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Cesare Fiorio, former sporting director of Ferrari, thinks Scuderia boss Mattia Binotto is right in waiting to make a decision on Sebastian Vettel’s future.
Charles Leclerc feels race pace is an area of improvement for him as he believes Sebastian Vettel is better than him in that department.
Charles Leclerc has said he was able to “learn a lot” from Sebastian Vettel in 2019 despite their on-track clashes throughout the 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.
If you gave Sebastian Vettel a magic wand then he would make the racing less predictable in F1, but for him reducing the sports’ environmental impact is important.
Sebastian Vettel is confident that he can beat anyone on the grid, saying that winning and fearing opponents “don’t go together”.
Ferrari principal Mattia Binotto, looking back to the Singapore GP, has said it was the right thing to do to let Sebastian Vettel win the race for the good of his season.
Ferrari principal Mattia Binotto says his meetings with Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel at the start of 2019 were “full of embarrassments”.
Charles Leclerc has revealed that his dream is to go head-to-head with Ferrari team-mate Sebastian Vettel for the Drivers’ Championship.
2019 may have been Charles Leclerc’s first season at Ferrari but Mattia Binotto reckons he put four-time World Champion Sebastian Vettel “under a lot of pressure”.
Sebastian Vettel is suffering because he does not have the “unconditional support” of all at Ferrari; that’s according to Helmut Marko.
Sebastian Vettel has said he did follow in Lewis Hamilton’s footsteps by changing to a vegan diet in 2018.
Sebastian Vettel is under no illusions that he has to improve in 2020 if he is to get the better of Charles Leclerc at Ferrari.
Ferrari CEO Louis Camilleri has said it was “inevitable” that Sebastian Vettel lost his No.1 status due to the rise of Charles Leclerc.
The sun has set on the F1 2019 season, but who’s had a year to remember and who wants to leave 2019 behind and never look back?
Ferrari principal Mattia Binotto believes Charles Leclerc was Sebastian Vettel’s “benchmark” after struggling in the first part of 2019.
Telling the world that he could have done a better job this year, Sebastian Vettel is adamant he wasn’t being hard on himself, just “honest”.
Ex-Formula 1 driver, Pierluigi Martini, thinks the rivalry between Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc has been blown out of proportion in 2019.
Sebastian Vettel needs to seek advice from others if he hopes to bounce back from his woeful 2019 season, but Mark Webber says he’s not “a great listener”.
Getting a serious answer out of Sebastian Vettel after Abu Dhabi proved difficult, in fact he just mocked everything.
Ferrari boss, Mattia Binotto, has confirmed there will be no team orders in place between Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel at the start of the 2020 season.
Sebastian Vettel has said his season is “not as bad it looks” but knows he and the team can both do better next season at Ferrari.
Sebastian Vettel refused to blame anyone for team-mate Charles Leclerc’s failure to make the line in time to start a second Q3 lap in Abu Dhabi.
Sebastian Vettel had another oops moment to add to his FP1 crash after qualifying for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel is racing in Abu Dhabi this weekend but admits he’d also like to “stay at home” given the birth of his third child.
Sebastian Vettel has said that he and Charles Leclerc “don’t have a problem with each other” and the rivalry is hyped up “a little bit”.
Sebastian Vettel says he didn’t expect to spin in his FP1 crash and was “lucky” that the damage to the wasn’t more significant.
Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto remained tight-lipped on the issue of Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc after their clash in Brazil.
Charles Leclerc says his Ferrari team-mate Sebastian Vettel knows he shouldn’t have taken the left line after the pair collided in Brazil.