Ferrari articles on F1 Fanatic archive

Raikkonen & Vettel say Ferrari could have taken third 14th March 2015, 10:22

Both Ferrari drivers believe they could have beaten Felipe Massa to third place in qualifying for the Australian Grand Prix.

Ferrari’s influence not in decline – Arrivabene 13th March 2015, 13:03

“I would like to see how many people would be at the race without the Ferrari team competing and this is part of the political role.”

Vettel sees “massive step forward” at Ferrari 5th March 2015, 11:20

There were encouraging signs from Ferrari in pre-season testing, and Sebastian Vettel believes they have made great gains with their new car.

“I was sleeping a bit” – Vettel explains his spin 21st February 2015, 20:09

Sebastian Vettel accepted the blame for his spin at the beginning of today’s test session, saying he was “sleeping”.

Ferrari unveils its vision of future F1 car design 17th February 2015, 9:42

Ferrari has revealed a striking vision for how the future of Formula One car design could look.

Raikkonen: Ferrari’s top times “doesn’t mean much” 4th February 2015, 17:38

Ferrari have led three of the first four days of testing at Jerez but Kimi Raikkonen says it “doesn’t mean much” at this stage.

New Ferrari ‘a completely different story’ – Raikkonen 3rd February 2015, 16:56

Kimi Raikkonen was pleased with his first day of running at the wheel of the new Ferrari at Jerez.

Ferrari counting on tokens to cut gap to Mercedes 30th January 2015, 14:09

Ferrari admit it will be difficult for them to reduce their performance deficit to Mercedes from the first race of 2015, but expect to get closer as the season progresses.

Arrivabene targets two wins for Ferrari in 2015

New Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene has set a goal of winning two races this year with its new car, the SF-15T, which was launched today.

First pictures and video: Ferrari SF-15T revealed

The first pictures of the Ferrari SF-14T, which will be driven by Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen, have appeared.

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