Ferrari 'there or thereabouts' heading into qualifying
Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen expect Ferrari to be "there or thereabouts" come qualifying for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix following Friday practice in Baku.
Raikkonen prepared to assist Vettel's title challenge
Kimi Raikkonen is prepared to help Ferrari teammate Sebastian Vettel to this year's drivers' title once he is no longer in contention of winning it himself.
Ten days of 24/7 work behind Mercedes' turnaround
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has revealed his team worked 24 hours solid for ten days in a row in order to understand its issues following the Monaco Grand Prix and return to victory in Canada.
Vettel: Ocon overtake required 'full risk'
Sebastian Vettel says his overtaking move on Esteban Ocon in the closing stages of the Canadian Grand Prix required a big risk, but dismissed Ocon's suggestion it was unfair.
Hamilton dominates, Vettel limits the damage
After an action-packed Canadian Grand Prix, ESPN rounds up the main talking points from the seventh race of the season.
Lewis: Ferrari fight bringing best out of Mercedes
Lewis Hamilton says his pole position at the Canadian Grand Prix shows how hard Mercedes is being made to work in the fight against Ferrari.
Ricciardo: Mercedes 'won't have it easy' in Canadian GP
Daniel Ricciardo hopes Red Bull will be able to close in on Mercedes and Ferrari in Sunday's Canadian Grand Prix, despite being over a full second off the pace in qualifying.
Vettel: Hamilton was the better man today
Sebastian Vettel said a slide in Turn 2 proved costly in his attempt to take pole position at the Canadian Grand Prix, but admitted Lewis Hamilton was ultimately the faster driver on Saturday afternoon.
Raikkonen 'paid the price' for early mistakes
Kimi Raikkonen says he "paid the price" for failing to find a good rhythm in qualifying as he settled for fourth on the grid for the Canadian Grand Prix.
Kimi: Don't make a big story out of practice
Kimi Raikkonen has played down suggestions his pace in Friday practice at the Canadian Grand Prix is proof of a sudden return to form.
Bottas: Mercedes has 'work to do' on ultra-softs
Valtteri Bottas says Mercedes has "work to do" in order to get the best out of Pirelli's ultra-soft compound and compete with Ferrari for pole position at the Canadian Grand Prix.
Arrivabene dismisses notion of Ferrari favouritism
Ferrari team boss Maurizio Arrivabene says he laughed at suggestions his team favoured Sebastian Vettel over Kimi Raikkonen at the Monaco Grand Prix.
Kimi: My Ferrari contract is none of your business
Kimi Raikkonen insists nothing in his Ferrari contract has changed following the Monaco Grand Prix
Vettel: Hard work is behind Ferrari success
Sebastian Vettel says hard work is the key to Ferrari's consistency this year and has played down theories his car naturally suits every track.
Kimi: I'm still free to race Vettel on equal terms
Kimi Raikkonen insists he remains free to race Ferrari teammate Sebastian Vettel on equal terms despite losing the Monaco Grand Prix to a questionable strategy.
Vettel: Ferrari are just enjoying the moment
Sebastian Vettel insists he is still not dwelling on his chances of winning a fifth world championship in 2017 despite his healthy lead over Lewis Hamilton.
Lauda: Mercedes needs a Vettel DNF to win title
Niki Lauda thinks Mercedes needs Sebastian Vettel to retire "at least once" in the remaining 14 races of 2017 to stop the Ferrari driver running away with the championship.
Giovinazzi to get seven FP1 runs with Haas
Ferrari reserve Antonio Giovinazzi will take part in seven practice sessions throughout 2017 with Haas, the third Formula One team he will have driven for this year.
Did Ferrari really favour Vettel over Raikkonen?
The suspicion on Sunday evening was that Sebastian Vettel's victory at the Monaco Grand Prix was as much engineered by the Ferrari pit wall as it was earned on track. We crunch the numbers to see if Ferrari really did favour Vettel.
Wolff dismisses Ferrari 'orchestrated' Vettel win
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has dismissed the suggestion Formula One rivals Ferrari favoured Sebastian Vettel by orchestrating his Monaco Grand Prix victory over teammate Kimi Raikkonen.
Hamilton: Vettel is clearly Ferrari's No.1 driver
Lewis Hamilton believes it is clear Ferrari has chosen Sebastian Vettel as its No.1 driver after the German's strategy at the Monaco Grand Prix saw him beat Kimi Raikkonen to victory.
Vettel: Switch with Raikkonen wasn't planned
Sebastian Vettel has played down suggestions the Ferrari pit wall orchestrated his victory over teammate Kimi Raikkonen at the Monaco Grand Prix.
Raikkonen: I had to trust Ferrari's strategy
Kimi Raikkonen was unable to explain the thinking behind his pit stop strategy at the Monaco Grand Prix, saying he had to trust in the Ferrari strategists' decision to change tyres when he did.
Marchionne praises 'real' Ferrari victory
Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne has praised his team for taking a long awaited Monaco Grand Prix victory, in a race he says will be remembered in the Scuderia's history.
Vettel extends title lead over Hamilton with Monaco win
Sebastian Vettel took Ferrari's first victory on the streets of Monte-Carlo since 2001 with a comfortable victory at the Monaco Grand Prix ahead of Ferrari teammate Kimi Raikkonen.
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