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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.

Ferrari confident faster Red Bull can't maintain F1 upgrade spend

Ferrari believes that the faster Red Bull team will not be able to maintain spending on the aggressive upgrade push that has pulled it ahead in Formula 1.

The untold Gilles Villeneuve story from inside Ferrari

On the 40th anniversary of Gilles Villeneuve's death, Formula 1 remembers a legend of its history. In a freshly uncovered interview from 1996, Ferrari chief designer Harvey Postlethwaite provides insight into Villeneuve, his relationship with team-mate Didier Pironi and his impact at Ferrari

McLaren calls for FIA "transparency" over Ferrari tyre test floor swap

McLaren has called for "full transparency" from the FIA regarding the details of Ferrari's floor swap at the recent Imola Formula 1 tyre test, amid ongoing intrigue about the matter.

FIA gives Ferrari all-clear after Imola F1 tyre test probe

Ferrari has been given the all-clear by the FIA over it running different floors at last week's Imola Formula 1 tyre test.

Schumacher: New Sainz Ferrari F1 deal was "obvious step"

Mick Schumacher does not think Carlos Sainz’s new Formula 1 deal with Ferrari will "really change much" for him at Haas, saying it was an "obvious step" for the team.

Ferrari F1 mechanics welcomed Ricciardo apology, says Sainz

Carlos Sainz says he and his Ferrari Formula 1 mechanics thanked Daniel Ricciardo for having the decency to apologise for their first lap crash at Imola last weekend.

Ferrari has "no regrets" over Leclerc’s late Imola GP push for more

Ferrari has "no regrets" over its late-race attempt to help Charles Leclerc overhaul Sergio Perez in Formula 1’s Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, despite the spin that cost him a podium.

Ricciardo takes blame for first corner Imola F1 tangle with Sainz

McLaren Formula 1 driver Daniel Ricciardo has accepted blame for his first corner clash with Ferrari rival Carlos Sainz in the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix that ruined both drivers' races.

Leclerc: Ferrari needs to cure graining to win Imola F1 race

Charles Leclerc reckons he can retaliate against Max Verstappen and “fight for the win” in Formula 1’s Emilia Romagna Grand Prix if Ferrari can “cure” its sprint race tyre graining.

Sainz ‘wasn’t pushing that hard’ before Imola F1 qualifying crash

Carlos Sainz felt he wasn’t pushing hard prior to his Imola Formula 1 qualifying crash which he fears will cost him “quite a lot” through the rest of the weekend.

Sainz surprised he "lacked calmness to react properly" to Australian GP woes

Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz says he “lacked calmness to react properly” to the various issues that blighted his 2022 Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix, which he called a “character-building weekend”.

Leclerc: Ferrari can't look over its shoulder at Red Bull and Mercedes

Charles Leclerc believes Ferrari must not look over its shoulder and dwell on the developments planned by Formula 1 rivals Red Bull and Mercedes in their push to catch up.

Leclerc: Finding watch thieves isn't a "smooth" process

Ferrari Formula 1 driver Charles Leclerc has admitted that finding the thieves who snatched his watch on Monday is not going as "smooth" as has been reported.

Can Ferrari maintain its F1 title push?

Ferrari has enjoyed a great start to the 2022 campaign, and even Charles Leclerc has already mentioned the championship. But has Ferrari banished the problems of the recent past as it seeks a first Formula 1 drivers' title since 2007, or could the woes that thwarted Sebastian Vettel return to plague the Scuderia once more?

Ferrari extends Sainz's F1 deal to the end of 2024

Carlos Sainz Jr will remain with the Ferrari Formula 1 team until at least the end of the 2024 season after extending his contract with the Italian squad, it was announced on Thursday.

What history tells us about Leclerc’s early F1 championship lead

Formula 1’s return to Imola this weekend comes at a perfect time for Ferrari’s loyal Tifosi, who will be riding high from Charles Leclerc’s impressive start to the season.

Video: How Ferrari started winning in F1
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Video: How Ferrari started winning in F1

Ferrari is the most historic and successful of all Formula 1 teams, with 15 drivers’ titles and 16 constructors’ crowns putting it well ahead of its rivals. But it had to start somewhere.

The Ferrari diffuser tweak that offers clues to its F1 upgrade plans

Ferrari has emerged as the car to beat in Formula 1 this season, with Charles Leclerc winning two of the first three grands prix.

Leclerc: Ferrari can't allow pressure to influence F1 2022 approach

Charles Leclerc has cautioned that Ferrari shouldn't allow the increased spotlight on the team to cause extra pressure now it is leading both Formula 1 championships by a decent margin.

Ferrari’s new 296 GT3 car breaks cover in Fiorano shakedown test

Ferrari’s next-generation GT3 car, the 296, made its track debut at Fiorano on Tuesday, kicking off a development programme ahead of its racing debut in 2023.

The Verstappen path Leclerc seems to be following in F1 2022

OPINION: Charles Leclerc insists he has not made a step up in his Formula 1 performances from 2021 into his early domination of 2022. But he does admit to there being one key difference compared to his past at Ferrari, which comes with striking similarity to the life of his closest on-track rival so far this year

Leclerc had "no idea where track limits were" in F1 qualifying due to setting sun

Ferrari's Charles Leclerc had "zero idea where the limit of the track was" due to the setting sun late in the disrupted Melbourne Formula 1 qualifying, where he grabbed pole.

Leclerc frustrated by “Charles 2.0” suggestions over 2022 F1 form

Ferrari Formula 1 driver Charles Leclerc has refuted suggestions that his winning form in 2022 reflects a transition to a “2.0” version of himself.

Marko: Sainz on the backfoot for Ferrari a "disadvantage" for Red Bull

Red Bull says its Formula 1 world championship hopes are not being helped by Carlos Sainz Jr so far failing to match Ferrari team-mate Charles Leclerc’s form.

Binotto: Ferrari much better prepared for F1 title fight than in 2018

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto thinks his team is in a much better place to fight for the Formula 1 world championship than when it lost its grip on the 2018 season.

Sainz: Saudi Arabian GP lessons key to understand Ferrari F1 car struggles

Carlos Sainz Jr believes the lessons from the Saudi Arabia Formula 1 race weekend will help him better understand his early-season struggles with Ferrari’s new 2022 car.

Binotto: Leclerc driving like someone who can win F1 title

Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto thinks Charles Leclerc is driving at the level of a Formula 1 world championship contender after taking first and second in 2022's pair of opening races.

Ferrari believes Red Bull's Saudi F1 downforce choice "merits analysis"

Ferrari thinks it needs to conduct some detailed analysis about its downforce level choices, after Charles Leclerc lost out to Max Verstappen in Formula 1's Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.

Sainz: Fridays will now be more experimental after pace improvement

Carlos Sainz Jr will be more “experimental” during Friday free practice sessions at future races following the Ferrari Formula 1 driver’s upturn in qualifying speed in Saudi Arabia.

Why Ferrari might rue costly errors in Jeddah as the leaders get closer

With the Formula 1 weekend in Saudi Arabia now going ahead as planned, there's the small matter of a race to prepare for. After winning in Bahrain, Ferrari is looking to continue its battle with Red Bull over the victory spoils. But, after both drivers crashed in FP2, the Scuderia has made life difficult for itself in Jeddah

Ferrari chasing answers over Red Bull’s top speed advantage

The Ferrari Formula 1 team says it is trying to get a better understanding of why Red Bull was so much quicker than it on the straights in Bahrain.

Ferrari drivers say Jeddah F1 track changes not big enough

Carlos Sainz Jr reckons Formula 1 drivers must keep improving their working relationship with the FIA amid complaints that safety modifications at Jeddah are the "smallest ever".

Sainz: Ferrari engineers have "interesting theories" on closing gap to Leclerc

Carlos Sainz Jr says his Ferrari Formula 1 engineers have come up with some "interesting theories" on how he can close the gap to team-mate Charles Leclerc.

Leclerc joked with Ferrari pits about last lap F1 engine problem

Bahrain Grand Prix winner Charles Leclerc played a last-lap joke on his Ferrari Formula 1 engineers that he had been hit by an unexpected engine problem.

The unseen Verstappen problem that ensured Leclerc's Bahrain GP win

Max Verstappen’s fight for victory in the opening race of Formula 1’s new era and his first as defending world champion was ultimately ended by a fuel pump problem, although an unseen mechanical woe became key to him losing out to Charles Leclerc at the Bahrain Grand Prix

Sainz reaches agreement over new Ferrari F1 contract

Carlos Sainz Jr has reached an agreement with Ferrari for a new Formula 1 contract, as he bids to bounce back from his most difficult weekend with the team.

Binotto: Ferrari cannot afford wrong step in looming F1 development war

Ferrari says it cannot afford to make a wrong step with the development of its new Formula 1 car now, if it is to keep up its strong start to the 2022 season.