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Sebastian Vettel claimed pole position with a commanding performance in qualifying for Formula 1’s Japanese Grand Prix, as Ferrari overturned Mercedes’ practice pace advantage to lock out the front row.
Sebastian Vettel admits ignoring Ferrari's team orders in the Russian Grand Prix was "not right", but says the controversy has now been cleared up.
Ferrari says it would only regret its failed 2019 Formula 1 title bid if it had not learned from the errors that caused it to miss opportunities this season.
The potent teammate rivalry at Ferrari has been plain to see since the start of 2019, but has become ever more tense since Ferrari's turnaround in Formula 1 form. In Russia, Sebastian Vettel showed Charles Leclerc exactly what he's up against
Mattia Binotto has suggested the crucial recent car upgrades that transformed Ferrari into Formula 1's form team were a result of bringing forward development work planned for 2020.
Sebastian Vettel says his frustrated radio message for Formula 1 to 'bring back the f***ing V12s' after his Russian GP retirement was borne of ongoing angst at the downside of the current turbo hybrid engines.
Ferrari insists its engine advantage in Formula 1 is smaller than people think and "not so huge as Mercedes had in the past".
Ferrari Formula 1 hero Jean Alesi almost didn’t sign for the Scuderia for 1991, having burst onto the scene with minnows Tyrrell.
Tension was high inside Ferrari at the Russian Grand Prix, where it got itself into a team orders mess as Sebastian Vettel failed to follow an instruction to let Charles Leclerc through early in the race.
The Russian Grand Prix weekend was supposed to prove just how much Ferrari had improved its SF90. But while its speed was impressive, Ferrari struggled to control its drivers during a race that got away from it
Ferrari created another team orders problem for itself in the Russian Grand Prix at Sochi, as Sebastian Vettel passed pole-sitting teammate Charles Leclerc on the run to Turn 2 – and then appeared to ignore instructions to give the position back.
Lewis Hamilton has likened Ferrari's straightline speed advantage to it having a "jet mode", after he was beaten once again to pole position at the Russian Grand Prix.
Ferrari believes its encouraging Russian Grand Prix practice pace has validated the performance of its latest Formula 1 aerodynamic package, and will not introduce any more major updates this season.
Sebastian Vettel will participate in Pirelli's Spain tyre test on the same week as the Japanese Grand Prix, adding an extra "complication" amid Formula 1's end-of-year flyaways.
Charles Leclerc says he will learn from the Singapore GP and "just shut up" rather than make negative radio comments to his Ferrari Formula 1 team.
Sebastian Vettel believes winning the title is the "only way for Ferrari to be back" in Formula 1, even if that is a "very harsh judgement" given its recent form.
Ferrari arrived in Singapore with two victories under its belt in as many races and a spring in its step. However, those victories were recorded at tracks that suited its low-drag characteristics, so how did it then pull off a win at the street circuit?
Ferrari’s speed at Formula 1’s 2019 Singapore Grand Prix was largely the result of the development upgrades it successfully introduced at the race.
Ferrari was not expected to win in Singapore - it wasn't even expected to be second best. But it scored its best points haul of the season, which came as a result of a technical review that stemmed from its early season disappointment