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Ferrari have selected fewer sets of ultrasoft tyres than both Mercedes and Red Bull for the Monaco GP.
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Ferrari will take softer tyres to Spain than Mercedes, where teams have appeared reluctant to pick Pirelli's hardest compound.
Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene insists team aren't out of title contention despite losing further ground to Mercedes in Russia.
FIA Race Director Charlie Whiting expects a decision over whether to use Red Bull's aeroscreen or the halo device by July 1.
Sebastian Vettel has warned against writing Ferrari off in their battle with Mercedes despite more frustrations in Sochi.
F1 title rivals Mercedes and Ferrari have spent their first in-season engine tokens improving their engines for Russian GP.
Mercedes have opted for softer tyres than Ferrari for the Russian GP next week, taking two more sets of supersofts.
Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne has warned his Formula 1 team the "clock is on" and they must start beating Mercedes.
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Ferrari "missed an open goal" by failing to secure a place on the front row in qualifying, according to Martin Brundle.
Sebastian Vettel is cautiously optimistic about Ferrari's chances of making more of a fight for pole with Mercedes in China.
Kimi Raikkonen says Ferrari should take heart from the fact their "speed is there" but admits they must improve their reliability.
Toto Wolff believes Ferrari have only shown glimpses of the threat they pose to his team at 2016's opening two races.
Ferrari and Mercedes have once again gone in different directions with their tyre choices ahead of the Chinese GP.
Kimi Raikkonen fears fans must think F1 is full of "stupid people" amid the continued off-track wrangling in the sport.
Sky F1 analyst Mark Hughes explains why Ferrari could be even closer to Mercedes in Bahrain based on their Melbourne performances.
Ferrari and Mercedes have gone in very different directions with their tyre selections for the Bahrain GP.
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