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Ferrari blown off course
Kimi Raikkonen believes Ferrari were blown off-course during British GP qualifying by the blustery Saturday conditions at Silverstone, where they were surprisingly beaten to the second row by Williams.
Ferrari: Still work to do
Sebastian Vettel believes Ferrari must still improve their SF15-T around the fast sweeps of Silverstone despite splitting the Mercedes on the Friday timesheet.
Vettel wants Kimi to stay
Sebastian Vettel hopes Ferrari keep under fire team-mate Kimi Raikkonen for 2016.
Button rules out electric switch
Jenson Button and Kimi Raikkonen have ruled out driving in Formula E series, explaining that the nascent championship lacks sufficient excitement.
Raikkonen: I still love F1
Kimi Raikkonen says he’s still in love with F1 and wants to stay on at Ferrari – assuming, that is, the Scuderia want to keep him.
Alonso: Raikkonen was lucky
Fernando Alonso admitted that Kimi Raikkonen was lucky to escape uninjured after their crash on lap one of Sunday’s Austrian GP.
WATCH: Alonso & Raikkonen crash
Kimi Raikkonen and Fernando Alonso have emerged unscathed from an alarming crash at the start of the Austrian GP.
Kimi points finger at Ferrari
Kimi Raikkonen has blamed Ferrari for his early exit during qualifying for the Austrian GP, with the Finn saying he was sent out too late during the closing stages of the first session.
Arrivabene: Ferrari were divided
New Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene has described the Scuderia as a "divided team" when he replaced Marco Mattiacci at the end of last season.
Bottas targets podium finish
Valtteri Bottas reckons he can take the fight to Kimi Raikkonen in the Canadian GP after qualifying fourth behind his fellow Finn.
Nico: Ferrari look pretty close
Nico Rosberg admits "Ferrari looked pretty close" to Mercedes during Friday practice ahead of the Canadian Grand Prix.
Honda and Ferrari use tokens
Ferrari and Honda have both used engine tokens ahead of this weekend’s Canadian Grand Prix, making the pair the first manufacturers to take advantage of in-season development.
Ferrari: Kimi needs 'homework'
After watching Kimi Raikkonen’s qualifying difficulties continue at the Monaco GP, Ferrari team boss Maurizio Arrivabene joked that he should give the Finn extra “homework”.
Arrivabene: Podiums not enough
Ferrari chief Maurizio Arrivabene says closing the gap to Mercedes, rather than simply racking up podium finishes, is his priority as the team look for answers as to why they slipped further behind the world champions at the Spanish GP.
Vettel 'still in the title fight'
Sebastian Vettel has voiced his unhappiness after Ferrari were thrashed in Spain by Mercedes but has insisted he can still win the world championship.
Arrivabene rules out Hamilton
Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene has ruled out signing Lewis Hamilton as a replacement for Kimi Raikkonen in 2016.
Raikkonen's qualy woes continue
Kimi Raikkonen has been described as suffering ‘unrelenting misery’ after Sebastian Vettel maintained his qualifying whitewash of his Ferrari team-mate in Barcelona.
Kimi welcomes equal treatment
Kimi Raikkonen, a revitalised force so far in 2015, has praised the way the new-look Ferrari are being run by Maurizio Arrivabene, claiming there is a big difference in the situation at the team compared to last season.
Ferrari set for Canada upgrade
Ferrari are set to introduce a big upgrade to their engine for June’s Canadian GP, Sky Sports F1 understands, as they bid to overhaul Mercedes.
Contract used as Kimi motivator
Maurizio Arrivabene says he won’t rush renewing Kimi Raikkonen’s Ferrari contract in order to keep the Finn fully motivated and producing performances.