Vettel confident he can close gap to Red Bull
Sebastian Vettel believes his Ferrari is capable of closing the gap to the pace-setting Red Bulls at the Monaco Grand Prix this weekend.
Ferrari's Halo mirrors banned by FIA
The structure Ferrari mounted to the Halo of its F1 car to incorporate its rear-view mirrors at the Spanish Grand Prix has been banned.
Ferrari mounts mirrors to Halo
Ferrari has unveiled the most creative use of Formula One's Halo device so far, having mounted its rear-view mirrors to the side of the structure, while McLaren has turned heads in the Barcelona paddock with a radical new front wing.
Ferrari president encouraged by F1's 'change of attitude'
Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne says Formula One's latest vision for 2021 has some "potentially workable" elements which could help keep the Italian company in the sport long-term.
Vettel: I saw a gap and went for it
Sebastian Vettel has no regrets about his failed attempted overtake on Valtteri Bottas which saw him drop from second to fourth in the closing laps of the Azerbaijan Grand Prix
Vettel: The car just kept getting better
Sebastian Vettel said his confidence around Baku's tight city circuit grew as Saturday progressed, helping him claim pole position for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
Kimi annoyed after 'painful' error ruins pole shot
Kimi Raikkonen said he only has himself to blame for the mistake which appeared to cost him pole position at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
Lewis: Respect for Vettel has grown since Baku 2017
Lewis Hamilton says his respect for Sebastian Vettel has grown considerably since the pair clashed at the 2017 Azerbaijan Grand Prix less than a year ago.
Assessing Ricciardo's options for 2019
With mounting speculation about Daniel Ricciardo's next move beyond 2018, we look at and analyse the options open to him for next year.
Ferrari chairman reiterates F1 quit threat
Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne has issued a reminder of what's at stake in Formula One's discussions over the future by reaffirming the Italian company's threat to quit if decisions are made which it feels "distort" the sport.
Vettel questions timing of Safety Car in China
Sebastian Vettel was confused by the timing of the race-altering Safety Car in China, saying it was "not right" that it was deployed when the leaders were unable to react.
Vettel impressed with Verstappen's swift apology
Sebastian Vettel has praised Max Verstappen for immediately finding him after the Chinese Grand Prix to apologise for their collision in the closing stages of race.
Hill: Qualifying felt like the fall of Mercedes' F1 empire
Former world champion-turned TV pundit Damon Hill said Ferrari's comprehensive qualifying display in China, where Mercedes was unable to challenge for pole, felt like "empires rising and falling".
Kimi: Halo acted as useful sun visor in Australia
After months of debate over the pros and cons of the Halo, the new safety device provided drivers with an unexpected benefit during the Australian Grand Prix.
Mercedes admits software cost shot at victory
Mercedes admits it got its math wrong at the Australian Grand Prix, costing Lewis Hamilton a possible victory at the opening round of the season.
Lewis to Vettel: Late lap was to wipe the smile off your face
The competitive edge between the Formula One grid's two world champions, Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel, was clear to see after the former claimed pole for the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.
Vettel names 2018 F1 car 'Loria'
Sebastian Vettel's tradition of naming his Formula One cars has continued with the christening of 'Loria', his 2018 Ferrari.
Vettel confident Ferrari has 'quite a lot' of pace in hand
Sebastian Vettel is confident Ferrari did not show anything close to its true performance in the opening practice sessions for the Australian Grand Prix.
Vettel: Mercedes the favourites... for now
Ferrari may not have set the benchmark during winter testing but it hasn't stopped Sebastian Vettel from labeling his car "great" ahead of the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.
Merc urges F1: Take Ferrari quit threat seriously
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says Formula One risks playing with fire if it does not take Ferrari's threat to quit the sport seriously.
Mercedes convinced 2018 will be a three-way fight
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff is expecting the 2018 Formula One season to be a tense three-way battle between his team, Ferrari and Red Bull.
F1 team-by-team preview: The top half
The second part of ESPN's team-by-team preview for the 2018 Formula One season looks at the top five from last year's championship standings, including the three teams most likely to fight for the title.
McLaren slams Ferrari for breaking 'gentleman's agreement'
McLaren has accused Ferrari of breaking a gentleman's agreement with the signing of the FIA's safety director Laurent Mekies.
FIA explains plans to clamp down on oil burning
The FIA is confident new regulations this year will be successful in catching teams that attempt to burn oil in the engine's combustion chamber to gain a power advantage.
Todt keen to remove Ferrari's veto
FIA president Jean Todt is against extending Ferrari's veto over Formula One's regulations when the current commercial deals tying the sport together expire at the end of 2020.
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