Ferrari believe the performance deficit they had to the Red Bull cars earlier in the season has been effectively neutralised by a rear wing update.
Carlos Sainz Jnr says the marshalling reaction to his engine fire during Sunday’s Austrian Grand Prix needed to be faster.
Charles Leclerc says the fight between him and his team mate in the Austrian Grand Prix sprint qualifying race compromised his attempts to fight for the lead.
Mercedes and Ferrari deny they are holding up approval of Formula 1’s new regulations for 2026 in order to disadvantage potential new rivals Porsche and Audi.
Charles Leclerc said he needs a clean weekend, following a run of bad luck, after qualifying on the front row in Austria.
Carlos Sainz Jnr says Ferrari accepted his call for them to “stop inventing” instructions on the radio during the British Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc says Ferrari have made changes in reaction to the team’s handling of the Safety Car period at the British Grand Prix, where he lost a shot at victory.
The FIA’s technical directive aimed at addressing Formula 1’s porpoising problem was not enforceable, Ferrari believe.
F1’s race director must take “sharper decisions” say Ferrari, who believe the Safety Car was deployed too late during the Canadian Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc will take a grid penalty at this weekend’s Canadian Grand Prix after his team opted to change another power unit part on his car.
Charles Leclerc is preparing to take a grid penalty in one of the coming races after Ferrari confirmed the power unit which failed in his car during the Azerbaijan Grand Prix cannot be repaired.
Ferrari’s head of strategy believes Charles Leclerc was heading to a comfortable win in Azerbaijan before his power unit failed.
Carlos Sainz Jnr admitted it felt “extremely frustrating” to have dropped out of another race in the early stages due to his hydraulic failure in Baku.
Seven Formula 1 teams have brought updates for their cars at this weekend’s Azerbaijan Grand Prix, mostly aimed at improving their top speed.
Ferrari’s frustration at the time their drivers lost lapping the Williams cars was heightened by the €25,000 fine they received for impeding in practice.
Charles Leclerc’s radio from the Monaco Grand Prix showed he had agreed a switch to intermediates would be “much quicker”, even if he later criticised the call.
Charles Leclerc says he was on course to improve his pole-winning lap time in qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix before crashes ended the session
Charles Leclerc said Ferrari cannot afford more repeats of the failure which cost him a potential victory in the Spanish Grand Prix.
Ferrari will bring track-specific new parts to next week’s race in Miami followed by a more significant upgrade afterwards.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner expects the balance of power between his team and Ferrari will be “swings and roundabouts” throughout the 2022 season.