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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.

Binotto: Being in clean air critical to showing Ferrari F1 form

Ferrari Formula 1 team principal Mattia Binotto believes his team has cured most of its tyre problems, but admits his cars need clean air to be able to show its true pace.

Leclerc: Flat-out sprint like F1’s refuelling era British GP
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Leclerc: Flat-out sprint like F1’s refuelling era

Charles Leclerc says he “loves” Formula 1’s new sprint format and enjoyed the fact that he was able to push for the full 17-lap distance.

Leclerc: Ferrari should sacrifice P3 F1 fight for 2022 title bid

Charles Leclerc says he would be happy for Ferrari to sacrifice the fight for third place in the constructors’ championship to focus on a Formula 1 title bid in 2022.

Obituary: Carlos Reutemann, 1942-2021
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Obituary: Carlos Reutemann, 1942-2021

Carlos Reutemann, who raced in Formula 1 for Brabham, Ferrari, Lotus and Williams, won 12 grand prix, but although he came within touching distance of the title, he was never crowned world champion.

Formula 1 great Carlos Reutemann dies aged 79
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Formula 1 great Carlos Reutemann dies aged 79

Carlos Reutemann, runner-up in the 1981 Formula 1 world championship, has passed away after being hospitalized for over a month, his daughter has confirmed. He was 79. 

Ferrari discussing new F1 deal despite dropping Mission Winnow logos

Ferrari Formula 1 boss Mattia Binotto says talks with tobacco giant Philip Morris International over a new sponsorship deal are ongoing despite dropping the Mission Winnow logos for EU races.

Binotto: Consecutive poles not representative of Ferrari's pace
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Binotto: Consecutive poles not representative of Ferrari's pace

Mattia Binotto believes Ferrari’s back-to-back pole positions in Monaco and Azerbaijan are not a true reflection of its place within the current Formula 1 pecking order.

Ferrari appoints Vigna as new company CEO Azerbaijan GP
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Ferrari appoints Vigna as new company CEO

Ferrari has named Benedetto Vigna as its new company CEO, taking over from interim chief John Elkann.

Ferrari planned to use Hamilton’s tow to grab Baku pole

Laurent Mekies has revealed that Ferrari successfully planned to use a tow from Lewis Hamilton to help Charles Leclerc score pole in qualifying for the Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix.

Ferrari won’t be "deluded" by Baku F1 practice form

Ferrari will not be “deluded” by its impressive performance in Friday’s Formula 1 practice for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, believing its target remains to lead the midfield in Baku.

Leclerc expects Ferrari to go "back to reality" after Monaco

Charles Leclerc believes Ferrari will go “back to reality” after taking a surprise Formula 1 pole position in Monaco two weeks ago, feeling the team’s pace was a “one-off”.

Binotto praises Leclerc appearing at Monaco podium

Ferrari Formula 1 team principal Mattia Binotto has praised the way that Charles Leclerc stayed at the Monaco Grand Prix and then cheered on Carlos Sainz’s podium finish.

The signs that suggest Leclerc will come back stronger

OPINION: Last weekend, Charles Leclerc ultimately endured a fourth tough Monaco Grand Prix event in his burgeoning motorsport career. But, based on what happened after his other home setbacks, he will likely come back stronger – eyeing yet more Formula 1 success .

Sainz: Monaco F1 podium "doesn't taste as good as it should"

Carlos Sainz has admitted that his first Ferrari podium does not taste as good as it should, after Formula 1 teammate Charles Leclerc failed to start the Monaco Grand Prix.

Ferrari: ‘Extreme’ qualifying focus paid off with Monaco pole Monaco GP
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Ferrari: ‘Extreme’ qualifying focus paid off with Monaco pole

Ferrari sporting director Laurent Mekies says the team’s “extreme preparations” for qualifying laid the foundations for Charles Leclerc’s surprise Formula 1 pole in Monaco on Saturday.

Why Leclerc crash conspiracy theories make no sense Monaco GP
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Why Leclerc crash conspiracy theories make no sense

Charles Leclerc’s crashed Ferrari Formula 1 car had barely stopped moving before conspiracy theories began flying around social media about it being a deliberate accident.

Ferrari "will not gamble" on Leclerc’s gearbox despite pole Monaco GP
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Ferrari "will not gamble" on Leclerc’s gearbox despite pole

Ferrari "will not gamble" on Charles Leclerc's gearbox despite his shock Formula 1 pole in Monaco as it waits to find out the extent of the damage to his car.

Leclerc explains sensational Bottas pass in Spanish GP

Charles Leclerc says trying to get out of dirty air from cars ahead of him triggered his sensational Turn 3 overtake on Valtteri Bottas in Formula 1’s Spanish Grand Prix.

Revised approach to Spanish GP weekend helping Leclerc

Ferrari Formula 1 driver Charles Leclerc says a revised approach to handling the Spanish Grand Prix weekend appears to be helping him avoid the struggles he faced in Portugal.

The inside story of Villeneuve's final F1 weekend

Thirty nine years have passed since Gilles Villeneuve lost his life at Zolder. We tell the story of the final weekend and the events that led up to it.

"Flat out" sprint races a thrill for drivers, says Leclerc

Charles Leclerc says one of the best things about Formula 1’s new sprint qualifying events will be that drivers can finally push their cars flat out for a whole race.

Why Ferrari's significant step isn't enough for Leclerc

The Ferrari Formula 1 team arrived at its local race in Imola this weekend on a high after a solid performance in the opening race of the year in Bahrain, and its practice performance so far has given more reason for optimism.

Leclerc explains what he learned from Vettel as F1 teammates

Charles Leclerc says he learned a lot from former Ferrari Formula 1 teammate Sebastian Vettel’s hidden qualities.

Sainz’s Ferrari euphoria "contagious" for team, says Leclerc

Carlos Sainz’s ‘euphoria’ at getting a chance to race for Ferrari in Formula 1 has helped lift the mood of the whole team, says Charles Leclerc.

Leclerc: 2021 cars more difficult to manage on corner entry

Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc says Formula 1's 2021 cars are more difficult to manage on the entry to corners thanks to the new aero rules.

Ferrari: F1 engine gains may not be known for four more races

Ferrari thinks it could take another four race weekends for it to be sure about the amount of progress it has made with its new Formula 1 engine.

Leclerc surprised by Ferrari competitiveness in Bahrain practice

Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc said he was positively surprised with his team's pace during Friday practice for the Bahrain Grand Prix after his new teammate Carlos Sainz clocked the fourth fastest time.

Straightline speed no longer a "disadvantage" for Ferrari

Mattia Binotto believes Ferrari's straight-line speed is "not any more a disadvantage" after giving its new Formula 1 power unit a first extended run-out in testing this week.

Ferrari not expecting Sainz to be "fully integrated" by first race

Ferrari Formula 1 chief Mattia Binotto is not expecting Carlos Sainz to be fully integrated with the team by the start of the new season in Bahrain.

The car Ferrari hopes will arrest its alarming F1 slide Prime

The car Ferrari hopes will arrest its alarming F1 slide

The 2020 Formula 1 season was a miserable one for Ferrari, made worse by the knowledge that a significant portion of its underperforming SF1000 would be carried over to 2021. Jarring livery aside, the SF21 shows intent to right the wrongs of last year.

Ferrari explains "radical change" to rear of SF21 F1 car
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Ferrari explains "radical change" to rear of SF21 F1 car

Ferrari has explained the “radical change” that it made to the rear of its new SF21 car ahead of the 2021 Formula 1 season, introducing a new gearbox and suspension.

Ferrari: F1's "terrifying" technology spend not justified

The technology spend by Formula 1 teams is not justified by the levels of secrecy in the sport and the lack of spectacle on television, says Piero Ferrari.

Vettel "at peace" with himself over Ferrari F1 exit

Aston Martin's Sebastian Vettel says he is "at peace" with himself over his final Ferrari season, but doesn't believe he'll be under any less pressure at his new Formula 1 team.

How Ferrari's Hypercar project could bolster Leclerc's legacy Prime

How Ferrari's Hypercar project could bolster Leclerc's legacy

Ferrari's planned return to the top category at the Le Mans 24 Hours has further heightened anticipation for the 2023 race. Few concrete details are currently known, but already it has a high-profile superstar angling for involvement, which would make a refreshing change

How Ferrari plans to recover from its 2020 F1 nightmare Prime

How Ferrari plans to recover from its 2020 F1 nightmare

The 2020 Formula 1 season was Ferrari's worst for 40 years as it slumped to sixth in the standings. A repeat performance will not be acceptable for the proud Italian team, which has adopted a notably pragmatic approach to forging its path back to the top

The pointed note that starts Ferrari's Leclerc vs Sainz era Prime

The pointed note that starts Ferrari's Leclerc vs Sainz era

Ferrari is starting its post-Sebastian Vettel age by welcoming Carlos Sainz in alongside Charles Leclerc. But while Sainz has a tough challenge to match his new teammate, Ferrari is also sending a message that previous intra-team spats must end

Ferrari explains why it supports F1 sprint race plan

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto is hopeful Formula 1 can finalise the details for its sprint race plan in 2021, calling the proposal "promising".

Sainz coy on rumoured crash in Jerez 18-inch F1 tyre test

Carlos Sainz remained coy over speculation he crashed while Pirelli's prototype 18-inch Formula 1 tyres for 2022 at Jerez earlier this week with Ferrari.

The core faults Ferrari must fix in 2021 Prime

The core faults Ferrari must fix in 2021

From challenging Mercedes for world titles, Ferrari abruptly reverted to the kind of shambles not seen since the early 1990s over the course of a disastrous 2020 campaign. Putting the Scuderia back on track won't be the work of a moment, says Roberto Chinchero

Ferrari reveals team and car launch dates for 2021

Ferrari has set the dates for its two launch events ahead of the new Formula 1 season, presenting both the team and the new SF21 car.

Ferrari eyeing revolutionary F1 engine design for 2022

Ferrari is eyeing a radical new engine concept for its 2022 Formula 1 project that could feature a design never seen in the sport before.

How's Ferrari season-long pain highlights 2021 engine task
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How's Ferrari season-long pain highlights 2021 engine task

Ferrari endured its fair share of pain in Formula 1 last year when a down-on-power engine left Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel struggling against their rivals.

Sainz explains impromptu visit to thank tifosi

Carlos Sainz said he made sure to go and thank tifosi who had camped out to see his first Ferrari Formula 1 test after spotting their banners trackside at Fiorano.

Sainz makes maiden Ferrari appearance in Fiorano test

Carlos Sainz hit the track as a Ferrari Formula 1 driver for the first time on Wednesday morning, commencing his private test running at Fiorano.

Seven-driver Ferrari F1 test to include Sainz, Schumacher

Ferrari has announced plans for a seven-driver test at Fiorano next week using its 2018 Formula 1 car, including Carlos Sainz, Charles Leclerc and Mick Schumacher.

Sainz to make Ferrari F1 test debut at Fiorano

Carlos Sainz will make his first on-track appearance as a Ferrari Formula 1 driver when he takes part in a private test at Fiorano next week.

COVID-19 impact prompts Ferrari project number quirk

Formula 1 teams have faced some unprecedented times over the past 12 months, as the sport has had to react quickly to the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

Revealed: What Ferrari is changing on its engine for F1 2021

Ferrari is under no illusions that it needs to make gains on the power unit front if it is going to return to the front of the Formula 1 grid.

Sainz recalls first Ferrari contact: "I tried not to believe it"

Carlos Sainz entered initial talks with Ferrari over a 2021 Formula 1 deal “without trying to believe it too much”, assuming it was talking to a number of drivers.

In defence of Luca Badoer

Much-maligned given his record for the most races without a point and his disastrous two-race foray with Ferrari in 2009, Luca Badoer is perhaps the embodiment of the old adage that your most important race is your last one. James Newbold argues that his reputation is undeserved.

Motorsport Images assists Ferrari with 1000th GP celebration book

Ferrari turned to Motorsport Images to assist in the making of the 1000th Grand Prix celebration book, the first must-have book of 2021 – especially for fans of the Scuderia!

Sainz relishing "tough" challenge of limited Ferrari F1 testing

Carlos Sainz feels it will be a "tough thing" to make his Ferrari Formula 1 debut with limited testing in its new car, but is relishing the challenge.

Marko: "Insecurity" from Hockenheim crash led to Vettel downfall

Sebastian Vettel’s failure to deliver all he wanted at Ferrari was triggered by "insecurity" as a result of his 2018 German Grand Prix crash, says confidant Helmut Marko.

Clear set to become driver coach for Ferrari juniors

Ferrari looks set to expand Jock Clear’s role as a Formula 1 driver coach to include its other juniors, including Mick Schumacher.

Sainz: Ferrari not a team that "devours" its drivers

Carlos Sainz has paid tribute to how McLaren's family atmosphere has made him thrive at the Formula 1 team but isn't worried that his new employer Ferrari will be lacking in that area.

Ferrari setting up Haas F1 hub in Maranello

Ferrari is to set up a Haas hub in Maranello, with more of the Italian team's personnel set to be moved across to the American-owned outfit.

Ferrari learned "a lot of small, significant" things in 2020

Ferrari's sporting director Laurent Mekies claimed the Italian team has had "a lot of small, very significant achievements" during a troubled 2020 Formula 1 season, offering hope it can turn around its fortunes in 2021.

Ferrari wary of top-three rival teams' "free tokens"

Ferrari thinks its target of finishing at least third in the Formula 1 constructors’ championship next year has been made harder by rivals getting an advantage through the token system.

Vettel explains Ferrari farewell song in Abu Dhabi

Sebastian Vettel has explained why he burst in to song for his Ferrari Formula 1 team after the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.