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At the halfway point of 2019 Formula 1 pre-season testing, the early talking points for the year ahead have already emerged.
Pirelli’s estimated differences between its 2019 Formula 1 tyres suggest Ferrari ended the first test with an advantage of half a second.
Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas admits the rival Ferrari team seems to be “a bit ahead” and "in a better place" based on Formula 1 pre-season testing so far.
Hopes are high that Red Bull-Honda will join Ferrari and Mercedes in the 2019 Formula 1 title battle.
Lewis Hamilton has conceded that Ferrari looks 'very, very strong' right now, but he says it is not unusual for his Italian rival to hit the ground running in testing.
Charles Leclerc said he put the emotion of his official 2019 debut as a Ferrari Formula 1 driver aside as he topped pre-season testing at Barcelona on Tuesday.
Ferrari Formula 1 team would've been 'mad' to make sweeping changes ahead of the 2019 season, driver Sebastian Vettel believes.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff believes that Ferrari suggesting it could favour Sebastian Vettel from early in the season is a "statement".
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Sebastian Vettel says not to expect anything other than him remaining at Ferrari beyond 2019 as his "mission" at the Scuderia remains incomplete.
Ferrari begins the 2019 Formula 1 season as the team most likely to challenge Mercedes – but is its SF90 design going to provide the performance leap required?
Ferrari’s philosophy for the 2019 Formula 1 season is to “try to enjoy” the experience again, something new team principal Mattia Binotto thinks it was “maybe missing in the past”.
Ferrari has come closest to toppling Mercedes over the past two Formula 1 seasons, but failed to keep up its momentum each time. Has its off-season shake-up had the desired effect and made its 2019 car the one to beat?
Kimi Raikkonen reckons Charles Leclerc can thrive at Ferrari if he focuses on driving and doesn’t get distracted by the extra "hassle" that surrounds the Italian Formula 1 outfit.
Haas boss Gunther Steiner insists that Ferrari’s closer ties to the former Sauber team make no difference to his Formula 1 outfit.