Fernando Alonso has suggested Ferrari’s new boss cannot take the credit for his breakthrough podium in China. After a difficult start to F1’s new era
Ferrari’s new boss on Friday played down suggestions Fernando Alonso might be looking to leave the struggling Italian team. Although car upgrades appear to have
Mercedes’ rivals look closer to the pace this weekend in China. Back-to-back winner Lewis Hamilton was the fastest overall in Shanghai practice, but Ferrari’s Fernando
Marco Mattiacci wore sunglasses all day in cloudy, smoggy Shanghai. “I have not slept in the last 40 hours,” explained Ferrari’s brand new team boss,
Giovanni Malago says it is unlikely Ferrari will recover from its competitive slump within the 2014 season. The Italian olympic chief’s name is now well-known
Niki Lauda has lashed out at Luca di Montezemolo’s claim that the 2014 rules have reduced the F1 field to little more than “taxi drivers”.
Fernando Alonso on Thursday denied his frustration with Ferrari’s poor 2014 hit a sarcastic low recently in Bahrain. Hot on the heels of Stefano Domenicali’s
Ferrari may already be looking to write off the 2014 title. After a bad start to the new turbo V6 era for the fabled Italian