Lewis Hamilton says his choice to leave Mercedes to race for Ferrari will allow him to he could fulfil a childhood dream.
Mercedes’ team principal Toto Wolff knew the lure of Ferrari would be strong for Lewis Hamilton once their winning run ended.
Carlos Sainz Jnr has confirmed the upcoming season will be his last as a Ferrari driver.
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Seven-times world champion Lewis Hamilton will leave Mercedes at the end of this year and join Ferrari for the 2025 season.
Ferrari Driver Academy member and reserve driver Oliver Bearman will take up an active role at its customer team Haas during 2024.
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Oliver Bearman has become a Ferrari reserve driver, while Arthur Leclerc has been named a development driver and will make his F1 test debut next week.
Charles Leclerc will remain as a Ferrari driver for “several” more seasons after he signed a contract extension with his current team.
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Ferrari made gains at the end of Frederic Vasseur’s first season in charge, but he wants the team to approach races more like Red Bull.
The only Ferrari Driver Academy member to win a championship this year will not be part of its programme in 2024, as James Wharton and Arthur Leclerc depart.
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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.