Sebastian Vettel has revealed Ferrari are about to face a crucial few weeks, with the team needing to establish how to further develop the SF90...
Ferrari is both the oldest and most successful team in the history of Formula 1. Since the start of Formula 1 in 1950, the Italian racing team has completed every single season. In total, the 'prancing horse' harvested 15 drivers, titles and 16 constructors' titles. Early 2000, they dominated Formula 1 with Michael Schumacher. The German driver won five world titles in a row for the Maranello-based outfit. The Finn Kimi Raikkonen won Ferrari's last title back in 2007.
|Team Name||Scuderia Ferrari|
|Team Leader||Maurizio Arrivabene|
|Technical Leader||Mattia Binoto|
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Vettel rules out post-F1 Formula E for career now
Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel has ruled out participating in Formula E after his career in Formula 1 for now, as the four-time champion feels...
Leclerc fully focused on racing and not popularity
Charles Leclerc has insisted he’s not focused on the boost his profile has received since joining Ferrari from Sauber, instead, he’s...
Berger: Ferrari could overload Binotto with responsibility
According to former Ferrari driver Gerhard Berger, the Italian team cannot afford to overload the responsibility on its team boss Mattia Binotto.
Ferrari can see Michael's "traits" in Mick Schumacher
Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto has revealed the Maranello team can see glimpses of seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher in his son, Mick Schumacher.
Binotto looking to "unlock" Ferrari's "very strong" potential
Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto believes the Italian side still have a "very strong" potential that needs to be unlocked, and it is possible...
Ferrari yet to be a "fair match" for Mercedes
Sebastian Vettel believes Ferrari are yet to be a "fair match" for Mercedes but insisted the car is getting there, as the team look to break...
Rosberg: Leclerc deserves better at Ferrari
2016 Formula 1 world champion Nico Rosberg believes that Charles Leclerc deserved more time at Ferrari before the team imposed team orders on him.
Ferrari "don't think there is much on the straights" between them and Mercedes
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has played down the difference on the Baku straights between themselves and rivals Mercedes, as Binotto...
Gerhard Berger: Sebastian Vettel put himself in the wrong position
Gerhard Berger insists Sebastian Vettel was wrong to ask Ferrari to let him through. During the Chinese Grand Prix, Ferrari ordered Charles Leclerc...
Gerhard Berger: Ferrari "got it wrong" by favouring Vettel in 2019
Gerhard Berger says Ferrari has "got it wrong" by giving Sebastian Vettel the advantage in the first three races of the 2019 Formula 1 season....
Mattia Binotto admits it was "difficult" to give team orders in China
Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto has admitted that the decision to tell Charles Leclerc to let Sebastian Vettel past during the Chinese Grand Prix...
Formula E boss Alejandro Agaghe believes there could be cooperation with F1
There has been an ever-present tension between Formula 1 and Formula E with many racing fans enjoying both of the racing series. Bernie Ecclestone...
Vettel rejects retirement talk and says "I'm on top of my game"
It was recently reported that Bernie Ecclestone said that he would not be surprised to see Sebastian Vettel retire from the sport in the near...
Reliability concerns over control electronics forced Ferrari into sudden changes
All Ferrari-powered teams were forced into last-minute changes over reliability concerns ahead of the Chinese Grand Prix. The changes were made...
Watch: Are Ferrari heading towards a 2007 Hamilton/Alonso scenario?
Marc Priestley identifies similarities to McLaren's 2007 season with Ferrari this year. Priestley, who was a part of the McLaren team in 2007...
Hakkinen: Mercedes will dominate until other teams eliminate their mistakes
Two-time Formula 1 world champion Mika Hakkinen believes that Mercedes will continue to dominate F1 until its rivals eliminate their mistakes.
Ferrari needs to be careful with team orders - Brawn
F1 motorsport director and former Ferrari technical director Ross Brawn believes Ferrari must carefully manage the situation between Sebastian...
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