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The elements Ferrari must resolve to first save face, then win championships Plus

The elements Ferrari must resolve to first save face, then win championships

OPINION: Ferrari's Formula 1 title hopes look all but over after another strategic blunder in last week's Hungarian Grand Prix denied Charles Leclerc the chance to fight for victory, while handing it to chief rival Max Verstappen. The Scuderia now faces intense scrutiny over what it must now do to finally become a genuine factor in championship battles

Ferrari sees no need for team changes after recent F1 struggles

Ferrari Formula 1 boss Mattia Binotto believes there is “nothing to change” at the team over the summer break despite its recent struggles and slip-ups against Red Bull.

Horner: "Not one ounce" of me wishes Ferrari was putting up better F1 fight

Red Bull team boss Christian Horner says there is "not one ounce" of him that wishes Ferrari was putting up a closer fight in the Formula 1 championship battle.

Ferrari doubts it was possible to win F1 Hungarian GP despite strategy flaw

Ferrari Formula 1 boss Mattia Binotto doubts it was possible for the team to win in Hungary even without the strategy slip-up that dented Charles Leclerc’s hopes.

Leclerc baffled by Hungarian GP "turning point" of early stop for hards

Charles Leclerc admitted using the hard tyre in Formula 1's Hungarian Grand Prix was a "turning point" in the race and doesn't understand why Ferrari put him on that rubber.

Sainz disappointed with Hungary Q3 lap that was "nothing special"

Ferrari's Carlos Sainz rued missing out on pole for Formula 1's Hungarian Grand Prix after calling his lap to second on the grid "nothing special".

Sainz: F1 Friday "test day" helped remove Ferrari Hungary doubts

Carlos Sainz believes Ferrari’s “test day” approach to Friday’s Formula 1 practice running in Hungary helped remove some doubts over its set-up direction for the rest of the weekend.

Verstappen: Red Bull can't compete with Ferrari in Hungary in the dry

Max Verstappen thinks his Red Bull team "can't compete with Ferrari in the dry" after the Italian team topped both of Friday's Formula 1 practice sessions in Hungary.

Ferrari: No reason we cannot win final 10 races of F1 2022

Ferrari sees no reason why it cannot win the remaining 10 Formula 1 races this season to help save its world championship ambitions.

Ferrari: Delayed France F1 radio messages made strategy look ‘nonsensical’

Ferrari says that delays by Formula 1 in broadcasting its radio messages to Carlos Sainz during the French Grand Prix were to blame for making its strategy calls look ‘nonsensical.’

Ferrari clears up confusion over Leclerc’s throttle message in French GP crash

Ferrari has dismissed suggestions that Charles Leclerc’s crash in Formula 1’s French Grand Prix was related to throttle problems, in the wake of confusion triggered by a radio message.

Sainz thinks criticism of Ferrari’s F1 strategy “unfair”

Carlos Sainz believes criticism Ferrari has received this year for some of its Formula 1 strategy calls has been “unfair” after its tactics helped it to French Grand Prix pole.

Leclerc: Ferrari got French GP tow tactics wrong on first Q3 run

Charles Leclerc says Ferrari’s French Grand Prix tow tactics went wrong at the first attempt in Q3, as he followed Formula 1 team-mate Carlos Sainz through the Mistral straight chicane.

Sainz: "Frustrating" France F1 penalty hit when "feeling the best with the car"

Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz says his “frustrating” Formula 1 French Grand Prix grid penalty for an engine change has come when he is “probably feeling the best with the car”.

Sainz: It will be trickier to climb through F1 French GP field than expected

Carlos Sainz admits that it could be harder for him to come through the field in Sunday’s Formula 1 French Grand Prix than his Ferrari team had anticipated.

F1 French GP qualifying - Start time, how to watch & more

Carlos Sainz topped the times on Friday for Ferrari at the Formula 1 French Grand Prix. Here’s how and when to watch qualifying.

F1 French GP: Sainz heads Ferrari 1-2 in second practice

Carlos Sainz led Charles Leclerc in a Ferrari 1-2 in second practice for Formula 1’s 2022 French Grand Prix, with Max Verstappen 0.5 seconds adrift in third for Red Bull.

Verstappen: Red Bull still chasing “more dominant” Ferrari in F1 2022

Max Verstappen believes Red Bull is still chasing Ferrari for outright performance in Formula 1 this year as the Italian team has enjoyed “more dominant weekends” in 2022.

Sainz: "There's a chance" of F1 engine penalty in French GP

Carlos Sainz says “there’s a chance” Ferrari will choose to give him a grid penalty-triggering new engine at Formula 1’s 2022 French Grand Prix following his Austria retirement.

The elements of Leclerc’s Austria win that bode well for his F1 future

OPINION: By winning at the Red Bull Ring last weekend, Charles Leclerc ended a 19-year victory drought for Ferrari in Austria. But it was the manner of his triumph over Max Verstappen that Formula 1 fans should savour now and recall later. Here’s why

Ferrari's Binotto too "nervous" to watch F1 Austrian GP closing stages

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has revealed that he stopped watching the final laps of Formula 1’s Austrian Grand Prix because he was so anxious about Charles Leclerc’s throttle problems.

Leclerc: Ferrari can't afford repeat of Sainz intra-team F1 battle

Charles Leclerc says Ferrari can't afford to repeat its intra-team sprint race battle with team-mate Carlos Sainz if it is to beat Max Verstappen in Formula 1’s Austrian Grand Prix.

Binotto checked out false Ferrari F1 podium refusal claim after Silverstone

Mattia Binotto has dismissed a report that Ferrari Formula 1 team members refused to go to the podium at Silverstone, after checking himself there was no division in the garage.

Leclerc "just wants a clean race" following recent Ferrari F1 disaster

Charles Leclerc says he "just wants a clean race" in Saturday's Formula 1 Austrian Grand Prix sprint contest following a "disaster" recent run for the Ferrari driver.

Leclerc: Divided Ferrari suggestions "untrue" amid Binotto Monaco talks

Charles Leclerc says suggestions Ferrari has been left divided after its Silverstone Formula 1 errors are "untrue", as it emerged he met with boss Mattia Binotto in Monaco this week.

How Ferrari’s Monaco headache became its Silverstone migraine

OPINION: Ferrari won the British Grand Prix with Carlos Sainz, but it ultimately cost Charles Leclerc a chance to make a bigger dent in Max Verstappen's title lead by leaving the Monegasque out on old tyres towards the end. Like Monaco, indecision over strategy proved to be the Scuderia's biggest issue - and if the team doesn't reflect, the headache can only intensify

Sainz: Silverstone "good reference" on my progress with Ferrari F1 car

Carlos Sainz says the Formula 1 British Grand Prix will serve as a “good reference” in terms of how comfortable he feels with the Ferrari F1-75.

The wing choice that impacted Sainz's top speed in Verstappen Canadian GP battle

Ferrari brought a new specification rear wing to the Canadian Grand Prix, aimed to decreasing drag and increasing top speed – key to its fight with the swift Red Bull Formula 1 cars.

Ferrari: FIA didn't follow right F1 procedure with porpoising technical directive

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto says the FIA did not follow correct procedures in the way it tried to help solve Formula 1's porpoising problems.

How Sainz could have won the Canadian GP for Ferrari Canadian GP
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How Sainz could have won the Canadian GP for Ferrari

Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz treated Formula 1 fans to a thrilling finish in Montreal on Sunday as their 16-lap sprint went down to the wire.

Sainz: "Sending it" at final corner cost me second place to Alonso in qualifying

Carlos Sainz believes he could have scored a front row start for the Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix had his decision to “send it” late in Q3 not backfired.

Ferrari’s F1 reliability dramas just a ‘bump in the road’ says Sainz

Ferrari’s recent reliability woes should be viewed as just ‘a bump in the road’ of its Formula 1 recovery, says Carlos Sainz.

Leclerc questions why Ferrari’s efforts in taming F1 porpoising should be wasted

Charles Leclerc does not understand why Ferrari’s hard work in taming porpoising on its Formula 1 car should be thrown ‘in the bin’ because of rivals’ calls for FIA intervention.

Ferrari reveals Leclerc's Baku F1 engine is "beyond repair"

Ferrari has revealed the Formula 1 power unit that blew up and eliminated leader Charles Leclerc in the Azerbaijan Grand Prix is “beyond repair”, setting him up for potential grid penalties.

Where a key Leclerc strength is obscuring the true nature of F1 2022

OPINION: After clinching pole in Baku, Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc ended the first third of Formula 1 2022 with six poles to one each for his Red Bull rivals. But this doesn’t reflect important traits differentiating the season’s leading cars – here’s why

Ferrari: New F1 rear wing cuts speed deficit to Red Bull

Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto says the team's a new low drag rear wing deployed in Baku improved the F1-75’s straightline speed and performance and cut the deficit to Red Bull.

Would Leclerc have won in Baku had his Ferrari survived?

Charles Leclerc's second engine problem in three races meant Max Verstappen had a free run to claim his fifth win of the 2022 Formula 1 season. Whether Leclerc would have been able to repel the Red Bull driver's charge on much older tyres is a question we'll never know the answer to. However, there are some clues from the in-race data that we can infer from

Ferrari prefers fast unreliable F1 car rather than other way around

Ferrari Formula 1 boss Mattia Binotto says he would rather have the challenge of fixing an unreliable but competitive package than the other way around.

Ferrari lacking answers over F1 Azerbaijan GP engine problems

Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto says his Formula 1 team has no answers on the reliability problems that hit both Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz in the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.

Leclerc baffled by Ferrari’s F1 reliability woes after Baku DNF

Charles Leclerc does not understand why Ferrari's reliability has fallen apart since its strong start to the Formula 1 season, after retiring from the Azerbaijan Grand Prix on Sunday.

Unhappy Ferrari thinks FIA could go back on F1 pitlane line rules

Ferrari believes the FIA may change back its pitlane line rules in the wake of the precedent set by its protest against Red Bull at Formula 1's Monaco Grand Prix.

Leclerc: Still "question marks" over Ferrari and Red Bull F1 form in Baku

Charles Leclerc says there are still "question marks" over the true formbook after topping the times in Friday practice for Formula 1's Azerbaijan GP.

F1 Azerbaijan GP qualifying - Start time, how to watch & more

Charles Leclerc went quickest in Friday practice for Ferrari at the Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix. Here’s how and when to watch qualifying.

F1 Grand Prix practice results: Leclerc fastest in Azerbaijan GP on Friday

Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc was fastest during an incident-packed Azerbaijan Grand Prix practice on Friday, the eighth round of the 2022 Formula 1 World Championship.

Binotto: Ferrari's Monaco GP mistakes will make us stronger

Ferrari Formula 1 team principal Mattia Binotto believes that learning from the Monaco Grand Prix strategy errors “will make us stronger” as it vows to bounce back in Baku.

The F1 implications of Ferrari’s failed Red Bull Monaco F1 protest

The FIA’s rejection of Ferrari’s protest against Red Bull’s drivers may have settled the Monaco Grand Prix result, but it has prompted some debate about Formula 1’s rules going forward.

Ferrari wants "clear explanation" for Monaco GP strategy errors

Ferrari says it will take a detailed investigation back at its Maranello factory this week to fully understand why it made strategy blunders in Formula 1's Monaco Grand Prix.

Ferrari changes Sainz’s gearbox after Monaco F1 qualifying crash

Ferrari has confirmed it has changed the gearbox on Carlos Sainz’s Formula 1 car ahead of the Monaco Grand Prix following his qualifying crash on Saturday.

Leclerc doesn’t want to rely on F1 team orders in title fight

Charles Leclerc does not want to rely on team orders from Ferrari to help his bid for the Formula 1 world championship despite Red Bull making its intentions “clear”.

Sainz: Ferrari F1 struggles "deserves privacy", involves technical secrets

Carlos Sainz says he is struggling with the characteristics of Ferrari’s 2022 Formula 1 car, but that the specifics "deserve privacy" and will require "trial and error" to overcome.

Leclerc Spanish GP exit caused by Ferrari turbo, MGU-H failure

Ferrari has concluded that Charles Leclerc’s retirement from Formula 1’s Spanish Grand Prix was triggered by a failure of his turbo and MGU-H.

Ferrari: No warning of Leclerc’s "sudden" Spain F1 power unit failure

Ferrari says the power unit failure that put Charles Leclerc out of Formula 1’s Spanish Grand Prix came out of the blue, with no prior warning of problems.

F1 Spanish Grand Prix – Start time, how to watch, & more

Charles Leclerc will start from pole position for the Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix after topping qualifying. Here's how and when you can watch the race.

F1 Grand Prix qualifying results: Leclerc takes Spanish GP pole

Ferrari's Charles Leclerc took pole position for the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona, the sixth round of the 2022 Formula 1 World Championship, bouncing back from an early Q3 spin.

Fuel system issue forces Ferrari into Sainz F1 chassis change

Ferrari has been forced into changing the chassis for Carlos Sainz’s Formula 1 car ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix due to a fuel system issue that emerged on Friday.

Video: How Schumacher scored his first Ferrari F1 win - 1996 Spanish GP
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Video: How Schumacher scored his first Ferrari F1 win - 1996 Spanish GP

Michael Schumacher’s remarkable career at Ferrari encompassed 72 grands prix wins and five Formula 1 drivers’ titles.

The F1 rear wing differences between Red Bull and Ferrari

The lap time difference between Red Bull and Ferrari has been very small this year, but the two Formula 1 teams have taken a contrasting approach to set-ups.

Why the lack of “needle” between Red Bull and Ferrari in F1 2022 is a mirage

OPINION: The fight for the 2022 Formula 1 world titles between Red Bull and Ferrari so far features little of the public animosity that developed between the former and Mercedes last year. But that isn’t to say things are full on friendly or won’t get much worse very quickly…

Ferrari chasing answers over Miami low-speed anomaly

Ferrari says it is chasing answers as to why the low-speed advantage it has had all season was wiped away at Formula 1's Miami Grand Prix.

Ferrari: Red Bull F1 advantage is only around 0.2 seconds

Ferrari believes its deficit to Red Bull is only around 0.2 seconds per lap, as it sets about closing the gap to its Formula 1 rival.