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Ferrari upgrades have worked – Alonso 7th June 2014, 21:34
Fernando Alonso believes Ferrari’s upgrade package for the Canadian Grand Prix has paid off, despite the team recording its second-worst qualifying performance of the year.
Vettel drives Berger’s 1988 Ferrari in Austria 6th June 2014, 18:05
Sebastian Vettel got behind the wheel of a 1988 Ferrari F1 car at the Red Bull Ring in Austria, scene of the next round of the world championship.
Ferrari’s next upgrade can’t come too soon for Alonso 1st June 2014, 11:00
Fernando Alonso was quietly impressive in Monaco, but as Ferrari have fallen short at the start of the season again their next engine upgrade could prove pivotal.
Ferrari vow to be “a good step faster” in Canada 26th May 2014, 20:55
Ferrari say they will make a significant step forwards with their car at the next race in Canada.
Montezemolo heaps praise on “best driver” Alonso 22nd May 2014, 11:25
Luca di Montezemolo has responded to speculation about Fernando Alonso’s future by lavishing praise on his driver.
Ferrari making gains with F14 T – Raikkonen 20th May 2014, 14:55
Kimi Raikkonen believes Ferrari are heading in the right direction with the development of their F14 T following last week’s test at the Circuit de Catalunya.
Alonso not surprised Ferrari were lapped by Mercedes 11th May 2014, 16:34
Fernando Alonso says it was no great surprise for Ferrari to be lapped by Mercedes during the Spanish Grand Prix.
“No more excuses” for Ferrari – Montezemolo 9th May 2014, 21:04
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo says his team have “no more excuses” and does not want this season to be seen as another year of transition.
Senna ‘wanted to drive for Ferrari’ – Montezemolo 30th April 2014, 14:21
Ayrton Senna would have joined Ferrari for the final years of his Formula One career, the team’s president Luca di Montezemolo has claimed.
Lack of titles put Domenicali under pressure – Alonso 17th April 2014, 8:53
Ferrari’s failure to win any championships in the last five seasons combined with the pressure of leading the team led Stefano Domenicali to resign as Ferrari team principal, Fernando Alonso believes.