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22hNate Saunders

Vettel to headline Schumacher charity game

Sebastian Vettel is set to captain a charity soccer match in honour of Michael Schumacher against a team led by German NBA legend Dirk Nowitzki.

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4dLaurence Edmondson

Vettel 'convinced' 2016 title still possible

Sebastian Vettel says he and Ferrari are still in the fight for the world championship this year despite not scoring a victory at the first five races.

5dLaurence Edmondson

Arrivabene: Axe rumours aim to create tension

Maurizio Arrivabene says speculation about his future at Ferrari is being whipped up by those intending to put the team off its stride.

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5dLaurence Edmondson

Vettel doesn't mind losing records to Verstappen

Sebastian Vettel insists he is not fussed about 18-year-old Max Verstappen beating his record to become the youngest ever winner in F1.

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6dNate Saunders

Vettel brushes off 2017 Rosberg-Ferrari rumours

On hearing reports of Nico Rosberg "flirting" with Ferrari over a 2017 drive, Sebastian Vettel jokes: "As long as he's not flirting with me it's good news!"

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7dNate Saunders

Vettel fastest on first day of Barcelona test

Sebastian Vettel returned Ferrari back to the top of the timing screens as he went fastest in the opening day of this week's in-season test in Barcelona.

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7dNate Saunders

Ferrari using test to solve Barcelona struggles

Sebastian Vettel says Ferrari is using this week's Barcelona test to work out why it struggled so much in qualifying for last week's Spanish Grand Prix.

8dNate Saunders

Raikkonen: 'Scary' how young Verstappen is

Kimi Raikkonen -- who started his career racing against Jos Verstappen -- jokes about the age gap to Max after seeing the teen beat him to victory in Spain.

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9dLaurence Edmondson

Raikkonen disappointed with second place

Kimi Raikkonen was left disappointed after finishing second at the Spanish Grand Prix, despite moving up to second place in the drivers' championship as a result.

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9dNate Saunders

Alonso: No satisfaction seeing Ferrari off the pace

Fernando Alonso insists he takes no joy in seeing former team Ferrari struggling to match the lofty expectations of president Sergio Marchionne and threaten Mercedes for poles and victories.

10dLaurence Edmondson

Kimi admits Merc and Red Bull 'did a better job'

Kimi Raikkonen said Mercedes and Red Bull simply did a better job during qualifying for the Spanish Grand Prix after both Ferraris had to settle for the third row of the grid.

10dNate Saunders

Arrivabene: Kimi's future in his own hands

Maurizio Arrivabene says Kimi Raikkonen's future beyond 2017 will be dictated by his form this year, something the Ferrari boss has been impressed with so far.

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Kimi: Ferrari not far away from win

Kimi Raikkonen believes it will not be long before Ferrari starts achieving the results it expected heading into the 2016 season.

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22dLaurence Edmondson

Arrivabene: Ferrari can't blame bad luck

Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene says his team must look to address the human errors that have resulted in an 81-point gap opening up to Mercedes in the constructors' championship.

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