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Jenson Button has warned Lewis Hamilton that giving into the allure of red would be the “end” of his Formula 1 career.
Mattia Binotto is reportedly going to drop all technical director responsibilities in order to fully focus on his role as Ferrari team principal.
Valtteri Bottas has said he would be open to switching to Ferrari, the current second-placed team, if his Mercedes journey comes to an end.
Losing out to Red Bull in Austria and again in Britain, Mattia Binotto saying the desire to get back in front of Red Bull is an added “boost” for Ferrari.
Sebastian Vettel has said the 2021 regulation changes will determine his future in Formula 1 amid continued speculation about a potential retirement date.
Sebastian Vettel is adamant his current frustrations are “very different” to what he experienced in 2014, the year he lost the World title – and was beaten by his team-mate.
Sebastian Vettel risks losing his protected status at Ferrari after yet another error cost him dearly at the British GP, so says former F1 driver Ralf Schumacher.
Sebastian Vettel admits it was “my mistake” as he crashed into Max Verstappen at the British GP, robbing both drivers of a chance at the podium.
Charles Leclerc put the lessons learned at the Austrian GP to great use at Silverstone as he got his elbows out as his battle with Max Verstappen was renewed.
Sebastian Vettel is “fully committed” to Ferrari despite continued claims that the German is considering retirement, says team boss Mattia Binotto.
Ferrari have discovered that windtunnel failure issues are to blame for their development struggles, says team principal Mattia Binotto.
Charles Leclerc says if F1 wants to give the go-ahead to aggressive racing then he’s all in, but what he wants most of all is consistency.
Sebastian Vettel has said that the 2021 regulations will be a major factor when he decides whether to retire or not in the near future.
Police have arrested two refugees who found their way into a Ferrari truck, as reported by German newspaper Bild.
Renault driver Daniel Ricciardo has said he has heard it all before with regards to a potential move to Ferrari.
Ferrari principal Mattia Binotto doesn’t expect Silverstone to suit the characteristics of the SF90 as they prepare for a tough British Grand Prix.
Mercedes principal Toto Wolff thinks Ferrari haven’t really recovered from the reliability issues that cost Charles Leclerc the win in Bahrain.
Christian Horner gave a diplomatic response when asked about the prospect of Sebastian Vettel returning to Red Bull.
Charles Leclerc also doubts there is any truth whatsoever to claims that Sebastian Vettel is considering retirement from Formula 1.
Mattia Binotto has kept a lid on expectations of Ferrari following somewhat of a resurgence at the Austrian Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel may be insisting he’s not going anywhere but, just in case, Ferrari are reportedly lining up Daniel Ricciardo as his replacement.
Ferrari principal Mattia Binotto has quashed claims that they are eyeing up Red Bull’s Max Verstappen for 2020.
Losing two race wins in the stewards’ offices this season, Piero Ferrari says Formula 1 risks being accused of “bias against” the Scuderia.
Losing a race win for the second time in his career in heartbreaking circumstances, Mattia Binotto is adamant Charles Leclerc’s time will come.
F1 may have put on a great show in Austria but Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto says the teams missed a trick when they voted not to revert to the 2018 Pirelli tyres.
Ferrari believe the stewards have got it wrong by taking no further action against Max Verstappen’s race-winning move, but won’t appeal.
Sebastian Vettel has said the drivers and not the stewards are the best to judge controversial incidents in Formula 1.
Ferrari team principal, Mattia Binotto, believes Max Verstappen is guilty of causing a collision and forcing Charles Leclerc off track in Austria.
Mick Schumacher will take to the Hockenheimring in his father Michael’s 2004-title winning Ferrari when F1 races at the German circuit.
Charles Leclerc and Ferrari continued to set the pace ahead of the all-important qualifying session for the Austrian Grand Prix.