How long will Leclerc respect team orders at Ferrari?
Ferrari's awful Melbourne performance coincided with its first use of team orders in 2019. Our F1 team picks through that and the other major talking points from the Australian Grand Prix.
Ferrari explains rationale behind Leclerc decision in Australia
After telling Charles Leclerc to hold station behind Sebastian Vettel in Australia, Ferrari decided not to give its wonderkid a chance to go for the new championship point available for fastest lap. Here's why it made both those calls.
Vettel: 'We should be better than this'
Sebastian Vettel seemed genuinely stunned by the gap to Mercedes in qualifying for the Australian Grand Prix and said Ferrari had to find improvements.
Where has Ferrari's pace gone in Australia?
Mercedes' dominance of Friday practice in Melbourne flew in the face of the narrative that formed over preseason that Ferrari is the team to beat. Laurence Edmondson analyses what happened.
Why you should be rooting for Leclerc or Bottas to win the Australian Grand Prix
The smart money says Ferrari and Mercedes will fight for victory at the opening race of 2019. A Melbourne victory for either Sebastian Vettel's or Lewis Hamilton's teammate would set up the season in perfect fashion.
The biggest issue facing each F1 team in 2019
Can Mercedes keep its F1 empire together? Will Ferrari finally do the right thing? Can Renault produce a season worthy of Daniel Ricciardo? A look at what each team is losing sleep over ahead of the Australian Grand Prix.
Has Vettel overcome the demons of 2018?
Unlike main rival Lewis Hamilton, Sebastian Vettel disappeared from the public eye after squandering the 2018 championship. Laurence Edmondson looks at whether he has done enough to avoid history repeating itself in 2019.
An F1 documentary lacking Ferrari and Mercedes? It's all the better for it
F1's new Netflix documentary lacks the championship's two main protagonists, but the focus on the likes of Haas' eccentric team boss Guenther Steiner means you barely notice.
Who's hot and who's not: Ferrari top, Haas rises, Alfa falls
A look at the 10 teams on the Formula One grid in the order preseason testing suggested they all sit on the eve of the Australian Grand Prix.
Why the evidence still puts Ferrari comfortably ahead of Mercedes
Despite the headline-grabbing 0.003-second gap between Ferrari and Mercedes on the final day of testing, a closer look at the data from pre-season still gives the Italian team a clear advantage ahead of Australian Grand Prix.
LIVE: Testing resumes in Barcelona
Follow every minute of pre-season testing as it resumes at Barcelona's Circuit de Catalunya. Can Ferrari continue its impressive start to pre-season or will Mercedes and Red Bull make headlines in week two?
Hulk quickest, but Ferrari finishes opening test on a high
Nico Hulkenberg finished the first test of 2019 at the top of the timesheets, but it was Ferrari who can leave with bragging rights after another impressive day at the Circuit de Catalunya.
Wolff fears 'nightmare' Brexit will give Ferrari F1 advantage
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff fears Brexit will be "the mother of all messes" and hurt the seven Formula One teams based in the U.K, strengthening Ferrari in the process.
Is this the car to end Ferrari's F1 title drought?
Ferrari has unveiled the car it hopes can halt Mercedes' recent dominance of Formula One and end its own decade-long wait for a championship.
Ferrari will prioritise Vettel over Leclerc in early races
Ferrari says Sebastian Vettel will get priority treatment over new teammate Charles Leclerc in the opening portion of the 2019 Formula One season.
Massa uses '10 year challenge' to recall crash
Felipe Massa has used the 'ten year challenge' to recall his near-fatal crash at the 2009 Hungarian Grand Prix.
Ferrari's move to appoint Binotto leaves key questions to be answered
Ferrari has confirmed technical chief Mattia Binotto has replaced Maurizio Arrivabene as team principal, a move which is not surprising given the team's recent failures to beat Mercedes to a championship.
Arrivabene calls Ferrari exit rumours 'fake news'
Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene says the rumours of his imminent departure from Ferrari were simply to 'create instability' within the team.
Rosberg: Vettel must focus on 'marginal gains' to beat Lewis
Nico Rosberg thinks Sebastian Vettel needs to step back and reanalyse his mental approach to race weekends if he wants to beat Lewis Hamilton to the Formula One championship in 2019.
Ferrari will 'challenge the impossible' in final 2018 races
Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene says the team will not give up on its 2018 championship hopes while mathematically still in the hunt.
Vettel inspired by 'unbroken' Ferrari spirit
Sebastian Vettel says it has been "inspirational" to see his Ferrari's teams spirit unaffected by its dramatic capitulation in the 2018 championship fight with Mercedes.
Hamilton: Media isn't showing Vettel enough respect
Lewis Hamilton jumps to the defence of title rival Sebastian Vettel after the implosion of his championship challenge, saying 'being humans we will make mistakes'.
Japan offered case study in Ferrari's failings
Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari's mistakes at the Japanese Grand Prix were borne out of an increasingly desperate situation that has slowly been developing since Singapore, writes Laurence Edmondson.
Max: Vettel should have been more careful
Max Verstappen defends his driving after being blamed by Sebastian Vettel for their incident in the early part of the Japanese Grand Prix.
Desperate Ferrari fails again
Ferrari just can't get anything right at the moment. A look at the main talking points from qualifying at Suzuka.
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