After Ferrari led the times on Friday, Charles Leclerc said he is hoping there will be no “bad surprises” and Carlos Sainz Jnr is wary of Red Bull’s pace.
Carlos Sainz Jnr set the fastest time just ahead of team mate Charles Leclerc in the second practice session for the Singapore Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc led team mate Carlos Sainz Jnr in opening practice for the Singapore Grand Prix despite a lizard disrupting proceedings.
Ferrari drivers Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz Jnr both say they hope to be the closest team to Red Bull in Singapore this weekend.
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Once Carlos Sainz Jnr lost the lead on the 15th lap of the Italian Grand Prix, it was always unlikely Ferrari were going to be able to get it back.
Ferrari insist it was not a purely “sentimental” decision to bring a bespoke update for their car to their home race at Monza.
Ferrari should not be trailing Aston Martin in the constructors championship given how competitive their car is, says Fernando Alonso.
Max Verstappen said Ferrari’s pole position for the Italian Grand Prix came as no surprise to him given the differences between their cars.
Carlos Sainz Jnr kept his pole position for the Italian Grand Prix after the stewards ruled he had not driven “unnecessarily slowly” early in the session.
Carlos Sainz Jnr sent the Tifosi into rapture at Monza by pipping Max Verstappen to pole position for the Italian Grand Prix.
Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz Jnr set the pace in final practice for the Italian Grand Prix despite making contact with McLaren’s Oscar Piastri.
Carlos Sainz Jnr gave the Tifosi reason to be cheerful on Friday in Monza, but Red Bull were clearly not pushing to their limits.
Ferrari will celebrate their 2023 Le Mans 24 Hours victory with a special livery for this weekend’s Italian Grand Prix, their home F1 race.
Carlos Sainz Jnr said his fifth place in the Dutch Grand Prix was one of his best drives this year as most of Ferrari’s rivals were quicker than them.
Ferrari and driver Carlos Sainz Jnr received minor punishments after the driver clashed with Oscar Piastri in qualifying at Zandvoort.
Charles Leclerc admitted he has “zero idea” how his Ferrari is going to handle from corner to corner after crashing in qualifying for the Dutch Grand Prix.
Ferrari’s head of chassis says he does not share driver Carlos Sainz Jnr’s view that the team do not understand the limitations of their car.
There is a big gap in the standings between Ferrari in fourth and Mercedes in second, but the former feel they can be F1’s second fastest team.
Ferrari’s Frederic Vasseur said it would be “strange” if the outcome of the 2008 championship was revisited in response to a claim made by its ex-driver Felipe Massa.