Carlos Sainz Jnr has become the fourth driver on the grid to have his final penalty-free engine change before the halfway mark in the season.
Carlos Sainz Jnr says Formula 1’s remarkable improvement in lap times at the Hungaroring shows why Ferrari are less well-suited to the track.
Ferrari’s racing director Laurent Mekies says F1’s radical rules changes for 2022 have the potential to change the grid order.
Carlos Sainz Jnr is convinced he had the pace to finish on the podium in the British Grand Prix but for his two setbacks over the race weekend.
The controversial collision between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen on the first lap of yesterday’s British Grand Prix was deemed a racing incident by several of their rivals.
Charles Leclerc says Ferrari have not solved the tyre problems behind their dire performance in France, despite yesterday’s strong British Grand Prix performance.
Out of all the Formula 1 drivers who changed teams for 2021, Carlos Sainz Jnr has adapted most successfully, as two races in Austria demonstrated.
Fernando Alonso says he lost out at the start of the race for the second weekend in a row because he obeyed track limits.
Max Verstappen dominated the Austrian Grand Prix as Lando Norris, rather than Sergio Perez, proved the biggest obstacle to Mercedes.
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Charles Leclerc has become one of the first Formula 1 drivers to sample his team’s planned car for next year’s radically changed technical regulations.
Carlos Sainz Jnr expressed his gratitude for the “teamwork” between Ferrari and Mercedes after he was able to unlap himself from Lewis Hamilton during the Styrian Grand Prix.
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After qualifying seventh, Charles Leclerc said Ferrari are losing pace to their rivals when they open DRS.
Ferrari has mobilised its resources to get to the bottom of the surprise tyre problems which left it point-less in the French Grand Prix, says Carlos Sainz Jnr.
Why Ferrari’s dramatic drop down the field in the French Grand Prix was something they could not prevent – and may recur in future races.
Charles Leclerc admitted he was at a loss to understand the tyre degradation which led him to finish 16th in the French Grand Prix.
Ferrari achieved its surprise pole positions in Baku and Monaco by understanding how to get the best out of Pirelli’s softest tyres, says Carlos Sainz Jnr.
Ferrari sponsor and Marlboro cigarette manufacturer Philip Morris has pulled the logos of its controversial Mission Winnow programme from the team’s cars, citing “mistrust and an abundance of scepticism towards our industry.”
Ferrari’s decision to hire its new CEO from the tech industry sends a clear message about its future priorities.