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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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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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‘That’s Enough’: Ferrari Satisfied With Progress After Abysmal 2020 Campaign

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has said he is pleased to see the Scuderia make progress in all “areas that were possible” following a very poor 2020 season. READ: Mercedes Hit Back At Bottas’ ‘Not Quite Normal’ Strategy Claim The Maranello-based team finished last year sixth in the Constructors’ Championship, making 2020 their worst season

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Ferrari Team Boss Fires Thinly Veiled Jibe At Vettel After Bahrain GP

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has fired a thinly veiled jibe at Sebastian Vettel, who departed the Scuderia at the end of 2020, saying the team can now “count on both” of their drivers. READ: 86% Of F1 Fans Believe FIA Tweaked Regs To Hurt Hamilton & Mercedes Carlos Sainz replaced Vettel at Ferrari, and

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Ralf Warns Mick Schumacher Won’t Have It Easy Against Mazepin

Ralf Schumacher, uncle of Haas F1 rookie Mick Schumacher, has said he believes his nephew won’t have it easy against Nikita Mazepin this year. READ: Nico Rosberg Urges Fans & Media To Go Easy On Mick Schumacher The youngsters will both drive for the Haas F1 Team in 2021, with them being the only all-rookie

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Leclerc To Avoid ‘Stupid Things’ With New Ferrari Team-Mate

Ferrari will have one of the strongest driver line-ups on the F1 grid this upcoming season, with Carlos Sainz joining Charles Leclerc at the Scuderia. READ: Sebastian Vettel Will ‘Definitely’ Have A ‘Tough’ First Race With Aston Martin Leclerc is about to enter his third season in Formula One with Ferrari, while Sainz is joining

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Ferrari’s 2021 Power Unit Could Rival Mercedes – Gene

Ferrari’s 2021 power unit will be “very good” and could even rival Mercedes’ engine, which has been the strongest for most of the turbo-hybrid era of Formula One, according to Marc Gene, a test driver for the Scuderia. READ: Verstappen Reveals He Received COVID-19 Vaccine – But Not In Bahrain The Maranello-based team had the

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Ferrari Unveil SF21 As They Look To Mount 2021 Recovery

Ferrari have unveiled their 2021 car, the SF21, just two days before pre-season testing gets underway in Bahrain. All ten F1 teams have now taken the wraps off of their 2021 cars, with all of them being carry-overs of their predecessors due to regulatory constraints agreed as a cost-saving measure in the wake of the

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