Ferrari has followed a popular design trend with its new nose for this weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix, at a track where the team suspects it could struggle.
Ferrari have denied reports claiming the team discovered an aerodynamic correlation problem which is behind their disappointing start to the 2019 season.
Ferrari have confirmed they will not appeal against Vettel’s Canada penalty, however, the team could pursue another way to protest the decision.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto said Sebastian Vettel was the “moral winner” of the Canadian Grand Prix after a penalty relegated him to second.
By letting Ferrari keep its power of veto over F1’s rules, Liberty Media is ensuring the playing field remains slanted against their rival teams.
Sebastian Vettel has responded to his critics after suffering his fourth spin in 10 races during the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel’s full team radio messages from Q2 reveal how Ferrari turned down his repeated requests for a second run on ultra-soft tyres.
Ferrari has dropped Kimi Raikkonen for the second time in his career. Was the time right for him to go – or has their last champion been hard done by?
Sebastian Vettel hopes Ferrari’s Formula 1 resurgence increases Monza’s chance of staying on the calendar.
Ferrari and its Formula 1 customer teams Haas and Sauber will run black stripes on their cars during the Hungarian Grand Prix in tribute to Sergio Marchionne.
Sergio Marchionne, the former chairman and CEO of Ferrari who was replaced last week due to ill health, has died at the age of 66.
Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene praised Sebastian Vettel’s drive to victory in the British Grand Prix following his neck trouble during the race weekend.
Ferrari’s Halo-mounted wing mirrors are set to be banned today because the FIA does not approve of the way they are attached to the car.
Ferrari’s controversial Halo-mounted wing mirrors have not been banned for future races, contrary to reports.
Ferrari enjoyed its most successful championship campaign since 2010 last year but has gone almost 10 years without winning a title.
Ferrari have revealed their new car for the 2018 F1 season.
Why is Ferrari the only team with the right to veto changes to the F1 rules? Here’s the background on how and when it obtained this unique power.
Discussions with Ferrari over their future in F1 will include the controversial issue of their power to veto F1 rules changes, FIA president Jean Todt has confirmed.
Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne has given the strongest indication yet the Italian manufacturer is planning to build an electric supercar.
Was Ferrari’s season a success or a disappointment? It was certainly the best of any team other than Mercedes since the current engine rules arrived.