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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.
Kimi relaxed over contract
Kimi Raikkonen says he is relaxed about his contractual position at Ferrari, admitting it wouldn’t be the "end of the world" if he wasn’t retained for 2016.
Kimi impressed by new Ferrari
Kimi Raikkonen believes Ferrari have succeeded in making “a lot of improvements” to their weakest areas from last season after the team’s impressive start to 2015 continued on his first day in the car at Jerez.
Ferrari retain pull-rod system
Ferrari technical director James Allison says the Scuderia opted to stick with pull-rod suspension in 2015 as it didn’t warrant development in that area.
Ferrari launch the SF15-T
Ferrari have unveiled their 2015 challenger, the rather nosey but 'sexy' SF15-T.
Arrivabene new Ferrari boss
Ferrari have appointed Maurizio Arrivabene as their new Team Principal, replacing Marco Mattiacci who himself only took the post in April.
Kimi could continue into 2016
Kimi Raikkonen has opened the door to staying at Ferrari and prolonging his Formula 1 career into 2016.
Ferrari target Williams
Ferrari Technical Director James Allison believes the team’s improved performance in Singapore showed they are making genuine progress with their car as they aim to overhaul Williams in the standings.
Raikkonen: Lots of work ahead
Kimi Raikkonen has admitted that Ferrari still have ‘a lot of work to do’ despite the Finn’s recent improvement.
Drivers ready for radio rules
Formula 1’s drivers are braced for an increase in their workload in the cockpit in Singapore following the clampdown on team radio, but are confident they will quickly adjust to the new restrictions.