Ferrari's move to appoint Binotto leaves key questions to be answered
Ferrari has confirmed technical chief Mattia Binotto has replaced Maurizio Arrivabene as team principal, a move which is not surprising given the team's recent failures to beat Mercedes to a championship.
Arrivabene calls Ferrari exit rumours 'fake news'
Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene says the rumours of his imminent departure from Ferrari were simply to 'create instability' within the team.
Rosberg: Vettel must focus on 'marginal gains' to beat Lewis
Nico Rosberg thinks Sebastian Vettel needs to step back and reanalyse his mental approach to race weekends if he wants to beat Lewis Hamilton to the Formula One championship in 2019.
Ferrari will 'challenge the impossible' in final 2018 races
Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene says the team will not give up on its 2018 championship hopes while mathematically still in the hunt.
Vettel inspired by 'unbroken' Ferrari spirit
Sebastian Vettel says it has been "inspirational" to see his Ferrari's teams spirit unaffected by its dramatic capitulation in the 2018 championship fight with Mercedes.
Hamilton: Media isn't showing Vettel enough respect
Lewis Hamilton jumps to the defence of title rival Sebastian Vettel after the implosion of his championship challenge, saying 'being humans we will make mistakes'.
Japan offered case study in Ferrari's failings
Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari's mistakes at the Japanese Grand Prix were borne out of an increasingly desperate situation that has slowly been developing since Singapore, writes Laurence Edmondson.
Max: Vettel should have been more careful
Max Verstappen defends his driving after being blamed by Sebastian Vettel for their incident in the early part of the Japanese Grand Prix.
Desperate Ferrari fails again
Ferrari just can't get anything right at the moment. A look at the main talking points from qualifying at Suzuka.
Ferrari: New FIA sensor not the reason for slump
Maurizio Arrivabene says a new FIA sensor fitted to the Ferrari's battery is not the reason for Sebastian Vettel's recent drop in form.
Kimi quotes get turned into haikus ahead of Japanese GP
Kimi Raikkonen has always been a man of few words and now those words have been given the haiku treatment ahead of this weekend's Japanese Grand Prix.
Vettel claims Merc rhetoric overplayed Ferrari's advantage
Sebastian Vettel has attempted to rubbish Mercedes' claim that Ferrari had the faster car earlier this season, and has pointed to his disappointing qualifying performance in Russia as proof.
Ferrari: Door always open for Mick Schumacher
With Mick Schumacher's form in junior racing categories becoming increasingly difficult to ignore, Ferrari says the door would always be open to the German driver in future.
Vettel should be on the verge of a fifth world title
Sebastian Vettel should be waltzing towards a fifth F1 world championship. Here we readjust the championship standings to reflect the alternate universe where he did not make the mistakes which have handed Lewis Hamilton the advantage.
The championship permutations after Hamilton's win
Sebastian Vettel's championship hopes are fading fast. Here's what he has to do to overhaul the deficit to Lewis Hamilton and ensure his destiny is still in his hands as we approach the conclusion of the season.
Ferrari: Boredom the real winner in Singapore
Ferrari accused of being sore losers after claiming that "boredom" had been the real winner of the Singapore Grand Prix, which saw the team blunder its way to defeat by Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes.
Vettel: Hamilton's lap was beatable
Sebastian Vettel believes Lewis Hamilton's pole position lap at the Singapore Grand Prix would have been beatable had he enjoyed a smoother qualifying session.
Kimi on Sauber move: 'Why not?'
Kimi Raikkonen reveals reasons for deciding to switch to Sauber for 2019 after poking fun at several media questions about the move.
What does Leclerc's elevation mean for Vettel and Ferrari?
Charles Leclerc's elevation to Ferrari for 2019 has several obvious implications on the team, Sebastian Vettel and F1 as a whole next year.
What's keeping Kimi in Formula One?
Kimi Raikkonen's shocking move to Sauber should be a reminder that the Iceman is the closest thing Formula One has to a throwback to the James Hunt era.
Leclerc to replace Raikkonen at Ferrari in 2019
Ferrari has confirmed highly-rated junior driver Charles Leclerc will make the step up to Ferrari in 2019 to replace Sauber-bound Kimi Raikkonen.
Raikkonen to leave Ferrari, join Sauber in 2019
Kimi Raikkonen will leave Ferrari at the end of the 2018 season and return to the Sauber team he started his Formula One career with.
Hakkinen: Monza a failure of leadership for Ferrari
Former world champion Mika Hakkinen has criticised Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari for being behind Lewis Hamilton in the title race despite having what he feels is the superior race car.
Hamilton surprised Vettel gave him opportunity to overtake
Lewis Hamilton was surprised to see Sebastian Vettel open the door for him to pass around the outside of Turn 4 on the opening lap of the Italian Grand Prix.
Radio Ga Ga: 'Sebastian, P1. Fair and square'.
A round-up of the best soundbites of the Belgian Grand Prix, where Mercedes and Ferrari engaged in another see-saw weekend and saw Kimi Raikkonen's radio channel provide the usual entertainment.
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