Formula 1: Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton would make a 'super team' at Mercedes, believes ex-F1 chief Bernie Ecclestone
Former Formula 1 chief Bernie Ecclestone has said that Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton would make a “super team” at Mercedes if he ends up there and it might prove beneficial for the sport.
In an interview with the Formula 1 website, the 25-year-old driver thanked team bosses for their understanding and not standing in the way of his move to Maranello.
Formula 1: Fernando Alonso ready to make a comeback, says his former Renault team boss Flavio Briatore
The 38-year-old Spaniard left Formula 1 at the end of 2018 but is seen as a possible replacement for Australian Daniel Ricciardo, who is moving to McLaren in 2021.
Formula 1: Carlos Sainz could be 'surprise show' for Ferrari next year, feels his former F3 boss Trevor Carlin
Carlos Sainz could be a surprise package when he teams up with Charles Leclerc at Ferrari next year, according to the Spaniard’s former F3 boss Trevor Carlin.
Ferrari looking at entering North American IndyCar series, says Formula 1 Team Principal Mattia Binotto
Binotto said Formula One’s new budget cap of $145 million for teams from 2021 would lead to staff being made redundant and Ferrari was looking at options to ensure its employees retain their jobs, albeit in a different field.
Seven-time world champion and Ferrari great Schumacher defeated former chief of Formula 1 Bernie Ecclestone in the poll.
Formula 1: Carlos Sainz to replace Sebastian Vettel at Ferrari for 2021 season, to partner Charles Leclerc
Sainz, 25, will join Ferrari on a two-year deal after two seasons at McLaren, creating the youngest driver pairing in Ferrari’s recent history in the process.
Formula 1: Carlos Sainz on pole position to be Sebastian Vettel's replacement at Ferrari, Daniel Ricciardo also set for a move
It has been reported that talks between McLaren’s Sainz and Ferrari were at an advanced stage.
Sebastian Vettel - Ferrari to part ways: After five seasons, a promising partnership ends without much fancied World Championship
Vettel now joins an illustrious list of former world champions (Fernando Alonso and Alain Prost) who arrived at Ferrari with the expectation to win but couldn’t do so.
'Thank you for everything Seb': Twitter reacts to announcement that Sebastian Vettel will leave Ferrari at the end of 2020 season
Here's how twitter reacted to the news of Sebastian Vettel leaving Ferrari at the end of the year
Four-time Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel is set to quit Ferrari at the end of the year after contract talks broke down, German media reported late on Monday.
Formula One’s season has yet to start, with the first 10 races postponed or cancelled by the COVID-19 pandemic
Remembering Ayrton Senna: Formula 1 recalls triple world champion on Brazilian's 26th death anniversary
On 1 May, 1994, Formula 1 lost one of its great champions, Ayrton Senna.
Teams have agreed verbally to lower the 2021 budget cap from the $175 million set in the regulations to $145 million but some are pushing for further cuts to reflect the global financial crisis caused by COVID-19
Ferrari have said they remain committed to Formula One after reports that the sport’s oldest and most successful team could walk away if a proposed budget cap for 2021 was set too low.
Formula 1: Charles Leclerc says he will be happy if Sebastian Vettel stays at Ferrari despite last season's on-track clashes
Vettel, 32, is out of contract at the end of 2020 but Ferrari have said he is their first choice, subject to negotiations, to partner the young Monegasque whose deal runs until 2024.
Ferrari rolls out coronavirus testing to get staff ready for work; to serve as blueprint for manufacturers to resume production
Under its “Back on Track” project, Ferrari staff, families and suppliers first take blood tests to see if they’re clear and will then be given an app which will alert them if they’ve been in close contact with any scheme members who contract COVID-19.
Formula 1 2020: Lewis Hamilton denies talks of 'dream' move to Ferrari, says he's right where he belongs
Six times Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton has dismissed talk of a ‘dream move’ to Ferrari being dashed, saying he was already with his dream team at Mercedes and not seeking to leave.
Charles Leclerc won his second successive Formula One esports race with victory in a virtual Chinese Grand Prix on Sunday, and then celebrated at home by cooking himself a plate of plain pasta.
Ferrari have said Vettel remains their first choice to partner young Monegasque Charles Leclerc but reports in Italy have suggested they want an answer by the end of April to ensure potential replacements are still available