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Motorsport icon Mario Andretti says that Ferrari should consider entering the NTT IndyCar Series as both a chassis builder and an engine supplier – while acknowledging that the regulations would need to change.
The Italian automobile club has warned Formula 1 it “can no longer afford to make the mistake” of cancelling races at the last minute, like the opening Australian Grand Prix.
One of the fascinating aspects about the battle between Ferrari and Mercedes this year has been how their performance has swung between qualifying and the race.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has revealed that he has put in place a new technical structure at his Formula 1 team as part of his push to get it back to the front of the grid.
The FIA has confirmed plans for an even stricter clampdown on oil burn in 2020, as the governing body moves to stop teams benefiting from the activity.
Ferrari has revealed it has chosen to remove its ‘Mission Winnow’ branding for the opening round of the 2019 Formula 1 season in Australia.
Formula 1's top teams could converge towards longer wheelbase concepts with their 2019 designs as an unintended consequence of a higher fuel allowance.
Maurizio Arrivabene is to be replaced as team principal at Ferrari by its technical chief Mattia Binotto, senior sources have confirmed.
Ex-Formula 1 racer Pierluigi Martini has a special place in the hearts of Minardi fans – after all, he was the driver with whom the team made its F1 debut in 1985, scored its first point in 1988, and recorded its only ever front-row start in 1990. This diminutive but larger-than-life character has his own racing love affair, however: his pride and joy is an ex-Ronnie Peterson Tyrrell P34.
Mercedes non-executive chairman Niki Lauda believes it would be "absurd" to question Sebastian Vettel after the Ferrari Formula 1 driver's problems in 2018.
Kimi Raikkonen has had a first seat fitting at Sauber, prompting speculation that he could test for the team later this year.
A fall in ticket sales for the Italian Grand Prix has left the country's motorsport president worried that it may not be able to afford to keep the Formula 1 race after its current contract expires.
Ferrari will bring a new floor to the British Grand Prix in a bid to lift its performance in response to the major update packages that rival Mercedes introduced in Austria.