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Norris: McLaren must match Ferrari's ground-effects gains for F1 2023

Lando Norris says McLaren must take as big a step forwards this season as Ferrari managed between 2021 and 2022, even though the major Formula 1 rule change has passed.

Giovinazzi joins WEC as Ferrari names 2023 Hypercar drivers

Ferrari Formula 1 reserve driver Antonio Giovinazzi will race the Italian manufacturer’s new 499P Le Mans Hypercar in this year’s FIA World Endurance Championship. 

The decisive steps in Vettel’s Ferrari F1 disappointments Prime

The decisive steps in Vettel’s Ferrari F1 disappointments

It was a different Sebastian Vettel who moved to Ferrari: a driver who knew what he wanted and how to get it, full of the confidence and commanding influence four world championships could bring. ROBERTO CHINCHERO recalls that the mission was nothing less than to recreate the glory days of Michael Schumacher. What could possibly go wrong?

How Ferrari missed its big chance to end a painful F1 wait Prime

How Ferrari missed its big chance to end a painful F1 wait

When Charles Leclerc built a 46-point gap over Max Verstappen after three races of the season, expectation soared in Maranello - only to deflate amid embarrassing capitulation that prompted the departure of team boss Mattia Binotto. Unreliability, strategy errors and driver errors all had their part to play as the team faced an unexpectedly close challenge to hold onto second in the constructors' standings

Vasseur set for Ferrari as Alfa Romeo F1 exit confirmed
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Vasseur set for Ferrari as Alfa Romeo F1 exit confirmed

Alfa Romeo has formally confirmed that team principal Fred Vasseur will leave the Hinwil Formula 1 outfit in January.

Why copying Ferrari/Red Bull F1 sidepods was never on table for Mercedes in 2022

Mercedes said it never considered copying rival sidepod designs this year, despite other Formula 1 teams falling in line with the benchmark Red Bull and Ferrari solutions.

The Abu Dhabi momentum that can propel Leclerc and Ferrari to F1 2023 success

OPINION: Charles Leclerc achieved his target of sealing runner-up in the 2022 world championship with a masterful drive behind Max Verstappen in Abu Dhabi. And that race contained key elements that may help him, and Ferrari, go one better in Formula 1 2023

Binotto "relaxed" about Ferrari F1 future after exit reports

Mattia Binotto says he feels “relaxed” about his future as Ferrari’s Formula 1 team principal in the wake of reports suggesting he could leave in January.

The omen Ferrari hopes to continue by ending its Abu Dhabi jinx

It’s been an unlucky 13 for Ferrari in Abu Dhabi since the first Formula 1 race was held there in 2009. But if the Scuderia can finally win at the Yas Marina Circuit in 2022, then BEN EDWARDS feels this could bode well for even greater success in 2023

Why "impatient" Leclerc is keeping faith in Ferrari for F1 2023 Prime

Why "impatient" Leclerc is keeping faith in Ferrari for F1 2023

Despite strong early results and qualifying dominance this season, Charles Leclerc and Ferrari's Formula 1 title hopes eventually faded away as Max Verstappen and Red Bull sealed the drivers' and constructors' crowns with several races to spare. But Leclerc believes progress has been made in a number of areas, and is upbeat that the Scuderia can compete for honours once more

How Forghieri helped shape Ferrari into world-beaters

Mauro Forghieri, who has died at the age of 87, is widely regarded as one of the key players in the history of Scuderia Ferrari. pays tribute to the influential designer and engineer, who was equally adept at working on chassis and engines.

Leclerc hopes one of Ferrari’s "worst" F1 races in Mexico will be a one off

Charles Leclerc is hopeful Ferrari’s Mexico struggles will prove to be a one-off after calling it “one of the worst races” of its Formula 1 season so far.

The 10 steps Ferrari needs to take to be a real F1 challenger Prime

The 10 steps Ferrari needs to take to be a real F1 challenger

Max Verstappen most likely would have won the 2022 Formula 1 world championship even without Ferrari’s blunders and miscues. The team has much to work on if it’s to mount a challenge in the years ahead

Why Red Bull and Ferrari are eying key set-up changes for Singapore GP

Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz suggest Singapore’s street-circuit setting could force Formula 1’s leading teams into returning to set-up tactics the 2022 car changes had seemingly devalued. 

The surprise biggest indicator of Ferrari's 2022 F1 points downfall Prime

The surprise biggest indicator of Ferrari's 2022 F1 points downfall

Looking back to the early races of 2022 and Ferrari’s challenge to Red Bull and Max Verstappen was going better than many expected. But it has lost so much ground a surprise rival can even pip Charles Leclerc to runner-up in the standings if given the chance

Ferrari: FIA should allow more F1 engines after Monza penalty chaos

Ferrari Formula 1 chief Mattia Binotto believes the FIA needs to consider increasing the power unit allocation per season after almost half the grid took penalties at Monza last week.

Leclerc: Monza F1 pole "a great surprise" after recent struggles Italian GP
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Leclerc: Monza F1 pole "a great surprise" after recent struggles

Charles Leclerc said his pole on Ferrari's home soil at Formula 1's Italian Grand Prix was a "great surprise" after struggling to match Red Bull in previous races.

Ferrari chairman backs Binotto but F1 team "needs to improve"

Ferrari chairman John Elkann has backed Formula 1 team principal Mattia Binotto but urges the Scuderia to improve as "too many mistakes" have been made across the 2022 season.

Leclerc hopes Ferrari can use split F1 strategies to pressure Verstappen

Charles Leclerc hopes Ferrari can “play a little bit” with split strategies to put polesitter Max Verstappen under pressure in today’s Formula 1 Dutch Grand Prix.

Mercedes and McLaren's Zandvoort F1 speed a surprise, admits Ferrari

The strong pace of Mercedes and McLaren at Formula 1’s Dutch Grand Prix has surprised Ferrari duo Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz.

Ferrari: Sensor failure led to Leclerc’s ‘unlucky’ pit lane speeding penalty

Ferrari has revealed a sensor failure resulting from the tear-off that became stuck in Charles Leclerc’s brake duct led to his “unlucky” penalty for Formula 1 pit lane speeding.

Leclerc: No frustration with Ferrari despite late Spa F1 pit stop backfiring

Charles Leclerc says he feels no frustration with Ferrari’s Formula 1 strategists over the decision to pit him late at Spa despite the call backfiring in the last two laps.

FIA clarifies Leclerc back of grid F1 penalty after possible loophole Belgian GP
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FIA clarifies Leclerc back of grid F1 penalty after possible loophole

The FIA has clarified why Charles Leclerc will receive a back of the grid penalty for the Belgian Grand Prix despite a potential loophole in the Formula 1 regulations.

Binotto F1 exclusive: "Each single day" is difficult but Ferrari is united

It’s fair to say that the 2022 Formula 1 season has delivered both the best of times and the worst of times for Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto. 

Ferrari: Idea of F1 team orders discussed more outside than internally

Ferrari says the use of team orders between Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz is “more discussed outside Ferrari than inside Ferrari” as it targets parity with its Formula 1 drivers.

Horner: "Not one ounce" of me wishes Ferrari was putting up better F1 fight
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Horner: "Not one ounce" of me wishes Ferrari was putting up better F1 fight

Red Bull team boss Christian Horner says that there is "not one ounce" of him that wishes Ferrari was putting up a closer fight in the Formula 1 championship battle.

Leclerc: Changes introduced in Austria have transformed F1 season

Charles Leclerc says optimism for the remainder of the Formula 1 season has been boosted by a set-up solution that has been carried forward since it was found after the Austrian Grand Prix sprint race.

The 2018 Vettel rut Leclerc must avoid in F1 2022's title fight

OPINION: With a French Grand Prix crash that hampers Ferrari's Formula 1 title credentials even further, Charles Leclerc revived uncomfortable memories for the Scuderia of Sebastian Vettel's 2018 Hockenheim blunder. Leclerc's immediate reaction was markedly different to the German's, and that must continue to be the case going forward if he is to have any chance of toppling Max Verstappen in 2022.

The F1 floor fence battleground intensifying Ferrari and Red Bull fight

Ferrari and Red Bull are locked in an intense battle both on and off the track this year as they look to drive forward upgrades that will help their Formula 1 championship hopes.

Ferrari defends French GP F1 strategy despite Sainz radio doubts French GP
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Ferrari defends French GP F1 strategy despite Sainz radio doubts

Ferrari has defended its strategy calls in Formula 1’s French Grand Prix, despite radio messages appearing to suggest it was confused about what to do.

Unfair to label Leclerc error prone after France F1 crash, says Binotto French GP
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Unfair to label Leclerc error prone after France F1 crash, says Binotto

Ferrari thinks it unfair to suggest that Charles Leclerc is prone to errors, despite the mistake that cost him a likely victory in Formula 1’s French Grand Prix.

Ferrari brings new F1 floor to French Grand Prix

Ferrari will evaluate a new floor design at Formula 1's French Grand Prix as the Italian outfit bids to up the ante in its fight with Red Bull.

How Ferrari has slashed Red Bull’s F1 top speed advantage

Ferrari might not have been adopting Red Bull’s policy of throwing update after update at its 2022 Formula 1 car, but it has still been making important progress.

Red Bull: No comfort from Ferrari’s F1 reliability problems

Red Bull boss Christian Horner says his team takes little comfort from Ferrari’s ongoing reliability wobbles in Formula 1.

Ferrari: DRS push has wiped out Red Bull’s top speed F1 advantage

Ferrari has faith it has wiped away Red Bull’s DRS advantage to make the top speed differences between their Formula 1 cars ‘negligible’.

Sainz calls for faster F1 fire response after Austrian GP scare

Carlos Sainz hopes marshals will be able to respond more quickly to blazes in the future after suffering a fire scare during Formula 1's Austrian Grand Prix.

Ferrari to run original Prancing Horse logo at Austrian F1 GP

Ferrari is to race with its original Prancing Horse logo for the remainder of Formula 1’s Austrian Grand Prix weekend.

Leclerc: Stricter racing rules for F1 would be "disaster"

Charles Leclerc reckons Formula 1 drivers "played a little bit" with driving conduct rules at the British Grand Prix, but says stricter protocols would be a recipe for disaster.

The low-key F1 upgrades Ferrari brought to the British GP

Ferrari made a number of changes to its F1-75 for Formula 1’s British Grand Prix as it bids to fine-tune a car that has been consistently at the front in pace terms.

Sainz did not want to watch Zhou F1 crash replays

British Grand Prix winner Carlos Sainz has revealed that he chose not to watch replays of Zhou Guanyu’s horrifying Formula 1 crash at Silverstone during Sunday’s red flag break.

Leclerc wants "full view" of Ferrari's Silverstone F1 strategy calls

Charles Leclerc wants to get the “full view” of how the Formula 1 British GP unfolded for Ferrari and why the team made the strategy calls it did.

Sainz "kept believing" he could win British F1 GP

Carlos Sainz says he kept believing he could clinch his maiden grand prix win at Silverstone despite falling behind teammate Charles Leclerc in Formula 1's British Grand Prix.

Ferrari WEC GT drivers prepare for Hypercar era with LMP2 test

Several members of Ferrari's GTE stable in the FIA World Endurance Championship drivers recently took part in a test with an Oreca LMP2 car with a view to preparing them for the forthcoming Hypercar era.

Sainz now able to push without fear of crashing Ferrari F1 car Canadian GP
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Sainz now able to push without fear of crashing Ferrari F1 car

Carlos Sainz says he felt more comfortable in his Ferrari Formula 1 car during a strong Canadian Grand Prix, saying he was finally able to "push flat out without any fear of losing the car".

The F1 wing choice that impacted Sainz top speed in Verstappen battle

Ferrari brought a new specification rear wing to the Canadian Grand Prix, aimed to decreasing drag and increasing top speed – key to its fight with the super-swift Red Bull Formula 1 cars.

Red Bull has "no doubts" Ferrari will hit back after Baku F1 double DNF

Red Bull has "no doubts" that Ferrari will strike back from the current Formula 1 wobbles that have derailed the Italian squad's championship bid.

Ferrari "concerned" after FIA hires former Mercedes F1 executive

Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto has admitted to some concerns over the appointment of a former Mercedes Formula 1 team executive to a senior FIA role.

Binotto: Leclerc enhances ‘myth’ of Ferrari like Gilles Villeneuve

Mattia Binotto believes Charles Leclerc helps to “enhance the myth” of Ferrari in Formula 1 in a similar way to Gilles Villeneuve, one of the Scuderia’s best-loved drivers.

Ferrari F1 stars Leclerc, Sainz to voice roles in Toy Story film Lightyear

Ferrari Formula 1 drivers Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz are voicing a character in the new Disney and Pixar animation film Lightyear, a spin-off from the popular Toy Story franchise.

Ferrari downplays Mercedes' Spanish GP revival

Ferrari thinks people should not get too carried away by the Mercedes recovery at the Spanish Grand Prix, as its Formula 1 rival is still far behind on pace.

Leclerc "can't afford" more F1 DNFs after Spanish GP exit Spanish GP
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Leclerc "can't afford" more F1 DNFs after Spanish GP exit

Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc said his team can't afford many more unforced errors after retiring from a dominant lead in Formula 1's Spanish Grand Prix.

How Schumacher scored his first Ferrari F1 win - 1996 Spanish GP Spanish GP
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How Schumacher scored his first Ferrari F1 win - 1996 Spanish GP

Michael Schumacher’s remarkable career at Ferrari encompassed 72 grands prix wins and five Formula 1 drivers’ titles.

Ferrari’s top secret F1 filming day fuels upgrade intrigue

Ferrari’s lockdown of the Monza circuit in Italy on Friday for a top-secret filming day has fuelled intrigue about its upgrade push for Formula 1’s Spanish Grand Prix.

Sainz: Ferrari F1 car still “surprising” me after heavy Miami crash

Carlos Sainz says the Ferrari F1-75 is still “surprising” him after his nightmare recent run continued at the Formula 1 Miami GP.

FIA probing Ferrari F1 car spec amid tyre test questions

The FIA is seeking clarity from Ferrari about the specification of Formula 1 car parts it ran at the recent Imola tyre test, following legality questions from rival teams.

Leclerc confident Imola F1 error will not happen again

Ferrari Formula 1 driver Charles Leclerc insists there will be no repeat of the kind of error that cost him a podium finish in last weekend’s Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.

Leclerc "paid the price for being too greedy" with Imola F1 spin

Ferrari Formula 1 driver Charles Leclerc says he "paid the price" for being "too greedy" after letting an Imola podium slip away with a late spin.

Binotto: Sainz has to manage pressure of racing front-running F1 car

Ferrari Formula 1 team boss Mattia Binotto concedes that Carlos Sainz has to learn to manage the pressure of having a front-running car for the first time.

Unhappy Leclerc rues run choices in Imola F1 qualifying

Formula 1 world championship leader Charles Leclerc says the wrong run plan choice for qualifying at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix left him unhappy to be beaten to pole position.

Why Ferrari has stayed in front despite its no F1 upgrades approach
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Why Ferrari has stayed in front despite its no F1 upgrades approach

The Ferrari F1-75 looked fast from the first day of 2022 Formula 1 testing at Barcelona in February, and that pace has remained through the first three race weekends.