Abu Dhabi (3rd)
Two months after the chequered flag fell on 2015, F1 resumed track action on Monday for wet-tyre testing at the Paul Ricard circuit.
Ferrari, McLaren and Red Bull in action on Monday for first time in 2016 at two-day wet weather tyre test in France.
Ferrari, Red Bull and McLaren will take part in a wet weather test for Pirelli at Paul Ricard at the end of January.
Maurizio Arrivabene said he'd "run barefoot in the hills of Maranello" if Scuderia won four races but is happy enough with three.
Throughout 2015, Sky Sports have rated the drivers out of 10 following each Grand Prix of the season, but who came out on top?
Which drivers proved their pace over a single lap in their 2015 intra-team qualifying battles?
Kimi Raikkonen admits he has been "pretty average" in 2015 and that his performance level is "far away from what it should be".
The Sky F1 pundits have their say on Kimi Raikkonen and explain why, despite his poor results, Ferrari are happy to keep him...
Maurizio Arrivabene expects Ferrari to be ahead of Mercedes next season, when they'll improve “every single part” of their car.
Kimi Raikkonen is confident his results will pick up soon, and has denied he has developed a feud with Valtteri Bottas.
Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene feels a difficult weekend in Mexico will help the team in their push for the title in 2016.
Countrymen Kimi Raikkonen and Valtteri Bottas were at it again in the Mexico GP with their second collision in three races.
The title race might be over but Sebastian Vettel is looking to finish ahead of Nico Rosberg in the drivers' championship.
Maurizio Arrivabene says Ferrari right not to join in “circus” antics to entertain fans during qualifying washout at US GP.
Kimi Raikkonen has insisted he "doesn't feel bad" about taking Valtteri Bottas out in Sochi and would try the same overtake again.
Mercedes have been crowned world champions after Kimi Raikkonen was penalised for causing a collision with Valtteri Bottas.
Kimi Raikkonen says Ferrari have "surprised" themselves with their form at times in 2015, with more gains expected for 2016.
Ferrari supremo Sergio Marchionne reckons the Scuderia can emerge as a “true competitor” once more in 2016.
Kimi Raikkonen doesn't believe he did anything differently to normal at the start of the Italian GP despite almost stalling.
Ferrari have revealed to Sky Sports they spent "a few tokens" on developing their engine ahead of the Italian GP.
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