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Marcus Ericsson is hoping Charles Leclerc performs well at Ferrari because it would “reflect good on him”.
Sebastian Vettel claims Michael Schumacher would be “extremely proud” of his son Mick after the pair raced together at the 2019 Race of Champions.
Former Ferrari team manager, Romolo Tavoni, has called on Sebastian Vettel to “regain his head” in 2019 or a decision will have to be made.
Ferrari Chairman, John Elkann, has denied Maurizio Arrivabene was axed as team principal because of continued “disagreements”.
Mick Schumacher, the son of Ferrari legend Michael, is set to follow in his father’s footsteps with reports claiming he has signed with Ferrari.
Ferrari are planning to gather some early on-track information by running their 2019 car before winter testing gets underway.
Lewis Hamilton’s next Formula 1 contract will be with the “Manchester United” of Formula 1, Ferrari, that’s according to pundit Tony Jardine.
Pascal Wehrlein has confirmed he is in talks with Ferrari over a development role, but no deal has been signed just yet.
Martin Brundle feels “things weren’t right” at Ferrari under Maurizio Arrivabene’s leadership, citing Monza’s lack of team orders as an example.
2016 Formula 1 World Champion Nico Rosberg believes Vettel is more devoted to his craft than former Mercedes teammate Hamilton.
Ex-Force India driver Esteban Ocon believes the rebranded Racing Point team can close the “massive” gap to the top three.
After four years of heavy-handed reign as Ferrari team boss, Maurizio Arrivabene has been replaced by Mattia Binotto – and it is a decision that could end their championship drought.
1978 World Champion, Mario Andretti, has questioned whether Charles Leclerc has been drafted in too early by Ferrari.
Maurizio Arrivabene may not be unemployed for too long with rumours once again linking him to football club Juventus.
So it’s arrivederci to Maurizio Arrivabene. But have Ferrari made the right decision? Here are some of our readers’ reactions…
Pascal Wehrlein, formerly on the books at Mercedes, will join Ferrari as a development driver for the 2019 season.
Brendon Hartley won’t be taking up a role as Ferrari’s test or simulator driver; that’s according to the New Zealander’s father.
Flavio Briatore has backed Ferrari’s decision to replace Maurizio Arrivabene as team boss, saying with “different management” 2018 could have yielded a different outcome.
Ferrari have officially confirmed that Mattia Binotto has replaced Maurizio Arrivabene as team principal.
Sebastian Vettel is confident the right people will replace Antonio Giovinazzi and Daniil Kvyat as Ferrari simulator drivers.
Maurizio Arrivabene is to be replaced as team principal at Ferrari by its technical chief Mattia Binotto.
Robert Kubica has said it was “not easy to say no” to Ferrari about becoming their reserve and development driver in 2019.
Sebastian Vettel did not receive enough support from Ferrari during the 2018 title battle according to former Ferrari test driver Luciano Burti.
Former Ferrari driver Rubens Barrichello has told Charles Leclerc he must be mentally strong to succeed at the Scuderia.
Michael Schumacher’s former manager Willi Weber claims he begged the seven-time Formula One World Champion not to return in 2010.
Maurizio Arrivabene has admitted that Ferrari need to change their mentality “from a fighter to a winner” in 2019.
Sebastian Vettel has called on Ferrari to give him a quicker car in 2019, as he aims to get his hands on that elusive fifth World Championship.
Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff has denied that the Silver Arrows have made an offer to current Ferrari technical director Mattia Binotto.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff thinks Formula 1 has suffered “a blow” with Kimi Raikkonen leaving Ferrari for Sauber.
Former Ferrari team principal, Stefano Domenicali, has not ruled out Fernando Alonso from rejoining the Scuderia as early as 2020.