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Ferrari

Kimi Raikkonen

Raikkonen says Ferrari to decide on 2016 &#...

Apr 17, 2015No Comments

Kimi Raikkonen says it is up to Ferrari whether he stays at the Italian team beyond 2015. Reports in recent days have suggested that after

Maurizio Arrivabene

Text from Schumacher house made Arrivabene ...

Apr 02, 2015No Comments

A text message sent from Michael Schumacher’s home in Switzerland reduced Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene to tears after the Malaysian grand prix. After a tumultuous

Alonso and Jenson

Alonso doubts Ferrari can beat Mercedes ...

Apr 01, 2015No Comments

Even after Ferrari’s breakthrough win, Fernando Alonso insists he has no regrets about swapping the Maranello team for McLaren. “Looking forward!” he wrote on Twitter

Kimi Raikkonen

Raikkonen is on Vettel’s pace –...

Apr 01, 2015No Comments

Kimi Raikkonen’s manager has defended the Finn following suggestions he is already slipping into a ‘number 2’ role for 2015. After struggling alongside former teammate

Valtteri Bottas

Ferrari ‘much faster’ than Will...

Apr 01, 2015No Comments

Williams’ race drivers have admitted the British team has been clearly overtaken by Ferrari. Last year, with field-leading Mercedes power, Grove based Williams ended a

Kimi and Vettel

Ferrari not missing Alonso – Trulli

Apr 01, 2015No Comments

Ferrari will not be missing its departed number 1 driver Fernando Alonso. That is the view of the Spaniard’s former Renault teammate Jarno Trulli, who

Kimi Raikkonen

Ferrari’s driver hierarchy already se...

Mar 31, 2015No Comments

Kimi Raikkonen is back. 2015 is a crucial year for the Finn, having declared his interest in racing on beyond the season but acknowledging his

Sebastian Vettel

Old chiefs deserve credit for Ferrari win &...

Mar 31, 2015No Comments

Luca di Montezemolo insists Ferrari’s former management should not be forgotten after the fabled team returned to the top step of the podium. Long-time president