Ferrari is now focusing “all” of its efforts on 2015, according to lead driver Fernando Alonso. The Spaniard’s comments, made on Thursday ahead of the
Fernando Alonso could be contractually free to walk away from Ferrari. Technically, the Spaniard remains under contract to the struggling Maranello team until the end
Daniel Ricciardo insists he does not feel the famous lure of Maranello. Although born and raised in Australia, the impressive 25-year-old’s father is from Sicily.
Niki Lauda has swiftly hit reverse, after using an expletive to describe the cars fielded in 2014 by Mercedes’ grandee rivals McLaren and Ferrari. “McLaren
Fernando Alonso has hailed the “amazing” job being done this year by Daniel Ricciardo. At Silverstone, Spaniard Alonso’s wheel-to-wheel duel with world champion Sebastian Vettel
Marco Mattiacci has hit back at suggestions Ferrari could or should plan its revival for the 2015 season without Kimi Raikkonen. Lamenting the Maranello team’s
Niki Lauda has used an expletive to describe the quality of the cars produced by Mercedes’ grandee rivals in 2014. The F1 legend is the
Fernando Alonso sounds underwhelmed, having been told of Ferrari’s bold plans to push him to the very front of the grid in 2015. As arguably