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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.
Ferrari defend Kimi strategy
Ferrari have insisted that their strategy wasn't to blame for Kimi Raikkonen narrowly missing out on victory in the Bahrain GP.
Reprimand for Raikkonen
Kimi Raikkonen was handed a reprimand after the Bahrain GP stewards decided that he 'drove in a potentially dangerous manner' during second practice on Friday evening.
Kimi: Ferrari have 2016 option
Kimi Raikkonen has confirmed Ferrari have an option to retain him for 2016 – and admitted he would like to stay on with the team for another season.
Kimi: Ferrari can win the title
Kimi Raikkonen says Ferrari can win this year’s world title, declaring that they will start to “regularly beat” Mercedes.
Ferrari expect better race pace
Ferrari are confident they have the race pace to give Mercedes a tough battle in the Chinese GP despite being soundly beaten by the Silver Arrows in qualifying.
Kimi: No Shanghai surprises
Kimi Raikkonen sees no reason why Ferrari can’t be fully competitive once again in this weekend’s Chinese GP.
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Ferrari close gap to Mercedes
Mercedes are under genuine threat from Ferrari in the Malaysia GP, according to the Sky Sports F1 punditry team.
‘Ferrari should look to Merc’
After Ferrari suggested in Australia that they’re now ‘best of the rest’ behind Mercedes, Maurizio Arrivabene said they should take their eyes off the likes of Williams and Red Bull and concentrate instead on the defending champions.
Vettel pleased with Ferrari
Sebastian Vettel believes Ferrari can be “very happy” with the progress they have made over the winter after challenging Williams in qualifying in Australia.
Arrivabene: Two-win target is ambitious
Ferrari team boss Maurizio Arrivabene is sticking with his target of two race wins this season, even though Mercedes continue to suggest they’ll pick up exactly where they left off once the new F1 season starts.
Ferrari cautious on winter form
New Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene sees no reason to revise the team’s 2015 targets despite the Scuderia's eye-catching start to pre-season testing.