Scuderia Ferrari

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.

Leclerc's brother Arthur steps up to F3 with Prema

Arthur Leclerc, the younger brother of Ferrari Formula 1 driver Charles, will graduate to the FIA Formula 3 championship next year with the title-winning Prema Racing outfit.

Leclerc explains Vettel Abu Dhabi helmet tribute gesture

Charles Leclerc says he is running a special Abu Dhabi Grand Prix helmet livery dedicated to departing Ferrari Formula 1 teammate Sebastian Vettel to show respect for “a great guy”. 

Leclerc "disappointed" after failing to replicate Q1 pace Abu Dhabi GP
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Leclerc "disappointed" after failing to replicate Q1 pace

Charles Leclerc was “disappointed” to finish qualifying for Formula 1’s 2020 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix in ninth, after the Ferrari driver had set the third fastest time in Q1. 

Vettel admits to "failure" in reaching goals with Ferrari

On the eve of his last race with the Ferrari Formula 1 team, Sebastian Vettel has admitted that “we’ve failed” having set himself the target of winning the world championship.

Leclerc: “I’ll choose my fights better” after Verstappen clash

Ferrari Formula 1 driver Charles Leclerc says he’ll “choose his fights better” after his first lap accident in last weekend's Sakhir GP earned a three-place grid penalty.

Sainz: No explanation given for Abu Dhabi test snub

Carlos Sainz says that the logic behind the FIA's decision not to allow him to run in next week’s Formula 1 test in Abu Dhabi test has not been explained.

Ferrari boss Binotto to skip Abu Dhabi GP through illness

Ferrari Formula 1 chief Mattia Binotto will skip this weekend's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix through a non-COVID-19 related illness.

Binotto: Leclerc can be a "clear leader" like Schumacher

Mattia Binotto is confident Charles Leclerc can be a “clear leader” for Ferrari in Formula 1 like Michael Schumacher was, believing there are similarities between the two drivers.

Ferrari: It's "common sense" to allow Sainz in Abu Dhabi test

Ferrari Formula 1 team sporting director Laurent Mekies says it would be “common sense” for the FIA to open up the Abu Dhabi young driver test to anyone.

Ferrari's chassis engineering head Resta moves to Haas

Ferrari has announced more changes to the technical leadership of its Formula 1 team, with its head of chassis engineering moving to join Haas.

Ferrari duo cleared the air after Vettel's radio rant

Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc spoke after the Bahrain Grand Prix to clear the air following a complaint from Vettel about his Formula 1 teammate’s move at Turn 1.

Vettel: Ferrari must be "sly as a fox" to score in Bahrain Bahrain GP
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Vettel: Ferrari must be "sly as a fox" to score in Bahrain

Sebastian Vettel feels Ferrari needs to be "sly as a fox" with its Formula 1 tyre strategy to score points in Bahrain after failing to reach Q3.

Sainz set for first Ferrari F1 test with 2018 car

Ferrari Formula 1 boss Mattia Binotto has revealed that the team plans to give new driver Carlos Sainz some mileage in a 2018 car early next year.

Ferrari now in favour of F1 engine freeze from 2022

Ferrari is now in favour of a Formula 1 engine development freeze from 2022 after agreeing to bring forward the introduction of the new power units to 2025.

Hamilton: Racing for Ferrari in F1 "just wasn't meant to be"

Lewis Hamilton says that racing for Ferrari in Formula 1 "just wasn't meant to be", with the Briton poised to renew his long-term commitment to Mercedes.

Binotto: Ferrari's upswing in form encouraging for 2021 hopes

Ferrari Formula 1 team principal Mattia Binotto says his outfit’s recent uplift in form is an encouraging sign about its chances of further progress in 2021.

Ferrari: Vettel podium "very important" after recent struggles Turkish GP
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Ferrari: Vettel podium "very important" after recent struggles

Ferrari Formula 1 team principal Mattia Binotto says Sebastian Vettel’s podium in the Turkish Grand Prix was ‘very important’ for the German after a difficult season.

Leclerc labels Ferrari's wet weather performance a "disaster" Turkish GP
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Leclerc labels Ferrari's wet weather performance a "disaster"

Charles Leclerc labelled the Ferrari Formula 1 team’s failure to get its tyres switched on in qualifying for the Turkish Grand Prix a "disaster".

Leclerc: Ferrari's struggles have made me a better driver

Ferrari's Charles Leclerc believes that he has become a better driver over the course of the Italian team’s difficult 2020 Formula 1 season.

Ferrari team principal Binotto to skip Turkish GP

Ferrari Formula 1 chief Mattia Binotto will be absent from this weekend’s Turkish Grand Prix in Istanbul, instead running the team from its base in Maranello.

Why Ferrari has gone back to old ideas to move forward

Ferrari has been working hard in recent races trying out a raft of updates in a bid to make the progress it wants with its SF1000.

Ferrari concedes fighting for third will be "very difficult"

Ferrari concedes that it is now going to be "very difficult" to get involved in the fight for third in the Formula 1 constructors' championship.

How Ferrari's Imola spec offers clues to hit-and-miss upgrades

Ferrari arrived at Imola in relatively high spirits given its recent results, with the team having found the right combination of upgrades and retrogrades in recent races to help unlock some of the SF1000's hidden potential.

Wolff doesn't see F1 engine freeze happening amid opposition

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff believes Formula 1 will fail to push through Red Bull’s desired engine freeze so long as both Ferrari and Renault oppose the proposal.

Ferrari: No big differences in data between Vettel and Leclerc

Ferrari Formula 1 chief Mattia Binotto says there are “no big differences” in the data from Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc’s cars to explain their gap in performance.

Ferrari set to decide on juniors' promotion before F2 finale

Ferrari is planning to decide on which of its young drivers to promote into a Formula 1 seat "in the next couple of weeks", prior to the F2 season finale.

Binotto rehearsed Vettel split phone call three times

Ferrari Formula 1 team principal Mattia Binotto has revealed that he had to mentally rehearse three times his phone call to inform Sebastian Vettel he wasn't being retained.

Binotto: Ferrari must prove progress is not track-specific

Ferrari still needs to validate its recent improvement in performance to ensure it is not solely due to the characteristics of the Portimao Formula 1 track, according to Mattia Binotto.

Why Ferrari hobbling Vettel doesn’t make any sense
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Why Ferrari hobbling Vettel doesn’t make any sense

Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel is enduring a tough time this season as he struggles to get as much out of the team's SF1000 car as teammate Charles Leclerc.

How Ferrari's progress was helped by an old idea

Charles Leclerc's continued improved form for Ferrari shows the Italian team has turned the corner in Formula 1.

Vettel trusts Ferrari giving him same F1 car as Leclerc
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Vettel trusts Ferrari giving him same F1 car as Leclerc

Sebastian Vettel trusts that Ferrari is giving him the same specification of car as Charles Leclerc amid his ongoing struggles up against his Formula 1 teammate.

Ferrari: Red Bull's engine freeze plan not the priority

Ferrari says sorting out plans for Formula 1's engine regulations from 2026 is a bigger priority right now than worrying about an engine freeze to help Red Bull.

Ferrari rubbishes talk of F1 cars not being identical

Ferrari Formula 1 team principal Mattia Binotto has rubbished any talk that Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc are not getting equal machinery.

Vettel: Leclerc in a "different class" after another Q2 exit

Sebastian Vettel says Ferrari teammate Charles Leclerc is simply in a "different class", after another frustrating qualifying result at the Portuguese Grand Prix.

Ferrari to test 2021-spec floor in Portuguese GP practice

Ferrari will test a 2021-specification floor during Friday's free practice sessions at the Portuguese Grand Prix in a bid to get a head-start on next year's regulations.

Vettel wants to end Ferrari F1 spell with "dignity"

Sebastian Vettel wants to end his time with Ferrari in Formula 1 with "dignity", conceding his final season with the Italian team has "not been the easiest".

Binotto says upgrades show Ferrari heading in right direction

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto is confident the Maranello outfit is moving in the "right direction" now, after its latest update brought some encouragement at last weekend's Eifel Grand Prix.

Ferrari on right path after hitting “rock bottom” - Mekies

Ferrari Formula 1 team sporting director Laurent Mekies says that Charles Leclerc’s qualifying performance at the Nurburgring shows that the Maranello outfit is recovering after hitting “rock bottom.”

How Ferrari's and Mercedes' most dominant F1 cars compare
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How Ferrari's and Mercedes' most dominant F1 cars compare

Formula 1 returns to the Nurburgring this weekend for the first time since 2013 – with records again set to tumble.

Sainz: Fans "can laugh as much they want" about Ferrari move

Carlos Sainz says fans making jokes about his move to Ferrari for 2021 “can laugh as much as they want” and that he finds their ideas “pretty funny”.

Vettel open to idea of spec-car race for F1 drivers

Sebastian Vettel would relish the opportunity to race his Formula 1 rivals in a saloon car race, but fears the times of drivers trying out different cars are “gone”.

Ferrari planning further SF1000 car updates at Nurburgring

Ferrari is set to bring further updates for its SF1000 Formula 1 car to the Eifel Grand Prix at the Nurburgring next weekend.

The Ferrari update secrets revealed by Vettel's crash

Getting a close-up look at the fine details of a Formula 1’s car design can be a tricky business, especially in areas where the crowded aerodynamic structures make it easy to hide things.

The upgrades Ferrari brought after hitting 'rock bottom'

Ferrari says the upgrades it tried out at the Russian Grand Prix are just the first step it needs to help it move away from its ‘rock bottom’ performance in Formula 1.

Ferrari planning "small upgrades" for Russian GP

Ferrari is planning to bring some minor upgrades to the Russian Grand Prix, but the team does not believe they will cure any of the SF1000’s main vices.

The bust and boom that will start Ferrari's second F1 millennium Prime

The bust and boom that will start Ferrari's second F1 millennium

Ferrari celebrated its Formula 1 history at the Tuscan Grand Prix, but its current car isn't going to add any more major achievements to that story. However, there is more than one reason why the future beyond the immediate looks good for the Scuderia.

Ferrari F1 team is stuck "in a hole" right now, says CEO

The Ferrari Formula 1 team is stuck "in a hole" right now, says its CEO Louis Camilleri, who believes only hard work will get it out of it.

Leclerc: Fifth in qualifying beyond Ferrari's expectations

Charles Leclerc was left “very happy” after qualifying fifth for the Tuscan Grand Prix at Mugello, saying the result surpassed all of Ferrari Formula 1 team’s expectations.

Leclerc: Filming day to thank for promising FP1 position

Charles Leclerc put his "surprise" third-place finish in opening practice for the Tuscan Grand Prix down to Ferrari's prior track experience at Mugello.

Vettel has no regrets about his time at Ferrari

Sebastian Vettel says he has no regrets over the time he has spent with Ferrari in Formula 1 despite failing to win a world championship with the Scuderia.

Binotto: Ferrari still not in a crisis despite double DNF

Ferrari is still not facing a crisis despite its double retirement from the Italian Grand Prix and recent poor form, according to Formula 1 team principal Mattia Binotto.

Vettel: No shortcuts to end Ferrari's "suffering"

Sebastian Vettel says that there are no shortcuts out of Ferrari's "suffering" right now, as the team digests the fallout from a disappointing Italian Grand Prix.

How do you solve a problem like Ferrari? Prime

How do you solve a problem like Ferrari?

Ferrari's miserable Italian Grand Prix performance typified the team's troubles in 2020. Formula 1's most famous team should not be tempted to lose its head, but must also make concerted steps to enact a full recovery in the next few years