Ferrari mustered a mere 131 points compared to over 500 in 2019, and came in an embarrassing sixth in the constructors table.
Formula 1 2020: Ferrari chief Mattia Binotto heads back to Italy after falling ill before Abu Dhabi GP
Binotto is heading home this weekend and will not be working from the factory, according to reports. He is understood to be staying home and resting.
Horner said Ferrari’s decision was encouraging for F1 and everyone involved in the business end of the sport.
Ferrari team chief Mattia Binotto spoke of how Vettel reacted: "Did Seb get in the way? No. He did not hang up the phone...He was never negative – instead he was pro-active and he was a very respectable person."
Leclerc came home fourth and four-time champion Vettel 10th, a result that extended the German’s season-long run of defeats by his teammate
Formula 1 2020: Ferrari chief Mattia Binotto says team looking to put 'worst of days' behind at Mugello
Ferrari also finished outside the points in the previous race in Belgium and the second successive double flop dropped them to sixth in the constructors' championship.
Formula 1 2020: Ferrari's Mattia Binotto admits he considered future with team after disappointing start to season
Mattia Binotto said he believed he retained the support of Ferrari's board and in particular chairman John Elkann and CEO Louis Camilleri.
Formula 1 2020: Mattia Binotto says Ferrari in the middle of a ‘storm’ ahead of home Italian GP, but denies ‘crisis’
Ferrari’s 2020 slump reached a new low on Saturday when after Vettel wound up last in third and final practice, the team faced the prospect of failing to progress from Q3 in qualifying.
Formula 1 2020: Charles Leclerc warns Ferrari fans to not expect ‘any miracles’ at Belgian Grand Prix
Leclerc admitted he and the team had no explanation for the team's slump in form this season — ahead of the next two races which are scheduled to take place on homeground in Italy.
Formula 1: Charles Leclerc apologises to Ferrari for first-lap collision with teammate Sebastian Vettel
Charles Leclerc's car was tipped onto Vettel’s after he tried a lunge down the inside of the German and hit a kerb in the turn three incident.
Instead of closing the gap to front-runner Mercedes this season, Ferrari's SF1000 car looks slower than last year and is also in danger of slipping behind other teams.
Formula 1 managing director Ross Brawn says Sebastian Vettel is bound to be distracted by Ferrari axe
Vettel, a four-times world champion with Red Bull, qualified only 11th at the Red Bull Ring and then tangled with McLaren’s Carlos Sainz in the race, finishing 10th for the final point on offer.
The Ferrari Driver Academy (FDA) will set up a new development programme in Sydney as they look to develop regional talent for the future, Motorsport Australia said on Friday.
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.
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.
Seven of Formula One’s 10 teams united in a joint statement on Wednesday threatening legal action against a confidential settlement between the governing FIA and Ferrari over the Italian team’s 2019 power unit.
Formula 1 2020: Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto says 'others are faster than us,' promises team will improve over season
On Wednesday, the first day all of the 2020 cars were out on track together, Charles Leclerc of Ferrari managed only the 11th fastest time
Formula 1 2020: Sebastian Vettel annoyed by talk of him losing ground in Ferrari with Charles Leclerc's rise
Sebastian Vettel is no longer the main man at Ferrari but the German, a four-times world champion, does not accept that his stock has waned.
Formula 1: Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto says Sebastian Vettel is ahead of Lewis Hamilton for 2021 seat
Vettel started last season as the clear number one at Ferrari, the sport’s most successful team but without a title in 12 years, only for Leclerc to take more wins, poles, podiums and points.
Formula 1 announce auction for Australian bushfire relief, items to include players' gear, meet-and-greet experiences
Formula 1 said in a statement that drivers, teams, partners and the governing body were contributing exclusive items and experiences to be auctioned from Wednesday and running through to 16 February