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Binotto praised for helping Vasseur’s Ferrari F1 handover

Former Ferrari Formula 1 team principal Mattia Binotto has been praised by replacement Fred Vasseur for helping talk him through their handover.

Why Vasseur relishes 'feeling the pressure' as Ferrari's F1 boss Prime

Why Vasseur relishes 'feeling the pressure' as Ferrari's F1 boss

OPINION: Fred Vasseur has spent only a few weeks as team principal for the Ferrari Formula 1 team, but is already intent on taking the Scuderia back to the very top. And despite it being arguably the most demanding job in motorsport, the Frenchman is relishing the challenge

Vasseur "convinced" Ferrari has everything it needs to win F1 title

New Ferrari Formula 1 boss Fred Vasseur is “convinced” the team has everything it needs to win the championship, and that targeting anything less would be a “lack of ambition.”

F1 2022 Tech Review: Ferrari’s race winner falls short in the end

Ferrari’s F1-75 was not only a good looking racing car, but it was extremely quick out of the blocks, winning two of the first three races of the 2022 Formula 1 season.

Leclerc: Mercedes F1 will "definitely" be back in title fight next year

Charles Leclerc believes Mercedes will definitely be back in the fight for the Formula 1 titles next year with a “very strong car” after its 2022 struggles.

Leclerc: ‘Not much satisfaction’ splitting Red Bulls in F1 championship

Charles Leclerc says he felt “not too much satisfaction” splitting the Red Bull drivers in this year’s Formula 1 world championship after ending the season with “mixed feelings."

Horner: "Very difficult" call for Binotto to leave Ferrari F1

Red Bull chief Christian Horner thinks it would have been a "very difficult" call by Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto to leave the squad in the wake of its Formula 1 disappointment.

Leclerc expecting “smooth transition” under new Ferrari F1 boss

Charles Leclerc believes that Ferrari will undergo a “smooth transition” when a new Formula 1 team principal takes over next year.

Wolff: ’Too much porcelain broken’ for Binotto to join Mercedes F1

Toto Wolff has ruled out the possibility of outgoing Ferrari Formula 1 team principal Mattia Binotto joining Mercedes in the future, saying there was “too much porcelain broken between us.”

Red Bull’s ‘Muhammad Ali’ approach was its F1 strength, says Ferrari

Red Bull’s ‘Muhammad Ali’ ability to hit back when it appeared to be on the ropes was key to its success in Formula 1 this year, reckons rival Ferrari.

Ferrari’s 2023 F1 engine is ‘the bomb’, says Steiner

Haas team principal Gunther Steiner has hinted that engine partner Ferrari has made major progress with its 2023 Formula 1 power unit, which he has cheekily praised as ‘the bomb.’

Ferrari says theories on tyre deg in F1 2022 were a 'misconception'

Ferrari thinks that theories its tyre degradation got worse over the Formula 1 season were a ‘misconception’.

Ferrari’s Binotto F1 split looks "strange", says Brundle

Ferrari’s parting of ways with team boss Mattia Binotto appears "strange" if no top-level figure has been lined up to replace him, reckons Sky Formula 1 pundit Martin Brundle.

The key F1 management call Ferrari must make to avoid more defeat Prime

The key F1 management call Ferrari must make to avoid more defeat

OPINION: Mattia Binotto’s departure from Ferrari will naturally bring a range of changes across the Formula 1 team. But how the changes shape up and the impact they could have is set to be dictated by a key direction Ferrari’s top dogs will need to pick

The added complication Ferrari faces in its hunt for Binotto's F1 successor

As the dust begins to settle from Mattia Binotto’s exit as Ferrari’s Formula 1 chief following confirmation of his resignation, officials in Maranello now face a two-sided problem.

Why Binotto's exit leaves Ferrari with an impossible target for F1 2023

Mattia Binotto's resignation from his post as Formula 1 team principal may appease the many who called for him to go, but its consequences could prove dire for the team.

Binotto resigns as Ferrari F1 team principal

Ferrari Formula 1 team principal Mattia Binotto will leave the squad at the end of the year, after resigning from his position.

How Ferrari quietly sorted its core F1 engine reliability problem

Ferrari’s fluctuating form in the final races of the Formula 1 season – especially from struggles in Mexico to fighting Red Bull in Abu Dhabi – highlighted how critical engine performance was.

Ferrari used "dummy" pit radio message to trick Red Bull in Abu Dhabi GP

Ferrari has revealed that it used a "dummy" radio message to trick Red Bull into putting Sergio Perez on to a two-stop strategy at Formula 1’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

Abu Dhabi GP 2022: Lap by lap visualization

Check out our animated timeline visualization of the 2022 Abu Dhabi GP at Yas Marina Circuit, which charts the position changes.

Sainz willing to help Leclerc beat Perez in Abu Dhabi GP

Carlos Sainz says he would have no problem helping Charles Leclerc beat Sergio Perez to second place in the Formula 1 drivers' championship in Sunday's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

Binotto "relaxed" about Ferrari F1 future after exit reports

Mattia Binotto says he feels “relaxed” about his future as Ferrari’s Formula 1 team principal in the wake of reports suggesting he could leave in January.

Leclerc surprised by “aggressive” Norris F1 Brazil GP clash

Charles Leclerc admits that he was surprised to be punted into a spin by an “aggressive” Lando Norris early in the Formula 1 Sao Paulo Grand Prix.

Ferrari wants to review F1 strategy processes after Brazil GP error

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto says he wants to go over his squad’s strategy processes after its intermediate tyre blunder in qualifying for Formula 1’s Brazilian Grand Prix.

Ferrari’s F1 development freeze triggered after it 'couldn't afford' upgrades

Ferrari has revealed that the decision to stop developing its 2022 car was forced on it because it had hit its spending limit under Formula 1’s cost cap.

São Paulo GP 2022: Lap by lap visualization

Check out our animated timeline visualization of the 2022 São Paulo GP at Autódromo José Carlos Pace, which charts the position changes.

Ferrari explains Leclerc’s inter tyre choice mistake

Ferrari says Charles Leclerc’s intermediate tyre selection for Q3 at Formula 1’s Brazilian Grand Prix was part of a split strategy gamble prompted by its weather forecast for immediate rain.

Sainz gets Brazilian GP grid penalty for F1 engine change

Carlos Sainz will take a five-place grid penalty for Sunday’s Brazilian Grand Prix after Ferrari opted to take a fresh engine ahead of the Interlagos Formula 1 weekend.

Hamilton: Beating Ferrari to F1 runner-up spot would be an “amazing feeling”

Lewis Hamilton says it would be an “amazing feeling” if his Mercedes Formula 1 team could pip Ferrari to the runner-up spot in the constructors' world championship.

Ferrari: Mercedes’ development rate not a worry for F1 2023

Ferrari insists it is not alarmed by Mercedes’ recent Formula 1 progress, despite falling behind its rival at several races.

Why Ferrari's long-awaited prototype return is a milestone moment

OPINION: Ferrari’s return to the top of sportscar racing has been a long time coming. So seeing the 499P in the metal is a milestone moment for enthusiasts, as our long-standing sportscar correspondent explains

Piero Ferrari, Binotto lead tributes to legendary F1 engineer Forghieri

Enzo Ferrari’s son Piero and the Italian outfit’s current Formula 1 team principal Mattia Binotto have led tributes to engineer Mauro Forghieri, following his death at the age of 87.

How Ferrari's new Le Mans contender is a statement of philosophy

After 50 years, Ferrari is heading back to Le Mans with its all-new 499P. A nod to tradition was inevitable as the Prancing Horse forges into a new era.

Ferrari’s rivals don’t think Mexico slump was true reflection of F1 form

Mercedes and Red Bull suspect that Ferrari’s struggles in Formula 1’s Mexican Grand Prix were likely a one-off, rather than a sign it has fallen away from the lead battle.

Sainz relieved to complete F1 Mexican GP after Japan, US first-lap exits

Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz says he was relieved to complete a Formula 1 race in Mexico after the frustrations of his recent first-lap retirements in Japan and the USA.

Mexico City GP 2022: Lap by lap visualization

Check out our animated timeline visualization of the 2022 Mexico City GP at Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, which charts the position changes.

Leclerc fears “nightmare” Mexico F1 race after Ferrari qualifying woes

Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc fears a “nightmare” Sunday at the Formula 1 Mexico City Grand Prix after experiencing engine and DRS issues in qualifying.

Ferrari unhappy with “very limited” impact of FIA F1 penalty against Red Bull

Ferrari says it is “not happy” with the FIA’s penalty against Red Bull for breaching the 2021 Formula 1 cost cap, believing its true impact is “very limited.”

Leclerc: Ferrari "getting there" against Red Bull on Sunday F1 race gains

Charles Leclerc reckons Ferrari is “getting there” with its bid to improve strategy and find performance gains to fight back against 2022 Formula 1 rival Red Bull.

Sainz: FIA “a bit easy” on Russell with US GP F1 collision penalty

Carlos Sainz has suggested the FIA stewards were “a bit easy” on George Russell after their contact at the start of the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix.

Red Bull’s F1 straight-line advantage is "good protection", says Ferrari

Red Bull’s current straight-line speed advantage gives it “very good protection” over the rest of the Formula 1 teams, according to Ferrari sporting chief Laurent Mekies.

United States GP 2022: Lap by lap visualization

Check out our animated timeline visualization of the 2022 United States GP at Circuit of the Americas, which charts the position changes.

Sainz: First dry F1 pole in US GP qualifying was ‘a long time coming’

Carlos Sainz says his first dry pole position in Formula 1 felt like “a long time coming” after topping qualifying for the United States Grand Prix on Saturday.

Japanese GP 2022: Lap by lap visualization

Check out our animated timeline visualization of the 2022 Japanese GP at Suzuka Circuit, which charts the position changes.

Ferrari won't appeal Leclerc Suzuka F1 penalty

Ferrari will not appeal Charles Leclerc’s five-second time penalty, but says it was “very surprised and very disappointed” by the decision that settled the Formula 1 title race.

Binotto "pessimistic" over F1 budget cap results delay, wants FIA clarity

Ferrari Formula 1 boss Mattia Binotto wants clarity from the FIA over the reasons for delaying the 2021 budget cap results, but admits he feels “pessimistic.”

Ferrari LMH surpasses 10,000km in testing as launch date set
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Ferrari LMH surpasses 10,000km in testing as launch date set

Ferrari has revealed its new Le Mans Hypercar that will race in the FIA World Endurance Championship in 2023 has covered more than 10,000km in testing, as it gears up to officially launch the car later this month.

Leclerc "surprised" at how Perez surged clear in F1 Singapore GP closing stages

Charles Leclerc admitted he was surprised how Sergio Perez could pull so far clear in the closing stages of Formula 1’s Singapore Grand Prix after breaking free of DRS range.

Singapore GP 2022: Lap by lap visualization

Check out our animated timeline visualization of the 2022 Singapore GP at Marina Bay Street Circuit, which charts the position changes.

Leclerc explains mistakes which he feared cost Singapore GP F1 pole Singapore GP
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Leclerc explains mistakes which he feared cost Singapore GP F1 pole

Charles Leclerc feared he had thrown away Singapore Grand Prix pole position with mistakes on his final lap in Formula 1 qualifying in a nervous end to the session.

Ferrari hasn’t escaped "real mystery" of F1 2022 cars

Ferrari admits it has not escaped the "real mystery" that other Formula 1 teams have faced in trying to understand why the performance of its cars has fluctuated so much.

Red Bull's VSC plan shows Ferrari's F1 strategy call not wrong in Italian GP

Red Bull has revealed that it would have stopped Max Verstappen during the early VSC period at Formula 1’s Italian Grand Prix if then leader Charles Leclerc had not pitted.

Ferrari says FIA should've done a "better job" with F1 Italian GP safety car

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto says the FIA should have done a better job with the safety car at the end of Formula 1’s Italian Grand Prix.

Italian GP 2022: Lap by lap visualization

Check out our animated timeline visualization of the 2022 Italian GP at Autodromo Nazionale Monza, which charts the position changes.

Leclerc: Italian GP fate was sealed before "frustrating" safety car finish

Charles Leclerc admitted that a safety car finish to Formula 1’s Italian Grand Prix was "frustrating", but losing the race had been settled long before that.

Leclerc can't rely on 2019 experience in 2022 Monza F1 charge

Charles Leclerc will rely more on his overall development with Ferrari in Formula 1 to win the 2022 Italian Grand Prix rather than lean on his 2019 victory at Monza.

Overview: Which drivers have a grid penalty for the Italian GP F1?

Formula 1 frontrunners Max Verstappen, Carlos Sainz, Sergio Perez and Lewis Hamilton are among many drivers to take grid penalties in Monza. Check out all the Italian Grand Prix grid penalties below.

Leclerc still expects Monza F1 "qualifying games" despite reduced tow

Charles Leclerc expects to see the usual “qualifying game” at Monza despite the 2022 Formula 1 cars generating a less powerful tow than their predecessors.

Binotto: Ferrari needs to react at Italian GP home F1 race

Ferrari Formula 1 team boss Mattia Binotto has acknowledged his team must react at Monza after another disappointing weekend in Zandvoort and put on a good display for the Italian tifosi.

Dutch GP 2022: Lap by lap visualization

Check out our animated timeline visualization of the 2022 Dutch GP at Circuit Zandvoort, which charts the position changes.