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Ferrari to keep Alonso & Kimi
Ferrari boss Marco Mattiacci has confirmed to Sky Sports F1 that Kimi Raikkonen and Fernando Alonso will be retained for 2015.
'Ferrari too short-term'
Ferrari technical chief James Allison believes short-term thinking has been central to the once all-conquering team's fall from grace at the top of the F1 order in recent years.
Alonso: 'Judge Max on pace'
Fernando Alonso says Max Verstappen's readiness for F1 shouldn't be judged on his age, but on how he performs in the opening half of the 2015 season.
Rivals: Ricciardo here to stay
Former World Champions Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton have heaped praise on Daniel Ricciardo and tipped the Australian to remain one of their key rivals in the fight for honours at the front of the Formula 1 field over the forthcoming years.
Ferrari confirm Marmorini exit
Ferrari confirmed on Thursday that Luca Marmorini, who oversaw the design and development of their power unit, is leaving Maranello.
'Second tastes like a win'
Fernando Alonso admitted his season-best second-place finish in the epic Hungarian GP still felt like a victory despite being denied what would have been Ferrari’s first win in 25 races within three laps of the chequered flag.
Alonso impressed by Ricciardo
Fernando Alonso hailed Daniel Ricciardo's driving as "unbelievable" after narrowly beating the Aussie to fifth place at Hockenheim.
Thumbs-up for Germany action
A selection of Formula 1’s leading drivers have received plaudits for the “fantastic” wheel-to-wheel racing they served up in Sunday’s German GP.
‘FRIC shake-up short-lived’
James Allison has given his reaction to the clampdown on FRIC suspension systems, with Ferrari’s chassis technical director thinking that any shake-up of the F1 field would be short-lived.
'Different' Ferrari in 2015
Ferrari Team Principal Marco Mattiacci, who is embarking on restructuring operations at Maranello, has promised a “different team for 2015”.
Horner: Stewards got it right
Red Bull team boss Christian Horner said stewards, led by Nigel Mansell, did the right thing in letting Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso race as hard as they did in Sunday’s British GP.
Alonso: Pass repeat 'unlikely'
Fernando Alonso has admitted that it's "unlikely" he will ever repeat his daring around-the-outside move on Sebastian Vettel in the British GP.
Alonso 'proud' of Seb scrap
Fernando Alonso said he felt “proud” to keep Sebastian Vettel at bay for as long as he did before being forced to settle for sixth place at the British GP.
Alonso hoping for more rain
Ferrari were caught on the hop by changing weather conditions during qualifying for the British GP but Fernando Alonso is nevertheless hoping for more of the same in Sunday’s race.
Ferrari silent on engine chief
Ferrari have refused to comment on a report in Italy that engine chief Luca Marmorini has left the team.
Standing re-starts 'unfair'
Drivers have started reacting to the new rule which means that standing starts will follow Safety Car periods next season, with the consensus far from positive so far.
Alonso: Massa playing with me
Mercedes' power advantage at the Austrian GP was such that Fernando Alonso reckoned Felipe Massa was "playing" with him in the closing stages of Sunday's race.
Alonso: I can win with Ferrari
Fernando Alonso is still convinced he can add to his tally of world titles at Ferrari, even though he admits that Mercedes' pace means he has next to no chance this season.
Alonso: Slide not a surprise
Fernando Alonso has conceded it wasn't a surprise for Ferrari to see their timesheet-topping form of Friday give way to the fourth row in qualifying at the Canadian GP, even if the increase in temperatures in Montreal forced the team to row back on some of their upgrades.
Alonso: We will get stronger
Fernando Alonso says Ferrari have "good hopes" for their Canadian GP upgrade package and is confident they are "moving in the right direction" following the arrival of team boss Marco Mattiacci.