3rd (98 Pts)
4th (60 Pts)
Team boss Maurizio Arrivabene jokes he should make Kimi Raikkonen write ‘I have to be better in qualifying’ 100 times.
Ferrari's Maurizio Arrivabene says closing the gap to Mercedes, rather than simply racking up podium finishes, is his priority
Sebastian Vettel has voiced his unhappiness after Ferrari's thrashing by Mercedes in Spain, but insists their title bid is still on.
Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene has ruled out signing Lewis Hamilton as a replacement for Kimi Raikkonen in 2016.
Kimi Raikkonen has been described as suffering ‘unrelenting misery’ after another disappointing qualifying performance.
Sebastian Vettel has cautioned it is too early to draw any conclusions on the upgrades Ferrari trialled in Spain.
Kimi Raikkonen has praised the way the Ferrari are being run by Maurizio Arrivabene, saying it's a "different" team to 2014.
Williams' Valtteri Bottas has denied signing a deal with Ferrari for 2016 - but revealed he's a free agent for next season.
Sky F1 has learnt that Mercedes-chasing Ferrari are set to introduce a big upgrade to their engine for June’s Canadian GP.
Maurizio Arrivabene says he won’t rush renewing Kimi Raikkonen’s Ferrari contract to keep the Finn motivated.
Ferrari have insisted that their strategy wasn’t to blame for Kimi Raikkonen narrowly missing out on victory in the Bahrain GP.
Sebastian Vettel says victory is possible in the Bahrain GP, even though Mercedes set the pace as expected on Friday.
Kimi Raikkonen says Ferrari have an option to retain him for 2016 – and admitted he would like to stay on with the team.
Sebastian Vettel is optimistic Ferrari can inch closer to Mercedes at the Bahrain GP, although insists they remain favourites.
Ted Kravitz explains the technical changes made at Ferrari which have seen the Prancing Horse rejuvenated in 2015.
Kimi Raikkonen says Ferrari can win this year’s world title, declaring that they will start to “regularly beat” Mercedes.
Sebastian Vettel believes Ferrari are on the way to providing a “real challenge” to Mercedes, even if they were too quick in China.
Ferrari believe they have the race pace to give Mercedes a battle in China despite their resounding qualifying defeat.
F1 technical chiefs have defended the use of wind tunnels after Bob Fernley branded them “a bit of dinosaur technology”.
Ferrari are capable of beating Mercedes in China despite the Silver Arrows’ pace advantage, the Sky F1 pundits believe.
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