Ferrari F1

Alpine CEO ‘Would Not Let Anyone Say’ Sainz Is Better Than Ocon

Alpine CEO Laurent Rossi has admitted that Esteban Ocon is not “guaranteed World Champion material”, but he believes he is at least on par with Ferrari driver Carlos Sainz. Speaking to BBC Sport this week, Rossi said he considers Ocon to be a “really good” driver and said that “signing him is basically taking almost


Binotto Reveals If Ferrari Have Made Any Changes To SF21 Since Bahrain

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has said that the Maranello-based team’s 2021 challenger, the SF21, is “exactly the same” as it was at the season-opener in Bahrain. Speaking this week, Binotto revealed that Ferrari have made “very little changes” to make the SF21 more competitive, as they have been focusing their research and development resources

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Webber: Vettel Is ‘Tired’ After 6 Years At Ferrari

Mark Webber, a former team-mate of Sebastian Vettel at Red Bull, has said he believes the four-time World Champion is still “tired” from the six years he spent at Ferrari. Vettel joined Aston Martin for the 2021 F1 season, and many in the paddock had tipped him to benefit from the change of environment, especially

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Nikita Mazepin Believes Ferrari Ties Give Mick Schumacher The Advantage

Haas F1 rookie Nikita Mazepin has said that he believes Mick Schumacher’s ties to Ferrari give the German certain advantages over him, as they both navigate their debut season in Formula 1. Schumacher was a member of the Ferrari Driver Academy (FDA) during his junior racing career, and he continues to be affiliated with the

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Charles Leclerc Weighs In On Driver Salary Cap, Sprint Races

Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc has said he doesn’t support plans for a driver salary cap in Formula 1. The Monegasque is one of the highest-paid drivers on the current F1 grid, with the Scuderia paying him $12 million per year. READ: Red Bull Poach Senior Mercedes Engineer For New Powertrains Division Commenting on the proposed

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Russell Open To Fighting Verstappen Or Leclerc As Team-Mates

Williams driver George Russell has said he believes Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc will be Formula 1’s biggest talents in the future – and the young Brit is open to going toe-to-toe with them, even as a team-mate. With Sir Lewis Hamilton considering retiring from F1 at the end of the season – and with

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Marko Jokes Red Bull Feared Verstappen’s Car Would End Up At Ferrari HQ

Senior Red Bull advisor Dr Helmut Marko has joked that the Milton Keynes-based team was worried that Max Verstappen’s stricken car would end up at Ferrari’s base in Maranello after it suffered a reliability issue during Free Practice Two (FP2) at Imola. After his car’s driveshaft broke during the session, Verstappen parked just after the

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