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Lewis Hamilton deserves every one of his five, very likely soon to be six, Drivers’ Championship says rival Sebastian Vettel.
Sebastian Vettel wants the real chequered flag to matter again after the automated system glitched and displayed one lap early in Japan.
Ingredients? Check! Commitment? Check! Intelligence? Check! Sebastian Vettel insists Ferrari have all of the right tools to get back to the top, but concedes they “need to work better” to catch up to Mercedes.
Charles Leclerc feels that he’s “very lucky” to have Sebastian Vettel as his team-mate at Ferrari.
He finally got the better of Charles Leclerc in qualifying, but Sebastian Vettel insists no changes were made to his car for the Japanese GP and puts it down to a “clean session”.
Former World Champion Jacques Villeneuve believes Sebastian Vettel should have received a penalty for his false start in Japan.
Max Verstappen lashed out at the stewards for their treatment of incidents involving Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel at the Japanese GP.
The FIA have explained that Sebastian Vettel wasn’t penalised for his jump start in Japan as he didn’t move enough to trigger the system.
Sebastian Vettel said that Ferrari’s superior straight-line speed allowed him to fend off the faster Lewis Hamilton at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Robert Kubica will start the Japanese Grand Prix as Williams had to change his chassis following his Q1 crash.
Sebastian Vettel bagged a fifth Japanese Grand Prix pole position, his first since 2012, as Ferrari locked out the front row at Suzuka.
Sebastian Vettel believes he hasn’t been team-mates with Charles Leclerc for long enough to say if he’s his toughest team-mate ever.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto accepts that Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc will have further controversies.
Charles Leclerc says he and Ferrari team-mate Sebastian Vettel will use team radio less in future after their recent tension.
Sebastian Vettel claims that things aren’t as bad as they look for Ferrari following their struggles to fight Mercedes so far at Suzuka.
Lewis Hamilton believes Sebastian Vettel can no longer consider himself number one driver at Ferrari, who are now “ramping up” Charles Leclerc.
The F1 drivers have urged the sport’s bosses to make a call on Saturday’s action in Japan on Friday already as Typhoon Hagibis continues on its course towards Japan.
Sebastian Vettel has denied that Charles Leclerc’s hot streak was a factor in his decision to ignore team orders at the Russian Grand Prix.
Two-time World Champion, Mika Hakkinen, has said Charles Leclerc is learning some “tough lessons” at Ferrari, one of them being that Sebastian Vettel is not a “pushover”.
Lewis Hamilton has said he was “worried” about Sebastian Vettel, but was happy to see him prove his critics wrong with victory in Singapore.
Red Bull advisor Dr Helmut Marko doesn’t understand why Ferrari are playing Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc against one another.
Sebastian Vettel was at Ferrari’s factory in Maranello on Tuesday to meet with principal Mattia Binotto, but before that he did a spot of karting.
Ferrari have announced that Sebastian Vettel will take part in the extra Pirelli 2020 tyre test only days before the Japanese Grand Prix.
As Ferrari continue to put out the flames from their disastrous Russian Grand Prix strategy, Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko believes Sebastian Vettel no longer has a future at the team.
The real Sebastian Vettel did stand up in Russia, while the Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen comedy act gave a special performance.
Red Bull advisor Dr Helmut Marko says the team want to capatalise when the balance between Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc breaks.
Former Ferrari principal Ross Brawn has warned the team must control the “potentially explosive” rivalry between Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc.
Although Sebastian Vettel admits his V12 engine comment at the Russian GP was “very bitter”, it did represent his true thoughts.
Jenson Button doesn’t understand why Ferrari expected Sebastian Vettel to hand the lead over to Charles Leclerc in Russia, saying it was a “strange deal”.
Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto has played down the latest friction between Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc, saying he still considers it a “luxury”.