Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto says Charles Leclerc’s speed makes him a tough benchmark “even if you are a four-time world champion”.
Charles Leclerc says he is prepared to be patient following Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto’s admission the team’s recovery could take “many years”.
Charles Leclerc has explained how he managed to drive two laps in the Spanish Grand Prix with his seat belts disconnected.
Pierre Gasly says returning to Spa-Francorchamps for this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix will be a “sad moment” following the crash which claimed the life of Anthoine Hubert 12 months ago.
How did F1 rank its top 20 ‘fastest drivers’? Should Heikki Kovalainen be ahead of Sebastian Vettel? Did they take different fuel loads into account? F1 chiefs Ross Brawn and Rob Smedley explain.
A fourth-place finish was on the cards for Charles Leclerc before an electrical problems forced him out, according to Ferrari.
Charles Leclerc revealed he drove two laps during the Spanish Grand Prix with his seatbelts “off” before retiring from the race.
The Ferrari drivers say the FIA’s planned ban on high-performance qualifying engine modes won’t affect them but could present problems for their rivals.
Ferrari says it did not ‘sacrifice’ Sebastian Vettel’s race at Silverstone yesterday to help Charles Leclerc complete the race with a single pit stop.
Charles Leclerc says he persuaded Ferrari to gamble on a one-stop tyre strategy despite their concerns over potential tyre failures, which paid off with fourth place.
Charles Leclerc has explained his furious response to attacks on social media over racism, while Kevin Magnussen revealed why he decided to stop ‘taking a knee’.
Ferrari is trying to correct “structural weaknesses” which have been part of its F1 cars for a decade, says its chairman, who expects a “long path” to recovery.
Team radio messages show Charles Leclerc tried to continue racing despite losing 100 points of downforce after colliding with Sebastian Vettel on the first lap of the Styrian Grand Prix.
Should Charles Leclerc have been penalised for crashing into Sebastian Vettel? Or do collisions between team mates not deserve penalties?
Ferrari will be referred to the stewards if they commit any further breaches of Covid-19 protocols after Charles Leclerc was warned for leaving his ‘bubble’ between races.
Former Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen doubts the team will give preferential treatment to Charles Leclerc because Sebastian Vettel is to leave them at the end of the year.
Ferrari CEO Louis Camilleri said the team needs to “improve on all fronts” following their disappointing start to the season in Austria last weekend.
Charles Leclerc said his drive to second place in yesterday’s Austrian Grand Prix was one of the best performances of his F1 career so far.
Ferrari’s car is lacking performance in several areas, Sebastian Vettel said after the first day of practice for the 2020 F1 season.
Formula 1 drivers have responded to Lewis Hamilton’s call for the sport’s stars to condemn racial injustice following the death of George Floyd.