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Ferrari Formula 1 driver Sebastian Vettel has revealed that money "is not the most important thing” in his discussions with Ferrari about a new contract.
Formula 1 teams are open to the idea of a season that runs into January 2021 and includes two-day grands prix in a bid to try to get a championship together, says Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto.
Ferrari has no plans to switch to the Mercedes-style front wing for its 2020 Formula 1 car, despite a push to add more downforce for this season.
Sebastian Vettel is Ferrari's "first choice" to partner Charles Leclerc for the 2021 Formula 1 season, team principal Mattia Binotto says.
Ex-Renault Formula 1 chassis technical chief Nick Chester has been linked with a senior role at the Williams team next year.
Sebastian Vettel believes dealing with Ferrari team orders in Formula 1 is different to Red Bull's Multi 21 controversy, but think drivers should still "stand up for yourself" if necessary.
Former Formula 1 driver Felipe Massa says he would not rule out Charles Leclerc winning the drivers’ championship before Max Verstappen.
Sebastian Vettel says the changing opinions of his critics in Formula 1 is a "nightmare" and that his future will be decided by both 2020 and the championship's impending rules overhaul.
Charles Leclerc says he will not allow the battle between himself and Sebastian Vettel hurt the interests of their Ferrari team.
Mattia Binotto says Alfa Romeo driver Antonio Giovinazzi needs to feel the "confidence" of Ferrari, amid speculation over his Formula 1 future and Nico Hulkenberg's emergence as a free agent.
The Ferrari Formula 1 team has questioned the “current process” for establishing the tyre specification for the season, following a debate over supplier Pirelli’s thinner-tread 2019 rubber.
Ferrari is “not happy yet” with the proposed 2021 Formula 1 regulations and is pushing back against standardisation, according to team boss Mattia Binotto.
Ferrari Formula 1 team boss Mattia Binotto does not believe the outfit will need to cease development of its 2019 car, despite its increasingly faint hopes of catching up Mercedes this season.
Ferrari should consider writing off its 2019 Formula 1 campaign and switching focus to next year if it doesn't quickly turn the tables on Mercedes, reckons Mark Webber.
Mercedes Formula 1 team boss Toto Wolff believes the thinner-gauge tyres introduced for this season have made what teams learned last year about the vital "science" involved less relevant.
Ferrari's struggles with Pirelli's Formula 1 tyres in the Azerbaijan Grand Prix had “nothing to do” with its Baku upgrades, according to team boss Mattia Binotto.
Mercedes Formula 1 team principal Toto Wolff says four one-two finishes at the start of the 2019 season "flatters us”, after making history in the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso has hinted at contesting an off-road event to achieve "something that has no precedent" and insisted he is not just having "fun" in his post-Formula 1 challenges.
Mick Schumacher says he did not expect the performance he showed in his debut Formula 1 test this week, having found it “easy” to improve with Ferrari and Alfa Romeo.
Max Verstappen says Red Bull's performance "cannot be worse" than in Bahrain and believes it can do "a lot better" than how it has started the Formula 1 season.