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Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz admitted that, while the Hungaroring should suit Ferrari’s strengths, they’re not getting ahead of themselves.
From a slow low downforce track, Carlos Sainz says today’s cars means drivers can achieve “crazy” lap times at the Hungaroring.
Charles Leclerc loves to be optimistic, but does not believe it would be realistic to expect a Ferrari victory at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Ferrari and Alfa Romeo reserve driver Callum Ilott has said he doesn’t regret taking on a mammoth challenge while in Red Bull’s junior programme as a teenager.
Mattia Binotto thinks Ferrari may have resolved their tyre wear issues, but now need to work on their performance in ‘dirty air’.
McLaren have re-affirmed their commitment to the fight with Ferrari this season with an upgrade package that will arrive in Hungary.
Charles Leclerc “firmly believes” in the Ferrari project, and says rumours to the contrary are “just gossip”.
Mattia Binotto has no doubts Ferrari can take P3 in the standings ahead of McLaren if they work hard, and work as a team.
So close to a famous Silverstone win for Charles Leclerc and a P6 for Carlos Sainz, the Spaniard calls that a job well done for Ferrari.
Charles Leclerc says rumours that his team sounded out Red Bull for a possible race seat are nothing but “nonsense”.
Charles Leclerc is not going into the British GP with podium expectations, but will jump on any opportunity which presents itself.
Charles Leclerc wants Ferrari to focus on fighting at the front next year rather that putting effort into securing P3 this season.
Charles Leclerc says his decision to sign a long-term deal with Ferrari was “not a risk” as he believes they will return to winning ways.
At the British Grand Prix, Ferrari will have a celebration to mark the 70th anniversary of their first win in Formula 1.
Ferrari are bracing themselves for a “mess” at Silverstone as Formula 1 teams try to adjust to a new weekend format which includes a sprint race on Saturday.
Carlos Sainz says he and Charles Leclerc are collaborating well at Ferrari – and working to push forward rather than focus on in-fighting.
A brand new simulator has been completed at Ferrari, for the team to use and develop their 2022 car before the current season has finished.
Carlos Sainz is a “wily old driver” with Damon Hill praising his strategy, which he reckons the Spaniard decided, in Austria.
Racing his way from P10 on the grid to fifth in Austria, Carlos Sainz feels he is starting to be the “Carlos that I want to be in Ferrari”.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has said they are placing their efforts into improving as a unit, rather than prioritising the battle for P3 in the Constructors’ Championship against McLaren.
Carlos Sainz believes Ferrari have no reason to “envy” McLaren, but only when it comes to cornering speed as they struggle on the straights.
Carlos Sainz admitted that getting his Ferrari ahead of McLaren’s Lando Norris in the Austrian Grand Prix will be “almost impossible” on Sunday.
Charles Leclerc is confident that Ferrari’s strong Sunday pace from the Styrian Grand Prix remains for the second race in Austria.
Charles Leclerc has said the new generation of Formula 1 cars are “very different” after spending time in the simulator.
Christian Horner has revealed Red Bull “had no choice” but to develop their own engines, but Ferrari were the “most willing” of the existing providers to sell them power units.
Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto has sided with Red Bull in their argument with Mercedes over the performance of the Honda engine.
Alfa Romeo reserve driver Robert Kubica said that his team are reaping the rewards of a much improved Ferrari power unit.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto said Mercedes’ recent staff losses and Lewis Hamilton’s contract situation have hurt the team’s progress.
Carlos Sainz was impressed with the speed of Ferrari in Styria, saying they’d progressed to being almost on the pace of Red Bull and Mercedes.
Ferrari has achieved Three-Star Environmental Accreditation, the highest possible rating under the FIA-led initiative.