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.
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.
Ferrari has emerged “stronger” from its experience of losing a strong chance of victory in the Monaco Grand Prix two weeks ago, according to sporting director Laurent Mekies.
Two days before Charles Leclerc failed to start the Monaco Grand Prix, Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto spoke exclusively to RaceFans.
Charles Leclerc was unable to start the Monaco Grand Prix after encountering problems with his repaired car on his reconnaissance lap before the race began.
Ferrari will not take a gamble with Charles Leclerc’s gearbox following his crash in qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix, team principal Mattia Binotto has said.
Max Verstappen was convinced he was quick enough to take pole position after being unable to complete his final flying lap in qualifying.
Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas were impressed by Ferrari’s pace after their rivals ended Thursday practice fastest in Monaco.
Formula 1 has not devalued one of its most famous races by awarding less points for it than other rounds of the championship, Charles Leclerc says.
Ferrari’s Spanish Grand Prix performance bodes well for the rest of their 2021 campaign, says team principal Mattia Binotto.
While Ferrari were quicker over a lap than McLaren or Alpine last weekend, Carlos Sainz Jnr says their top speed remains a weakness.
Carlos Sainz Jnr admitted he was upset with his first point-less finish for Ferrari in a race where he believes a top five result was possible.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto says he was relieved to see how much quicker Ferrari were in Bahrain, where they had been “very slow” last year.
What’s behind Ferrari’s decision to end its 50-year absence from top-level sports car racing – and why it hasn’t closed the door on a move into IndyCar.
Ferrari has presented Charles Leclerc with the very chassis he used to score the first, and so far only, grand prix victories of his career.