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4dLaurence Edmondson

Arrivabene: 2016 Ferrari is a 'difficult to tame'

Maurizio Arrivabene insists the full potential of this year's Ferrari has yet to be realised and is confident of securing more than three wins before the end of 2016.

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8dNate Saunders

Prost: Dropping Kimi risks unsettling Ferrari

Four-time world champion Alain Prost thinks Ferrari must consider the "ambience" of the team when deciding whether to drop Kimi Raikkonen for 2017.

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8dNate Saunders

Arrivabene: Ferrari can claim title with one win

Maurizio Arrivabene believes one victory could be enough for Ferrari to win the 2016 drivers' title if it remains consistent and keeps the pressure on Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton.

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9dLaurence Edmondson

Allison: 2017 cars already better looking

Ferrari technical director James Allison says his team's early work under the 2017 regulations is already producing a better looking car for next season.

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10dLaurence Edmondson

Vettel: Ferrari still catching up with expectations

Sebastian Vettel believes Ferrari will start to extract more potential from its 2017 car soon, but admits the Italian team has fallen short of its high expectations so far.

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11dLaurence Edmondson

Ferrari: Car did not match talent of drivers

Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene admits his team's car did not match the talent of its drivers at the Grand Prix of Europe in Baku.

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12dNate Saunders

Kimi: Vettel swap could have been done better

Kimi Raikkonen thinks Ferrari's decision to move him over for Sebastian Vettel could have been done better after he missed out on a podium in Azerbaijan.

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13dLaurence Edmondson

Raikkonen: Not the best but we'll take it

Kimi Raikkonen is happy to be starting on the second row of the grid for the Grand Prix of Europe, despite knowing Ferrari could have done better.

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13dNate Saunders

Vettel baffled by gap to Mercedes in Baku

Sebastian Vettel does not think 1.2s is a fair reflection of the gap between Mercedes and Ferrari after seeing the world champions claim pole by a comfortable margin in Baku.

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14dLaurence Edmondson

Vettel: Gap to Mercedes 'not good news'

Sebastian Vettel says Ferrari only understands part of the reason for the 1.996s gap to Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton in second practice at the Grand Prix of Europe.

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14dNate Saunders

Raikkonen: Ferrari struggling over one lap

Kimi Raikkonen admits Ferrari is struggling to warm its tyres over one lap after finishing Friday practice a long way off the pace of Mercedes.

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17dNate Saunders

Montezemolo: F1 must consider life after Bernie

Former Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo thinks F1 will need "three different but clear owners" to replace Bernie Ecclestone when he steps back from running the sport.

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17dNate Saunders

Vettel: Ferrari's strategy calls better than most

Sebastian Vettel thinks Ferrari tends to make better choices on strategy than its rivals despite the call which contributed to him losing the Canadian Grand Prix.

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18dLaurence Edmondson

Raikkonen explains how his race unraveled

Kimi Raikkonen's lacklustre performance at the Canadian Grand Prix stemmed from a botched strategy call and the need to save fuel later in the race.

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