Birthday boy Kimi Raikkonen has opened the door to staying at Ferrari and prolonging his Formula 1 career into 2016.
James Allison believes Ferrari's form in Singapore showed they are making progress as they aim to catch up Williams.
Kimi Raikkonen has admitted that Ferrari still have ‘a lot of work to do’ despite the Finn’s recent improvement.
F1 drivers are braced for an increase in their workload in Singapore but are comfortable with the radio clampdown.
A clutch of drivers who all still have plenty to prove over the rest of 2014 feature in Thursday's drivers' conference.
Ferrari boss Marco Mattiacci has confirmed to Sky Sports F1 that Kimi Raikkonen and Fernando Alonso will be retained for 2015.
Kimi Raikkonen says he has been pleasantly surprised by the evidence at Spa that Ferrari have improved the F14 T’s competitiveness.
Ferrari’s James Allison thinks Kimi Raikkonen's problems with his car won’t be solved before the end of the season.
James Allison believes short-term thinking has been central to once all-conquering Ferrari's fall from F1 grace.
Kimi Raikkonen insists he's lost none of his speed since rejoining Ferrari from Lotus despite his disappointing form.
Ferrari have confirmed that Luca Marmorini, who oversaw the design and development of their power unit, is leaving.
Kimi Raikkonen said Ferrari made a "first-year" error in qualifying for the Hungarian GP after he was knocked out in Q1.
Ferrari’s James Allison thinks that any shake-up caused by the removal of FRIC suspension systems would be short-lived.
Kimi Raikkonen has cast fresh doubt on his future by refusing to clarify when he believes his stint at Ferrari will end.
Ferrari's Marco Mattiacci, who is restructuring operations at Maranello, has promised a “different team for 2015”.
Ferrari say Kimi Raikkonen needs to "rest" after sustaining bruises in his big crash in the British GP on Sunday.
Ferrari have refused to comment on a report in Italy that engine chief Luca Marmorini has left the team.
Kimi Raikkonen says he'll "probably" retire when his contract with Ferrari expires at the end of the 2015 season.
Fernando Alonso produced another fighting display in Austria but Ferrari were once again trailing Mercedes-powered cars.
James Allison says Kimi Raikkonen is simply driving slower than Fernando Alonso after his disappointing start to 2014.
Ferrari engineer James Allison says the Scuderia should constantly try and hire the best technical staff they can find.
Kimi Raikkonen is sure Ferrari will make a breakthrough with the F14 T and is targeting an improved qualy in Monaco.
Ferrari's President says he'll take a greater interest while new team boss Marco Mattiacci grows into his new role.
Ferrari's James Allison has hailed Alonso's "extraordinary" form so far in 2014 and backed Kimi Raikkonen to come good.
Kimi Raikkonen admitted his driving style was likely to blame for his disappointing Chinese GP weekend.