The FIA’s decision to delay its report on teams’ compliance with the budget cap in 2021 suggests someone has breached the rules, says Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto.
Carlos Sainz Jnr admitted he was disappointed to narrowly miss out on pole position again at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc says he is confident that he will get a better start at this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix after losing the lead off the line in Singapore.
Carlos Sainz Jnr says Ferrari’s improved form in the last race at Monza shows the team is heading in the right direction, despite its dip in competitiveness after Formula 1’s summer break.
Ferrari’s Russian junior driver Robert Shwartzman will make his debut in a official Formula 1 practice session next month, under an Israeli licence.
The mistakes which blighted Ferrari’s season must be avoided over the final races, says team principal Mattia Binotto, following chairman John Elkann’s comments.
Ferrari will bring a special, low-downforce rear wing for their home race at Monza this weekend as they aim to halt Max Verstappen’s run of four consecutive wins.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto came to the defence of his squad after Nico Rosberg slated their strategy and pit stops.
Carlos Sainz Jnr said he “thought I had saved someone’s life” in the pit lane incident which earned him a five-second time penalty.
Charles Leclerc wants Formula 1 to enforce its rule forbidding drivers from dropping visor tear-offs onto the track after collecting one of Max Verstappen’s at Spa.
Ferrari say championship rivals Red Bull were “on another level” of performance at Spa, and are concerned it could be the shape of things to come.
Charles Leclerc took responsibility for the five-second time penalty which dropped him from fifth place to sixth at the end of the Belgian Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc is concerned the sudden performance advantage Red Bull demonstrated in qualifying today could be the shape of things to come.
Haas has accepted a request by its engine supplier Ferrari to run Antonio Giovinazzi in two practice sessions this year.
Radio messages between Charles Leclerc and Ferrari in Hungary show the team realised the hard tyres weren’t competitive but felt they had to use them.
Charles Leclerc had a 46-point lead over Max Verstappen 10 races ago. He now trails him by 80 points. How has it all gone so badly wrong for Ferrari?
Max Verstappen is convinced Ferrari’s tyre strategy cost them victory in the Hungarian Grand Prix, after passing Charles Leclerc to win from 10th on the grid.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto says a lack of performance from the car, not their switch to hard tyres, cost the team victory in Hungary.
Max Verstappen expects tougher competition from Red Bull’s rivals Ferrari this weekend due to the layout of the Hungaroring.
Charles Leclerc took responsibility for the crash which put him out of the French Grand Prix while he was leading.