Ferrari hoping to fast-track F1 upgrades for second race
In a bid to improve its performance, Ferrari will introduce some of the upgrades it intended to bring to the Hungarian Grand Prix at Formula One's second race in Austria this weekend instead.
Pandemic sealed Vettel's departure, says Ferrari boss
Sebastian Vettel was Ferrari's first choice to stay and partner Charles Leclerc in Formula One next year until the COVID-19 pandemic changed everything, team principal Mattia Binotto said on Friday.
Leclerc 99% sure Ferrari will be worse than in 2019
Charles Leclerc has downplayed Ferrari's chances of challenging for the Formula One title in 2020, saying he is all but certain its current car is a step down on its predecessor.
Vettel expects tight margins at Austria double-header
Sebastian Vettel believes the back-to-back races in Austria at the start of the Formula One season will be decided on slim margins and his Ferrari team will need to fine-tune their racing strategy to remain competitive over two weeks.
Vettel: Racing without fans will not be the same
Sebastian Vettel speaks about preparing for the new F1 schedule and the difference of racing without fans.
Vettel, Leclerc test for Ferrari at Mugello
Ferrari drivers Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc put a Formula One car through its paces for the first time since preseason at a test at Mugello on Tuesday.
Leclerc drives Ferrari F1 car through Maranello streets
Charles Leclerc kicked off Ferrari's preparations for the return of Formula One by driving its 2020 car through the streets of Maranello, Italy.
Wolff: You can't just turn Vettel down immediately
Toto Wolff explains why he's keeping Mercedes' options open with Sebastian Vettel set to leave Ferrari.
Ferrari confirms Sainz will replace Vettel in 2021
Ferrari has confirmed Spanish driver Carlos Sainz will replace Sebastian Vettel in 2021.
Ferrari reveals details of low-cost Covid-19 ventilator
Ferrari has released images of the ventilator it has produced with the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT) that can be built from scratch in five weeks to help Covid-19 patients.
Verstappen tips Sainz over Ricciardo for Ferrari seat
Red Bull's Max Verstappen reckons Spaniard Carlos Sainz is more likely to replace Sebastian Vettel at Ferrari next year than Daniel Ricciardo.
What is Sebastian Vettel's next move in F1?
Laurence Edmondson and Nate Saunders debate what is next for Vettel and who could replace him at Ferrari.
Albon, Leclerc show great sportsmanship in epic virtual GP battle
Alexander Albon and Charles Leclerc go wheel-to-wheel in a virtual GP that the Red Bull driver goes on to win.
'It was my biggest regret' - Why Stirling Moss never drove for Ferrari
The late Stirling Moss never drove for Ferrari, something which can be traced to a grudge he formed as a 20-year-old at the start of his career. Here's the story of why he never drove for racing's most famous team.
The best and worst of F1's second Virtual GP
Charles Leclerc is great at racing, but it turns out he's not so great with modern technology -- a roundup of the standout moments from F1's second esports weekend.
Tracing the roots of Enzo Ferrari
A trip down Enzo Ferrari lane
Laurence Edmondson goes on a journey through Enzo Ferrari's founding Modena locations.
The FIA-Ferrari engine row explained
Laurence Edmondson summarises Ferrari's power unit battle with the FIA on The ESPN F1 Podcast.
Rival teams threaten legal action over Ferrari-FIA engine settlement
Seven of Formula One's 10 teams have questioned the FIA's integrity and transparency after the sport's governing body struck a confidential agreement with Ferrari following an investigation into the Italian team's power unit.
Ferrari: Vettel ahead of Hamilton for 2021 seat
Sebastian Vettel is the first choice for a 2021 seat ahead of Lewis Hamilton, Ferrari say.
Leclerc's extension shows how he reshaped Ferrari in 2019
Charles Leclerc joined Ferrari as No.2 driver but has always established himself as Sebastian Vettel's equal, evidenced in Ferrari's decision to extend his contract until 2024.
Ferrari: We proved our power unit was legal
After a series of FIA checks, rule clarifications and accusations from rival teams, Ferrari is confident it has proved its power unit was legal in 2019.
Ferrari would oppose Wolff becoming F1 CEO
Ferrari says it would attempt to block any move to replace Formula One's CEO, Chase Carey, with Mercedes current team boss Toto Wolff.
What went wrong for Ferrari in 2019?
2019 started with the promise of Ferrari's first F1 championship in over a decade but developed into one of the team's most frustrating seasons in recent memory. Laurence Edmondson looks at the long list of things that went wrong.
Hamilton to Ferrari - could it really happen?
It would be box office for F1, but for Lewis Hamilton to join Ferrari in 2021, the six-time world champion would need to end a lifelong affiliation with Mercedes that runs deeper than you might think.
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