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Ferrari's return to form has given it the headache of two drivers going head-to-head to become team leader, but its approach to handling the situation raises questions as to whether it's chosen the right strategy.
Carlos Sainz called his latest fifth-place finish “a bit more special than others” after being so quick he forced Ferrari and Charles Leclerc to "give up" in the Japanese Grand Prix.
Mercedes' era of dominance is casting a shadow on the success Ferrari enjoyed during its Michael Schumacher days, but the Silver Arrows squad has one key skill that its Formula 1 rival must learn to dethrone it.
Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel escaped a penalty for a possible jump start in the Japanese Grand Prix because his pre-start movement was “within acceptable tolerance”, the FIA has explained.
Ferrari duo Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc have admitted their front-row lock out at the Japanese Grand Prix was unexpected.
Ferrari Formula 1 team boss Mattia Binotto expects to have to manage Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc on-track again despite the “misunderstanding” they suffered at the Russian Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel says it’s too early for him to name Charles Leclerc as the toughest teammate he’s had in his Formula 1 career.
Charles Leclerc said it was "a bit of a surprise" to see his Ferrari team off the pace during Friday Formula 1 practice at Suzuka.
Charles Leclerc says he will not allow the battle between himself and Sebastian Vettel hurt the interests of their Ferrari team.
Ferrari must handle its “potentially explosive” Formula 1 driver line-up carefully following the Russian Grand Prix team orders controversy between Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc, says Ross Brawn.
Mercedes Formula 1 driver Valtteri Bottas says it took a miracle to beat Ferrari and secure a one-two finish in Russia, but stresses that his team had to do everything right in order to benefit.
Ferrari couldn't have avoided bringing out a costly virtual safety car after Sebastian Vettel's failure in the Russian Grand Prix, as team boss Mattia Binotto says it had to stop the car immediately for safety reasons.
Sebastian Vettel feels he stuck to the pre-race agreement made by Ferrari ahead of the Russian Grand Prix, despite failing to acquiesce to an order to let Charles Leclerc by.
Sebastian Vettel feels there hasn't been “any pattern” in his qualifying deficit to Charles Leclerc, after the Monegasque racer took his fourth Formula 1 pole on the trot in Russia.
Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto says it would be a “shame” to have to use its right to veto changes to the championship’s rules in the 2021 discussions.
Charles Leclerc set the pace in final practice for the Russian Grand Prix as the Ferrari driver eyes a fourth consecutive pole position in Formula 1.
Sebastian Vettel has given an insight into the recent resurgence of the Ferrari Formula 1 team, by explaining that a general increased level of grip has allowed the team more freedom with set-up.