Ferrari’s test driver has admitted Red Bull will enter the 2014 season with a technical advantage, despite the radical new regulations. With the famous aerodynamicist
Popular Mark Webber raced into F1 retirement with one final show of irreverence, completing his lap on the way to the Interlagos podium without the
Felipe Massa has tipped Fernando Alonso to share an awkward relationship with his new Ferrari teammate. Between 2007 and 2009, before Spaniard Alonso arrived at
Ferrari has played down rumours Nico Hulkenberg is in line to join the Maranello based team in 2015. Although now fighting simply to stay on
1997 world champion Jacques Villeneuve thinks Fernando Alonso would have won this year’s title at the wheel of the 2013 Lotus car. The French Canadian
Ross Brawn is being linked with a sensational return to Ferrari. Mercedes’ current team boss, who was technical director at Maranello during the ultra-successful Michael
Fernando Alonso has opted not to respond to his boss Luca di Montezemolo, after the Ferrari president gave the driver “eight out of 10” for
F1 drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg are split over whether Felipe Massa’s move to Williams is a boost to the departing Ferrari driver’s career.