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Ferrari risks 'chaos' if it shakes up F1 team too much after problems

Ferrari risks opening the door to 'chaos' if it shakes up its organisation too much in response to the failures that have wrecked its Formula 1 championship ambitions, claims Force India

Aston Martin’s Mid-Engined Ferrari/McLaren Rival Is a Go

- We’ve previously told you about Aston Martin’s aspiration to create a mid-engined supercar that will be a direct rival to Ferrari, McLaren, and Lamborghini. Now we can confirm that the project..
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Videos for Formula 1: Ferrari

News video: Lewis Hamilton Extends F1 Lead

Lewis Hamilton Extends F1 Lead 00:44

(CNN)Lewis Hamilton took full advantage of rival Sebastian Vettel's misfortune to win the Japanese Grand Prix Sunday and extend his advantage in the F1 title race to a commanding 59 points. Just six..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

News video: Red Bull Formula 1 racers wary of competition

Red Bull Formula 1 racers wary of competition 01:04

Formula One drivers Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo attended an event in Tokyo and said while they are happy with the win in Malaysia on Sunday, the team still faces tough competition from Mercedes..
Source: Reuters - Sports -

News video: Flying Dutchman Gets 2nd Career Win

Flying Dutchman Gets 2nd Career Win 00:33

(CNN)Dutchman Max Verstappen secured the second victory of his burgeoning Formula One career with a flawless drive to win the final Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang Sunday. Verstappen, who celebrated his..
Source: Wochit News -

News video: Lewis Hamilton gains 70th pole

Lewis Hamilton gains 70th pole 00:40

Briton’s Lewis Hamilton has gained his seventieth pole position in Formula One, driving for Mercedes in Malaysia. He’d been sixth on Friday and only fifth in Saturday’s final practice but he..
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News video: Michael Schumacher’s 2001 F1 Championship Ferrari Will Cost You $4 Million

Michael Schumacher’s 2001 F1 Championship Ferrari Will Cost You $4 Million 00:35

If you want this F1 Grand prix-winning Ferrari from Michael Schumacher, it's going to cost you $4 million. The 2001 Ferrari F2001 is up for sale and is still in perfect usable condition. 
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Raikkonen refuses to give up on Ferrari's F1 season

[South Africa], Oct 18 (ANI): Finish driver Kimi Raikkonen has insisted that Ferrari would continue to push until the last lap of the last race despite losing significant points to Mercedes in the
Sify Also reported by •DNA

F1 News: Lewis Hamilton sack threat, Ferrari under huge pressure, pink tyres in USA

f1 news: lewis hamilton sack threat, ferrari under huge pressure, pink tyres in usa
STARSPORT brings you all the latest F1 news with the United States Grand Prix this weekend.
Daily Star

Ex-Ferrari man Marmorini assisting Aston Martin on F1 project

Former Ferrari engine chief Luca Marmorini is working with Aston Martin as part of its evaluation of a Formula 1 project for 2021

Kimi Raikkonen: Ferrari can still win any of 2017's last four GPs

Kimi Raikkonen believes Ferrari can win any of the 2017 Formula 1 season's remaining four grands prix if it can eliminate mistakes and get on top of its reliability problems

Aston staff recruits with F1 'brainpower' include Ferrari personnel

Aston Martin has recruited staff with Formula 1 experience, including personnel from Ferrari, as it continues to evaluating entering the championship as an engine supplier

F2 champion and Ferrari F1 junior Leclerc won't enter Macau F3 GP

Ferrari Formula 1 junior driver and newly crowned 2017 Formula 2 champion Charles Leclerc will not compete at this year's Macau Formula 3 Grand Prix

Vettel felt he let Ferrari F1 team down with Baku Hamilton clash

Sebastian Vettel has confessed to feeling that he had let the Ferrari Formula 1 team down when he lost his temper in Baku and banged wheels with Lewis Hamilton

Non-listed F1 parts from Ferrari would provide 'huge' step - Sauber

Frederic Vasseur says taking non-listed parts from Ferrari would help Sauber make a "huge" step, as he weighs up the extent to which the two Formula 1 outfits will collaborate

Vettel: 'Too much noise' around Marchionne's Ferrari F1 comments

Sebastian Vettel insists that Sergio Marchionne has never been unfair in his criticisms of Ferrari in Formula 1, but people make "too much noise" about his comments

Ferrari working on shake-up to improve F1 quality control

The Ferrari Formula 1 team has drafted in Maria Mendoza from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles to reorganise its quality control department

Ferrari F1 woe part of huge development step from 2016 - Toto Wolff

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff believes Ferrari's recent troubles in Formula 1 are likely to be a result of it pushing the limits to make an "exceptional" step from 2016

Lewis Hamilton drops Ferrari hints after boarding red jet

lewis hamilton drops ferrari hints after boarding red jet
Lewis Hamilton has been flying high in recent weeks, with his stunning form taking him a giant step closer to winning a fourth Formula One world championship.

Spark plug that hit Sebastian Vettel's title bid cost £52

spark plug that hit sebastian vettel's title bid cost £52
Ferrari have revealed that the faulty spark plug that has cost Sebastian Vettel a shot at the Formula One drivers' championship cost just £52, in a car that is worth millions.

US GP: Ferrari/Mercedes diverge slightly on tyre choices

Formula 1 world championship rivals Mercedes and Ferrari have opted for marginally different choices for the United States Grand Prix

Ferrari chief insists F1 season not over despite Lewis Hamilton championship lead

ferrari chief insists f1 season not over despite lewis hamilton championship lead
FERRARI president Sergio Marchionne has insisted the 2017 F1 season is not over despite Lewis Hamilton holding a massive lead over Sebastian Vettel.
Daily Star

Marchionne: Ferrari punished for 'ignoring' quality control

Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne says his team has paid the price for 'ignoring' quality control, but is adamant it is not too late to rescue its Formula 1 season

The season is not lost for Ferrari, says Marchionne

LONDON (Reuters) - Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne praised his Formula One team's progress on Monday and said the season was not lost despite a string of setbacks in recent races.
SBS Also reported by •Reuters

Ross Brawn feels sympathy for Ferrari amid 2017 F1 title 'nightmare'

Formula 1 sporting boss and ex-Ferrari technical chief Ross Brawn says he has sympathy for Ferrari as it comes away from a "nightmare" period that has derailed its 2017 title hopes.

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