Maurizio Arrivabene says Ferrari’s decision to veto a deal to reduce the price of F1 engines was motivated by business needs.
Ferrari used its veto privilege to prevent a reduction in the price of engines, the FIA has revealed.
Kimi Raikkonen doesn’t expect Ferrari will be more competitive at Sochi because of the switch to softer rubber for this year’s race.
Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne says his team’s Singapore Grand Prix victory proves they are on the way back to being a dominant force in Formula One.
Sebastian Vettel revealed he drove half of the Singapore Grand Prix without a drink bottle but otherwise enjoyed a “perfect weekend” on his way to victory.
Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene says the team is not involved in discussions over the future of the Italian Grand Prix.
F1’s longest-running team reached a milestone at the Belgian Grand Prix: Ferrari started their 900th race.
Kimi Raikkonen has been given a five-place penalty for the Belgian Grand Prix after his Ferrari team changed his gearbox before it had completed six consecutive races.
Kimi Raikkonen said his elimination in the first stage of qualifying in Austria was down to being him joining the track too late and not getting the information he needed from the Ferrari pit wall.
Ferrari’s power unit director Mattia Binotto believes the team’s performance deficit to Mercedes is smaller than it has ever been since it introduced its revised engine in Canada.
Sebastian Vettel has been docked five places on the grid for failing to obey a red flag during final practice.
Following his poor result in qualifying Kimi Raikkonen revealed one of his sets of the softer medium compound tyre was damaged by a tyre warmer
Fernando Alonso says he is not surprised by Ferrari’s strong start to the season despite having left the team at the end of last year.
Kimi Raikkonen said he is unsure what went wrong with his final lap in Q3 after being out-qualified by the two Williams drivers.
Sebastian Vettel says Ferrari’s victory in today’s Malaysian Grand Prix was down to them being quicker on the day.
Ferrari believe they will be able to reduce their deficit to Mercedes at the second race of the season in Malaysia this weekend.
Kimi Raikkonen and Ferrari will not face action from the stewards after he was released from the pits before his left-rear wheel had been fully attached.
Kimi Raikkonen said his Ferrari’s engine went into anti-stall mode at the start of a race after being hit by a rival – but doesn’t think it was his team mate.
Both Ferrari drivers believe they could have beaten Felipe Massa to third place in qualifying for the Australian Grand Prix.
“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.”