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Norris: Sainz one of the best drivers in F1

Lando Norris believes more people are realising what ex-McLaren Formula 1 teammate Carlos Sainz is capable of since his move to Ferrari.

Ferrari expects "easy discussion" with Sainz over new F1 contract
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Ferrari expects "easy discussion" with Sainz over new F1 contract

Ferrari expects to have an "easy discussion" with Carlos Sainz to extend his contract with the team after an impressive first Formula 1 season at Maranello.

Ferrari: "Naive" to think it will be easy to catch Red Bull and Mercedes
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Ferrari: "Naive" to think it will be easy to catch Red Bull and Mercedes

Ferrari believes it would be "very naive" to think it will be easy to catch Red Bull and Mercedes under Formula 1's new technical regulations for the 2022 season.

Sainz hopes F1's young drivers can battle fairly for wins

Carlos Sainz Jr says he hopes Formula 1’s younger generation of drivers can continue to race cleanly when they start regularly fighting for wins.

The stats that prove Ferrari is on the road to recovery

As Ferrari reeled from its worst Formula 1 season in 40 years, 2021 was always going to be a year focused on rebuilding and planning for the future.

Ferrari’s 2022 F1 car and engine will feature a ‘lot of innovation’

Ferrari has hinted that its 2022 Formula 1 car and engine will feature a lot of ‘innovation’, as it bids to make a push to the front of the grid.

Mick Schumacher to share Ferrari F1 reserve role with Giovinazzi in 2022

Ferrari has named Mick Schumacher as its Formula 1 reserve driver for 11 of next year’s 23 races, splitting the role with Antonio Giovinazzi.

Sainz: Hard to believe Leclerc’s ‘crazy quick’ Ferrari F1 driving style

Carlos Sainz found it “difficult to believe” how new Formula 1 teammate Charles Leclerc was driving the Ferrari car before adapting his style and progressing through the season.

Sainz wants nothing "weird" to happen to Leclerc in fight for P5

Carlos Sainz insists he wants nothing "weird" to happen to Ferrari teammate Charles Leclerc in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix in order for the Spaniard to beat him in the Formula 1 standings.

Leclerc 'closed my eyes' at FP2 shunt site in Jeddah F1 qualifying Saudi Arabia GP
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Leclerc 'closed my eyes' at FP2 shunt site in Jeddah F1 qualifying

Ferrari Formula 1 driver Charles Leclerc joked that he closed his eyes at the Jeddah Corniche Circuit's Turn 22 during Saudi Arabian Grand Prix qualifying following his FP2 crash there.

What Ferrari still needs to improve to return to F1 title contention Prime

What Ferrari still needs to improve to return to F1 title contention

After a disastrous 2020 in which it slumped to sixth in the F1 constructors' standings, Ferrari has rebounded strongly and is on course to finish third - despite regulations that forced it to carryover much of its forgettable SF1000 machine. Yet while it can be pleased with its improvement, there are still steps it must make if 2022 is to yield a return to winning ways

Sainz: Deeper F1 off-season conversation on Brazil Turn 4 expected

Carlos Sainz says the conversation about racing guidelines in Formula 1 will continue in the winter after admitting the rules on what is allowed are still "not very clear".

Ferrari "never compromised" 2022 F1 car in fight for third

Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto says the Italian squad "never compromised" the development of its 2022 Formula 1 car in order to secure third place in this year's constructors' championship.

Leclerc "confused" by Qatar qualifying struggles after Q2 exit

Charles Leclerc felt “very confused” after struggling to 13th in Formula 1 qualifying for the Qatar Grand Prix, believing that “something quite big” went wrong during the session.

Qatar GP: Latest F1 technical updates on display

Join us as we delve into the latest technical developments from the Qatar Grand Prix at the Losail International Circuit, courtesy of Giorgio Piola and Sutton Images.

The unanswered questions that define WEC 2021's controversial ending

OPINION: The deeply unsatisfying ending to a brilliant World Endurance Championship GTE Pro battle in Bahrain had Ferrari provisionally heading back from the desert as the victor. But Porsche plans to appeal the outcome, which rests on a number of confusing elements that have yet to be satisfactorily explained.

Ferrari hoped for "better weekend" in Mexico despite retaking third

Mattia Binotto says Ferrari wanted “a better weekend” in Mexico despite reclaiming third in the championship, having failed to pose a threat to Formula 1 frontrunners Red Bull and Mercedes.

Leclerc explains delay in team orders swap with Sainz in Mexican GP

Charles Leclerc insists he had no qualms about Ferrari’s team orders in Formula 1’s Mexican Grand Prix, despite his apparent delay in letting Carlos Sainz Jr through.

Leclerc insists Ferrari F1 engine issues are ‘nothing too big’

Charles Leclerc has downplayed the Formula 1 engine issues he reported to Ferrari during second practice in Mexico City on Friday, claiming they were “nothing too big”.

Mexican GP: The latest F1 technical images on display

Join us as we delve into the latest technical photos from the Mexico City Grand Prix at Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, courtesy of Giorgio Piola and Sutton Images.

Ferrari: Mexico track a boost in F1 battle with McLaren Mexican GP
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Ferrari: Mexico track a boost in F1 battle with McLaren

Ferrari is hopeful that the high altitude of Mexico will give it even more of an edge over McLaren in their Formula 1 constructors' championship fight.

Ferrari: Power gap to Mercedes "not so dramatic" anymore
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Ferrari: Power gap to Mercedes "not so dramatic" anymore

Ferrari F1 team boss Mattia Binotto believes the gap between the Scuderia's power unit and Mercedes' engines "is not so dramatic" anymore after the Italian squad's latest upgrade.

Sainz: US GP contact with Ricciardo "on the limit of legality"

Carlos Sainz believes his clash with Daniel Ricciardo during Sunday's Formula 1 United States Grand Prix was "on the limit of legality" after picking up minor front wing damage.

The hidden Ferrari struggle that Sainz’s recent charge put to rest Prime

The hidden Ferrari struggle that Sainz’s recent charge put to rest

Despite appearing to adjust to life as a Ferrari driver with relative ease, it was far from straightforward under the surface for Carlos Sainz. But, having made breakthroughs in rather different routes at the Russian and Turkish races, he’s now targeting even greater feats for the rest of the Formula 1 season

Binotto to skip races in "critical phase" for 2022 Ferrari F1 project

Ferrari Formula 1 team principal Mattia Binotto says he will work from Maranello at two more grands prix in 2021 after skipping Turkey, as the team's 2022 car project enters a "critical phase".

What could have been: When Stewart turned down Ferrari's F1 advances

Having established himself as a grand prix winner in his first two seasons of Formula 1, a disastrous 1967 campaign with BRM led to a meeting between Jackie Stewart and Ferrari. In an astute move, the Scot turned down the drive for 1968 and went on to become an unstoppable force with Ken Tyrrell.

Sainz "excited" about starting Turkey F1 race last

Carlos Sainz admits he is "excited" about starting Sunday's Formula 1 Turkish Grand Prix from last as he takes on a completely new Ferrari power unit.

Sainz set for Turkey F1 grid penalty after Ferrari engine change Turkish GP
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Sainz set for Turkey F1 grid penalty after Ferrari engine change

Carlos Sainz will take a grid penalty at the Turkish Grand Prix this weekend with Ferrari giving him the upgraded hybrid system on its Formula 1 power unit.

The ill-fated Italian ace rendered an outsider at Ferrari Prime

The ill-fated Italian ace rendered an outsider at Ferrari

Anointed as Italy’s next great racing hero after the tragic death of Alberto Ascari, Luigi Musso was pushed out of favour at Ferrari by Peter Collins and Mike Hawthorn. Nigel Roebuck recalls a troubled soul…

Ferrari reluctant to quantify time gain in upgraded F1 power unit

Mattia Binotto was reluctant to put a number on the time gain made by Ferrari with its upgraded Formula 1 power unit, but said it offered “a step” in performance.

Leclerc not expecting ‘big changes’ from Ferrari F1 power unit upgrade

Charles Leclerc says Ferrari is not expecting any “big changes” from the upgraded hybrid system on its Formula 1 power unit that will debut in Sochi this weekend.

Ferrari to debut updated F1 hybrid system at Russian GP Russian GP
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Ferrari to debut updated F1 hybrid system at Russian GP

Ferrari has confirmed it will debut the updated hybrid system on its Formula 1 power unit at this weekend’s Russian Grand Prix, resigning Charles Leclerc to a grid penalty.

Ferrari: Qualifying Friday is better, but Saturday needs new ideas

Ferrari drivers Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz believe Fridays of Formula 1 grand prix weekends improve significantly under the sprint qualifying format.

Sainz lost confidence after "weird" Monza F1 practice crash Italian GP
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Sainz lost confidence after "weird" Monza F1 practice crash

Ferrari Formula 1 driver Carlos Sainz admits he lost confidence following a “weird” crash in the FP2 session before Saturday’s Italian Grand Prix sprint race at Monza.

Ferrari hopes F1 sprint race changes open door for reverse grids

Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto is "very happy" to hear Formula 1 is considering changes to its sprint race format, saying it could open the door to use reverse grids.

The ups and downs of Raikkonen's 2007 F1 title triumph
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The ups and downs of Raikkonen's 2007 F1 title triumph

Kimi Raikkonen completed a dramatic turnaround to become Formula 1 world champion for Ferrari in 2007. In Autosport's 25 October issue from that year, ADAM COOPER reviewed the twists and turns of the Finn's season and how he recovered a 17-point deficit with two races to go...

Sainz: Ferrari's struggles at wet Spa "not normal"

Ferrari Formula 1 driver Carlos Sainz says the Maranello team's failure to get either of its car into Q3 in the Belgian Grand Prix was "not normal".

How Ferrari's new F1 gearbox casing helped boost its aero

Formula 1's 2021 season presented unprecedented challenges to teams, as the impact of the coronavirus pandemic meant they could not produce all-new cars.

Leclerc: Ferrari's revival in 2021 not a complete surprise
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Leclerc: Ferrari's revival in 2021 not a complete surprise

Ferrari's recovery from a disastrous 2020 Formula 1 season this year is not a "complete surprise", according to Charles Leclerc.

Ferrari to unleash ‘significant’ F1 engine upgrade
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Ferrari to unleash ‘significant’ F1 engine upgrade

Ferrari has revealed plans to bring a ‘significant’ Formula 1 engine upgrade later this season when it introduces its final power unit components of the campaign.

Sainz: 2021 “doesn't feel like my strongest season in F1”

Carlos Sainz feels the 2021 Formula 1 season is not his strongest yet despite having been a good match to teammate Charles Leclerc in only his first year at Ferrari.

How Ferrari has brought the best from F1's smooth operator Prime

How Ferrari has brought the best from F1's smooth operator

As a young boy, Carlos Sainz was schooled by his father in the special folklore surrounding Ferrari in Formula 1. Now an established grand prix ace – and a Ferrari driver to boot – Sainz opens up to BEN ANDERSON about driving for the team of his childhood hero, and of his own boyhood dreams

Leclerc: Stroll's Hungarian GP F1 start move "unrealistic" Hungarian GP
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Leclerc: Stroll's Hungarian GP F1 start move "unrealistic"

Charles Leclerc believes Lance Stroll was “unrealistic” in his Hungary Formula 1 move that caused their race-ending accident at Turn 1, feeling it was “not really a small mistake”.

Guilty rivals should pay for F1 crash damage, says Ferrari Hungarian GP
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Guilty rivals should pay for F1 crash damage, says Ferrari

Ferrari believes Formula 1 should consider having teams pay for the repairs of other cars if their driver is found guilty of causing an accident.

Sainz forced to take third Ferrari F1 power unit for Hungarian GP Hungarian GP
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Sainz forced to take third Ferrari F1 power unit for Hungarian GP

Carlos Sainz has been moved on to his third and final power unit of the Formula 1 season after a problem was detected on his Ferrari's scheduled engine overnight.

Ferrari, McLaren, Lotus, Williams F1 cars in new Petersen exhibit

The Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles is showing its first-ever exhibit dedicated solely to Formula 1, with 10 cars and a 180-degree immersive video.

How Ferrari's new F1 simulator could be a game-changer

Ferrari has improved its Formula 1 fortunes vastly in 2021, and the team is also laying down the foundations off-track to take advantage of 2022's all-new regulations.

Ferrari "needs to be realistic" about Hungary F1 win chance

Ferrari duo Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz have played down their chances of fighting for victory at the Hungarian Grand Prix, despite the circuit layout suiting their Formula 1 car.

Ferrari & Richard Mille: A shared passion for racing

In the past 70 years, one team has clinched more Formula 1 world championships than any other in the series. Success on the race track has elevated Ferrari into one of the most recognisable brands on the planet; renown for speed, luxury and excellence.

Sainz: McLaren one of the most difficult F1 cars to overtake
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Sainz: McLaren one of the most difficult F1 cars to overtake

Ferrari Formula 1 driver Carlos Sainz believe the cars of his former McLaren team are "probably the most difficult cars to overtake" after completing a frustrating British Grand Prix in Daniel Ricciardo's wake.

Leclerc: Ferrari can’t expect to fight Mercedes at other 2021 races

Charles Leclerc has warned Ferrari “shouldn’t expect” to be in a position to fight Mercedes for the rest of the 2021 Formula 1 season despite almost winning at Silverstone.

Ferrari hopes to race hypercar in IMSA following WEC convergence
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Ferrari hopes to race hypercar in IMSA following WEC convergence

Ferrari has expressed hopes that its new FIA World Endurance Championship contender will race in North America after the opening up of the IMSA WeatherTech Sportscar Championship to Le Mans Hypercars.

How Leclerc almost defied Hamilton after Silverstone clash British GP Prime
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How Leclerc almost defied Hamilton after Silverstone clash

A poor start for Valtteri Bottas and the lap one clash between Formula 1's 2021 title protagonists gave Charles Leclerc a surprise lead in the British Grand Prix that he almost held to the end. Here's how the Ferrari driver came close to a famous victory, ultimately denied by a recovering Lewis Hamilton three laps from home

The 'special relationship' Ferrari will hope to exploit at Silverstone

Ferrari might have snubbed the very first world championship race on British soil but the Scuderia and the UK went on to enjoy some deep connections. As BEN EDWARDS explains, theirs is a shared history that is waiting for its next chapter to be written...

F1 sprint timetable opens door for set-up "mess" - Ferrari British GP
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F1 sprint timetable opens door for set-up "mess" - Ferrari

Formula 1's revamped weekend schedule for the first sprint event opens the door for teams to face a set-up "mess" at the British Grand Prix, reckons Ferrari.

How Ferrari's floor experiments have finally paid off

Ferrari has been investigating the benefits of a new floor design for several Formula 1 races now, with various iterations trialled to find the right performance balance.

Ferrari boss Elkann named starter of 2021 Le Mans 24 Hours

Ferrari boss John Elkann will wave off the field at the start of this year's Le Mans 24 Hours in August.

Ferrari: Russell's pace spoiled Austrian GP qualifying strategy

Ferrari’s strategy of qualifying on the medium tyre for the Formula 1 Austrian GP was derailed by the pace of George Russell, according to Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc.

Ferrari was 'most willing' to discuss Red Bull F1 engine deal

Christian Horner has revealed that Red Bull held "exploratory discussions" with Ferrari over a Formula 1 engine deal from 2022 before deciding to form its own powertrain division.

Mercedes distracted by lack of stability, says Ferrari
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Mercedes distracted by lack of stability, says Ferrari

The struggles Mercedes is experiencing in Formula 1 could be the result of a lack of stability in the organisation over recent months, reckons rival Ferrari.