Mercedes was caught by surprise by Ferrari’s 2015 resurgence, according to 1997 world champion Jacques Villeneuve. In Australia, the reigning world champion team appeared to
Rumours in Italy suggest Valtteri Bottas’s formula one future is coloured in red. Former double world champion Mika Hakkinen, now involved in the management of
Fernando Alonso “knew” Ferrari would take a step forward in 2015. That is the claim of Carlos Gracia, the head of Spain’s motor racing federation.
Mika Hakkinen is not sure he would advise Ferrari to keep his countryman Kimi Raikkonen beyond 2015. Finn Raikkonen, who replaced Hakkinen at McLaren some
Valtteri Bottas has joined team engineer Rob Smedley in playing down Williams’ chances of chasing down Ferrari in 2015. Team deputy Claire Williams admitted in
Dr Helmut Marko has accused Mercedes of actively helping Ferrari to catch the reigning world champions in 2015. According to Mercedes team chairman Niki Lauda,
GPDA chief Alex Wurz has backed Sauber over the future direction of F1’s engine rules. Former Williams driver Wurz, now chairman of the F1 drivers’
Mercedes will not react to title rival Ferrari’s engine allocation strategy. In Bahrain, the resurgent Ferrari team fitted the second of four allocated ‘power units’