Mercedes aligned with Ferrari's stance on F1's future
Daimler chairman Dieter Zetsche says Mercedes and Ferrari are "100 percent aligned" on the future direction of Formula One.
Vettel: Ferrari fired up to beat Mercedes in 2018
Sebastian Vettel says Ferrari has learnt from its mistakes last year and is "fired up" to beat rivals Mercedes in the 2018 Formula One season.
McLaren: Expect off-track fireworks in F1 2018
McLaren boss Zak Brown is expecting "public fireworks" during the 2018 Formula One season as off-track negotiations intensify over the sport's future regulations.
Formula E chief doubts Ferrari will quit F1 - yet
Formula E CEO Alejandro Agag believes Ferrari's latest Formula One quit threat is nothing more than a tactical business ploy.
Red Bull outcast Kvyat secures Ferrari F1 role
Red Bull outcast Daniil Kvyat will remain involved in Formula One after being named as Ferrari's development driver for the 2018 season.
Ferrari needs to cure late 2017 'headaches'
Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene says the Scuderia needs to find a cure for the issues it faced last season if it is to fight Formula One rivals Mercedes for world championships this year.
Who is facing a make-or-break 2018 F1 season?
ESPN evaluates which drivers are facing a make-or-break 2018 Formula One season.
Mercedes open to idea of F1 B-Team
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has been impressed by Ferrari's "very visionary" link-up with Sauber and is considering implementing something similar for the world champions.
Marchionne expects Vettel to be less emotional in 2018
Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne is expecting Sebastian Vettel to be less emotional in 2018 and has told his driver it is "down to him" to get the job done next season.
Should F1 take Ferrari's quit threat seriously?
Ferrari has warned F1 to take its quit threat seriously, yet it remains difficult to imagine Sergio Marchionne pulling the Italian team out of the sport.
Ferrari adds talk of breakaway series to quit threat
Ferrari has urged Formula One bosses to take its quit threat seriously or risk "playing with fire".
Ferrari sets launch date for 2018 car
Ferrari will launch its 2018 car on February 22, four days before the first pre-season test in Barcelona.
Kimi: Only 'small changes' needed in 2018
Kimi Raikkonen says he only needs to change several "small things" in 2018 to return to winning ways.
F1 reviewing use of 'grid girls' at races
Formula One bosses are having a "strong review" about the sport's use of female promotional models.
Arrivabene: Ferrari must emulate Merc's winning mindset
Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene says his team can learn a lot from one of Mercedes' biggest strengths in its bid to win a championship.
Todt warns F1: Treat current manufacturers with care
Following Ferrari's threat to quit F1, FIA president Jean Todt has warned the sport's bosses not to "undervalue" its current manufacturers in the search for new ones.
2017 F1 awards: Overtake of the year
In the next of our awards for the 2017 F1 season, we look at how one driver ended long-standing misconceptions he cannot overtake with a move for the ages.
2017 F1 awards: Surprise of the year
In the first of a series of awards for 2017, ESPN looks at the team which belied muted pre-season expectations to mount a serious championship challenge -- Ferrari.
Ferrari warns F1: Take our quit threat seriously
Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne insists his company is serious about its threat to withdraw from Formula One if Liberty Media does not change its plans for the sport's immediate future.
Vettel will miss 'Gina', not looking forward to Halo
Sebastian Vettel will miss his 2017 Ferrari -- nicknamed Gina -- and is not looking forward to sitting behind a Halo head-protection device next year.
Ferrari's Santander deal comes to an end
Ferrari's sponsorship deal with Santander has come to an end after an eight year partnership with the Spanish bank.
Sauber confirms Alfa Romeo as title sponsor for 2018
The Alfa Romeo name will return to Fomula One as part of Sauber's partnership with Ferrari, starting from 2018.
Kimi: Boring F1 finale like endurance racing
Kimi Raikkonen says Formula One's season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix was more akin to endurance racing and became "boring" due to the need to save fuel.
Vettel: Ferrari was in no man's land in Abu Dhabi
Sebastian Vettel said he did not have the pace to attack Mercedes at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Sunday after finishing a distant third at the season finale.
Kimi: Tyre inconsistencies led to Q3 struggles
Kimi Raikkonen says tyre inconsisties led to his struggles during qualifying for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and prevented him from extracting the full performance potential from his Ferrari.
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