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Formula 1: Ferrari Chief Executive Officer Louis Camilleri resigns citing personal reasons
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Formula 1: Ferrari Chief Executive Officer Louis Camilleri resigns citing personal reasons

Camilleri has suffered from a severe bout of Covid-19 and only recently left the hospital to continue recovering at home.

Formula 1 2019: Charles Leclerc's defence, Sebastian Vettel's questionable decisions and more talking points from Italian GP
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Formula 1 2019: Charles Leclerc's defence, Sebastian Vettel's questionable decisions and more talking points from Italian GP

From Charles Leclerc's impressive rise through the ranks to Lewis Hamilton's pursuit of the young Ferrari talent, here are all the talking points from the Italian GP.

Hungarian Grand Prix: Sebastian Vettel bounces back to dominate and top practice; Lewis Hamilton fifth
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Hungarian Grand Prix: Sebastian Vettel bounces back to dominate and top practice; Lewis Hamilton fifth

Sebastian Vettel said he was relieved to be "back at work" following a difficult few days after he posted the fastest time for Ferrari in second practice for Hungarian Grand Prix.

Formula One is sport, not spectacle, says Ferrari, threatens to pull out if it goes in the 'direction of Nascar'
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Formula One is sport, not spectacle, says Ferrari, threatens to pull out if it goes in the 'direction of Nascar'

F1 owners Liberty Media had last week set out a five-point blueprint for the future of the sport — control of budgets and revenues, a new structure for governance, sporting and technical rules, engines, and overall costs

Formula One: Teams demand better deal from owners Liberty Media to prevent formation of breakaway series
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Formula One: Teams demand better deal from owners Liberty Media to prevent formation of breakaway series

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff on Friday urged Formula One owners Liberty Media and the sport's regulators FIA to come up with an improved deal to avoid a breakaway championship.

Formula One 2018 season: Sebastian Vettel carries Ferrari's hopes of ending decade-long world championship drought
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Formula One 2018 season: Sebastian Vettel carries Ferrari's hopes of ending decade-long world championship drought

Ferrari, the oldest, most glamorous and successful team came close last year, with Vettel leading through the opening 12 rounds before the challenge unravelled.

Google orders thousands of Pacifica hybrid minivans as it prepares to launch a self-driving car powered ride-hailing service
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Google orders thousands of Pacifica hybrid minivans as it prepares to launch a self-driving car powered ride-hailing service

FCA will provide Waymo with thousands of Pacifica hybrid minivans as Alphabet's self-driving unit begins rolling out its public ride-hailing service.

Formula One: How Sauber's partnership with Alfa Romeo is a boost for the team, their drivers and fans
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Formula One: How Sauber's partnership with Alfa Romeo is a boost for the team, their drivers and fans

For Sauber, the Alfa Romeo title sponsorship will boost their survival chances. But this announcement is also a win-win for everyone else in the sport.

Formula One: Alfa Romeo Sauber unveil slick car, confirm Marcus Ericsson, Charles Leclerc as drivers for 2018
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Formula One: Alfa Romeo Sauber unveil slick car, confirm Marcus Ericsson, Charles Leclerc as drivers for 2018

Alfa Romeo Sauber have confirmed that Sweden's Marcus Ericsson and young Frenchman Charles Leclerc will compete for the world title in their rebranded car in 2018.

Fiat Chrysler in talks with Hyundai on technical partnership: CEO Sergio Marchione
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Fiat Chrysler in talks with Hyundai on technical partnership: CEO Sergio Marchione

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is often the subject of merger speculation, especially after it's unsuccessful 2015 attempt to tie up with larger US rival GM.

Ferrari threaten to quit Formula One in 2020 if sport's owners implement new plans
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Ferrari threaten to quit Formula One in 2020 if sport's owners implement new plans

President Sergio Marchionne said F1 had been "part of our DNA since the day we were born" on a conference call discussing Ferrari's financial results on Thursday.

Formula 1: Ferrari could leave after 2020 if sport is not beneficial for brand, warns chairman Sergio Marchionne
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Formula 1: Ferrari could leave after 2020 if sport is not beneficial for brand, warns chairman Sergio Marchionne

Ferrari could quit Formula One after 2020 if the sport’s new owners take it in a direction contrary to the Italian sportscar maker’s interests, chairman Sergio Marchionne said.

Formula One: Lewis Hamilton credits surge in passion since British Grand Prix for claiming top position
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Formula One: Lewis Hamilton credits surge in passion since British Grand Prix for claiming top position

Hamilton said his success had come after a “real constant search and battle for perfection, which is what's been needed to overhaul the Ferraris because they've been exceptional all year long.”

Formula One: Kimi Raikkonen's contract extension with Ferrari raises hopes of seeing 'Iceman' at his best in 2018
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Formula One: Kimi Raikkonen's contract extension with Ferrari raises hopes of seeing 'Iceman' at his best in 2018

Raikkonen’s extension does come at a time when most pundits and possibly even a large faction of his fans would rather see him retire than play second fiddle to Vettel

Formula 1: Sebastian Vettel, Kimi Raikkonen expected to stay with Ferrari for 2018 season
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Formula 1: Sebastian Vettel, Kimi Raikkonen expected to stay with Ferrari for 2018 season

The Ferrari duo's easy relationship and shared sense of pragmatism has made them a good fit for the improved Italian outfit this year.

F1: Alfa Romeo could make a Formula 1 comeback
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F1: Alfa Romeo could make a Formula 1 comeback

Plans to revive the brand's image via a return to competitive motorsport

Fiat's Marchionne to take over as Ferrari chairman after Montezemolo quits
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Fiat's Marchionne to take over as Ferrari chairman after Montezemolo quits

Luca Cordero di Montezemolo will step down as chairman of Ferrari as of Oct. 13 and will be replaced by Sergio Marchionne, who also serves as the chief executive of parent group Fiat (FIA.MI).