Ferrari articles on F1 Fanatic archive

Alonso and Raikkonen concerned over Ferrari pace 16th March 2014, 9:14

Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen say Ferrari must raise their game after a disappointing start to the season in Australia.

Alonso cleared of impeding Gutierrez 15th March 2014, 16:09

Fernando Alonso will start the Australian Grand Prix where he qualified after the stewards found he did not impede a rival during qualifying.

Crash not to blame for Q2 exit – Raikkonen

Kimi Raikkonen says he wouldn’t have made it into Q3 even if he hadn’t crashed in the final moments of Q2.

Montezemolo urges FIA to prevent rules “trickery” 13th March 2014, 15:39

Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has urged Formula One’s governing body to ensure teams do not exploit any “grey areas” in the new rules.

Raikkonen expects “wide open” start to season 6th March 2014, 13:03

Kimi Raikkonen predicts the first race of the year will be “wide open” despite Mercedes seeming to have the upper hand in pre-season testing.

Ferrari raise their game with “two roosters” in team

Kimi Raikkonen has returned to Ferrari to join Fernando Alonso. The contest between the two will be fascinating but will it return Ferrari to championship-winning ways?

Mercedes and Williams “out in front” – Domenicali 2nd March 2014, 20:11

Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali names Mercedes and Williams as the two teams who are setting the pace in 2014 so far – but believes his team could be next behind them.

Ferrari to run closer to race pace at final test 24th February 2014, 9:28

Ferrari will get closer to the true potential of their F14 T in the final four-day test in Bahrain this week, according to technical director James Allison.

Ferrari not chasing performance yet 20th February 2014, 8:36

Accumulating mileage with the F14 T remains Ferrari’s priority for testing rather than chasing lap time improvements, according to deputy chief designer Simone Resta.

Coming second “a tragedy” for Ferrari – Montezemolo 19th February 2014, 9:19

Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has urged his team to return to winning ways this year, describing it as a “tragedy” for them to finish second.