a seat at F2 front-runners Virtuosi Racing for 2020, Ferrari junior Callum Ilott is targeting a breakthrough campaign.
Ferrari CEO Louis Camilleri says his company’s F1 team support the budget cap and have made “sacrifices” to help the smaller teams, because without doing so F1 would “slowly die”.
Honda impressed Mercedes engine chief Andy Cowell in 2019, and he believes they’re “way ahead” of Ferrari when it comes to development.