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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.
Kimi: 'Ferrari are improving'
Kimi Raikkonen says he has been pleasantly surprised by the evidence at Spa that Ferrari have improved the F14 T’s competitiveness.
Allison: No 2014 fix for Kimi
Ferrari’s James Allison suspects the problems Kimi Raikkonen has experienced since re-joining the team won’t be solved before the end of the season.
'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.
Raikkonen 'hasn't lost speed'
Kimi Raikkonen insists he has lost none of his speed since his winter return to Ferrari from Lotus despite his disappointing run of results and is confident that both he and the team can eventually return to race-winning ways.
Ferrari confirm Marmorini exit
Ferrari confirmed on Thursday that Luca Marmorini, who oversaw the design and development of their power unit, is leaving Maranello.
Kimi: Ferrari's rookie error
Kimi Raikkonen said Ferrari made a rookie error in qualifying for the Hungarian GP after he fell at the first hurdle for the second time in three races.
‘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.
Raikkonen coy on future plans
Kimi Raikkonen has cast fresh doubt on his future by refusing to clarify when he believes his second – and final – stint at Ferrari will end.
'Different' Ferrari in 2015
Ferrari Team Principal Marco Mattiacci, who is embarking on restructuring operations at Maranello, has promised a “different team for 2015”.
Raikkonen a doubt for test
Kimi Raikkonen's heavy race-stopped accident during the British GP could force the Ferrari driver out of next week's test at Silverstone.
Ferrari silent on engine chief
Ferrari have refused to comment on a report in Italy that engine chief Luca Marmorini has left the team.
Kimi: I'll probably retire
Kimi Raikkonen has said that he’ll “probably” retire when his current contract with Ferrari expires at the end of the 2015 season.
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.
'Kimi slower than Fernando'
Ferrari Technical Director James Allison says Kimi Raikkonen is simply driving slower than Fernando Alonso after the Finn's disappointing start to the season.
Allison: Ferrari need the best
James Allison says Ferrari should try and hire the best technical staff they can and also urged the Scuderia to give themselves time if they're to become Formula 1's pacesetters once again.
Raikkonen: Results will come
Kimi Raikkonen remains confident that "results will come" for him and Ferrari in 2014 with the Finn hopeful they have improved the F14 T's single-lap speed for the ever-important Monaco GP qualifying hour.
Montezemolo 'staying close'
Ferrari President Luca di Montezemolo has confirmed that he'll take a greater interest in the Scuderia while new team boss Marco Mattiacci grows into the role.
Ferrari praise for drivers
Ferrari Technical Director James Allison has hailed Fernando Alonso's "extraordinary level of performance" and backed Kimi Raikkonen to soon start showing his best form following contrasting starts to the season for the team's new all-World Champion line-up.
'Lot of work' to do for Kimi
Kimi Raikkonen admitted his driving style was likely to blame for his disappointing Chinese GP weekend, with the Finn acknowledging his side of the Ferrari garage has "plenty of work" to do to improve his form.