Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene denies he was feeling under pressure ahead of his team's second win of the season in Hungary on Sunday.
Kimi Raikkonen is certain he still has the speed to compete at the top level in Formula One and is hoping his poor run of results do not affect his future at Ferrari.
Technical chief James Allison says there is 'an awful lot more' Ferrari has to do before it can challenge outright for a championship despite victory in Hungary.
Kimi Raikkonen said his retirement from second place at the Hungarian Grand Prix was just one more disappointment on a long list this year.
Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene uses Sebastian Vettel's victory in Hungary as ammunition against the team's critics.
Moves level with Ayrton Senna's 41 F1 victories - the third most all-time - but says his main thoughts after Hungary win were with Jules Bianchi.
Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne dedicates Sebastian Vettel's Hungarian Grand Prix victory to the memory of former Driver Acadmy member Jules Bianchi.
Sebastian Vettel took Ferrari's second victory of the season at a dramatic Hungarian Grand Prix, which saw both Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg run into trouble.
Kimi Raikkonen said the water leak that limited his running time in Saturday morning practice hampered his preparations for qualifying at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
After edging Daniel Ricciardo for third on the grid, Sebastian Vettel is braced for a battle with both Red Bull and Williams in Hungary.
Sebastian Vettel laments lost time from Friday practice but thinks Ferrari knows the areas it needs to improve for qualifying in Hungary.
Finn suffered a bizarre front wing failure in morning session and expects Ferrari to find performance in time for qualifying after dropping behind Red Bull.
Sebastian Vettel believes Kimi Raikkonen is still one of the most skilled drivers in Formula One, despite his slump in from since returning to Ferrari.
Kimi Raikkonen says he is none the wiser about his future, but is confident he will be among the first to know when Ferrari makes a decision.
Daniel Ricciardo says there has been no direct contact with Ferrari since his name was first linked with the team before the British Grand Prix.
In the privacy of Shell's trackside laboratory, ESPN sat down briefly with Kimi Raikkonen to discuss both F1's future and his own.
Ferrari technical director has Mercedes in his sights and brushes off speculation about his future.
Ferrari asks fans to tweet tributes to Jules Bianchi, which it plans to use to decorate its 'garage tunnel' in Budapest during the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Former Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo says Jules Bianchi had been "chosen" as Kimi Raikkonen's replacement before his accident at Suzuka.
Despite being beaten to the podium by Ferrari at Silverstone, Rob Smedley thinks the early stages of the race proves Williams is now 'clearly the second quickest car' behind Mercedes.
Ricciardo plays down the rumours linking him with Kimi Raikkonen's seat in 2016.
Mercedes and Ferrari are willing to negotiate engine costs but have made clear they will not be able to just slash their prices at the FIA's request.
Sebastian Vettel expected more progress from Ferrari at the British Grand Prix, but is hoping Silverstone was blip rather than the start of a trend in the team's performance.
Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene has called for an end to speculation about Kimi Raikkonen's future.
Finn was one of four drivers to pit early for intermediates and the decision backfired, with the rain not intensifying further for another four laps.
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