Articles about Scuderia Ferrari

Questions are now being raised whether or not F1 should change up its rules
True to form, Max Verstappen converted pole position into his 10th victory of the season at the Dutch Grand Prix, extending his championship lead over Ferrari's Charles Leclerc and teammate Sergio Perez to 109 points.However, it was neither of those
Biggest winner, of course, was Zhou Guanyu for walking away from that crash
Fresh from securing his first-ever pole position in the wet at Silverstone, Carlos Sainz Jr. took full advantage by scoring his maiden Formula 1 victory in a dramatic, enthralling edition of the British Grand Prix.The 27-year-old took the
Hanging in there, tifosi?
Oh, Ferrari. In Top Gear's 2022 Formula 1 preview earlier this year, we said the team desperately needed "to kick the habit of snatching defeat from the jaws of victory", so often has it shot itself in the foot in recent
A good move for both parties
Carlos Sainz Jr. will partner Charles Leclerc at Scuderia Ferrari until at least the end of the 2024 Formula 1 season, after the Spanish driver agreed a two-year extension with the Maranello team.A popular figure in Formula 1, Sainz made
But will this Grand Prix be able to keep its place in the Formula 1 calendar?
Whether it's deliberate or not, Formula One is doing a pretty good job of keeping itself on the front pages these days. Sunday's Saudi Arabian GP may have been surrounded by controversy (more of which later), but at least we
Will this car bring Scuderia Ferrari success in the 2022 Formula 1 season?
Ferrari's new F1-75 is perhaps the most radical interpretation of the 2022 rules we've seen so far (although Red Bull has only revealed its livery on a show car, of course). The Scuderia have been busy with those sidepods,
“Michael is here. Different, but he’s here”
Any Formula 1 fans here experiencing withdrawal symptoms after the recently concluded Spa-Zandvoort-Monza triple-header? We've got two weeks to count down before the next race in Russia, and if you're just about done with all the Twitter/
And one that was won by an even closer margin
Thanks to Mercedes' stranglehold on Formula 1, it's been a long while since the championship was decided at the last race of the season, and even longer since a final race showdown featured drivers from two different teams.That run might
Who’s your money on?
Car: C41Engine: FerrariDrivers: Kimi Räikkönen (FIN), Antonio Giovinazzi (ITA)Chances: Alfa Romeo will benefit from any improvements Ferrari has made to its engine, but the strength of this year's midfield means we're unlikely to see the team make
Carlos Sainz Jr. joins Charles Leclerc on the Italian team
Things can only get better for Ferrari in Formula 1-2020 was its worst season in the series for more than 40 years. It finished a lowly sixth in the constructors' championship and didn't win a single race. So, there's
There’s more to the season than the Lewis Hamilton Show
Cast your mind back to March 2020, and you'll remember that there was rather a lot going on in the world. A deadly virus was sweeping the globe, and lockdowns, social distancing, and masks became part of everyday life. It was
The F2004 won 13 out of 18 races in 2004
Last weekend's Tuscan GP was a bit chaotic, but Lewis Hamilton nonetheless held on to win his sixth race so far this 2020 Formula 1 season, extending his lead in the drivers' championship to a massive 55 points over teammate Valtteri
“It’s a new adventure for me with a truly legendary car company”
Good news, everyone-Sebastian Vettel will race in Formula 1 next season. The four-time world champion is joining Racing Point-which next year will become Aston Martin's factory-backed F1 team-for "2021 and beyond."In a statement released yesterday,
It coincides with Scuderia Ferrari’s 1,000th world-championship race.
That's right, Formula 1 fans. For the first time ever (in real life, not on your Xbox), F1 cars will race at Mugello. Set to be held just a week after the Italian Grand Prix in Monza (September 6), the 'Formula
The driver’ market is currently more action-packed than the last few seasons of racing
Just a couple of days after Sebastian Vettel confirmed his departure from Scuderia Ferrari come the end of 2020, two of the most coveted seats in Formula 1 have quickly been snapped up: Carlos Sainz Jr. will leave McLaren to take the
The first fully functioning prototype was created in five weeks
For the past few days, all we've heard about Ferrari's Formula 1 team is mostly talk-and the eventual confirmation-of Sebastian Vettel's departure come the end of 2020, and speculation as to who would take up his seat
Who do you think should replace him?
There's no official announcement yet, but multiple sources say a confirmation is imminent: Sebastian Vettel will depart from Scuderia Ferrari at the end of the 2020 Formula 1 season.According to a report by BBC Sport, negotiations between the two parties
Such a colorful history
So many new Formula 1 teams have tried and failed in recent years that it almost takes away from the magnificence of the Lola effort. 'We're here to win,' boldly pronounced five minutes before the receivers arrive to seal up the
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Charles Leclerc has won a race. From his living room. Yep-the Ferrari Formula 1 driver dominated last weekend's Virtual Vietnamese Grand Prix, beating Renault Academy driver Christian Lundgaard and Williams F1 driver George Russell into second and third positions, respectively.
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