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Ferrari didn’t go far enough in their efforts to use Charles Leclerc to hold up George Russell, says Red Bull team principal Christian Horner.
Ferrari chairman John Elkann says the FIA needs to apply Formula 1’s rules with greater clarity following the controversies seen in recent seasons.
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Ferrari will seek compensation for the damage done to Carlos Sainz Jnr’s car when he struck a loose water valve cover during first practice for the Las Vegas Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc says he didn’t get the best out of his car in qualifying for the Las Vegas Grand Prix, despite taking pole position for the race.
Charles Leclerc secured pole position for the first Las Vegas Grand Prix but Carlos Sainz Jnr’s penalty will promote Max Verstappen to second place.
Ferrari set the pace in a disrupted first day of running in Las Vegas, but Carlos Sainz Jnr’s penalty will leave them feeling snakebit.
Charles Leclerc headed an extended second practice session in Las Vegas ahead of Ferrari team mate Carlos Sainz Jnr in second.
The Las Vegas Grand Prix stewards say they do not have the power to accept a request from Ferrari not to give Carlos Sainz Jnr a 10-place grid penalty.
Ferrari team principal Frederic Vasseur vehemently criticised Formula 1’s preparation for the Las Vegas Grand Prix after a loose drain cover damaged one of their cars.
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Ferrari has revealed the special “red-and-white only” livery it will use at next week’s Las Vegas Grand Prix.
Ferrari team principal Frederic Vasseur said it was not possible for Charles Leclerc to continue after a fault sent him spinning into a barrier during the formation lap.
Charles Leclerc refused to obey one of Ferrari’s 17 instructions to “lift off” during the race after they made a mistake with their cooling set-up.
The Ferrari drivers compromised their starting positions for today’s sprint race in order to improve their chances in the grand prix.
Ferrari team principal Frederic Vasseur said the location of their garage in the Interlagos pit lane made life more difficult for them in qualifying.
Lewis Hamilton says his Mercedes team are working flat out to ensure they finish ahead of Ferrari in the constructors’ championship.
Ferrari team principal Frederic Vasseur says they need to improve the consistency of their performance across different tyre compounds after the Mexican Grand Prix.
Carlos Sainz Jnr says Ferrari must improve their starts after their cars’ poor getaways cost them the advantage of their front row lock-out in the Mexican Grand Prix.