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2016 Ferrari contenders
It’s hardly the sport’s biggest secret, but Kimi Raikkonen is currently fighting for his Ferrari – and F1 – future as the 2016 season reaches its mid-point.
Barca talking points
Nico eyes up Ferrari
Nico Rosberg admits Ferrari's table-topping Jerez pace has been an 'eye-opener' for Mercedes.
'Merc still ahead'
Sebastian Vettel suspects Mercedes are still ahead despite Ferrari's very fast start to winter testing.
Design and conquer
Mark Hughes analyses the new McLaren and Ferrari cars and reveals why there is cause for optimism.
Ferrari's 'sexy' beast
Meet Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen's rather nosey new car as Ferrari reveal their 2015 challenger.
Ted Kravitz Q&A
Ted Kravitz looks ahead to the 2015 F1 season which will once again see Sky Sports air every race live.
'Tough to catch Merc'
Red Bull's Adrian Newey warns Renault and Ferrari face a "very difficult challenge" to catch Merc.
2015 driver numbers
The numbers the 18 confirmed drivers will be racing with when the 2015 F1 season gets underway.
Vergne joins Ferrari
Two months after his Toro Rosso axing, Frenchman signs as test driver as Pedro de la Rosa departs.
A year of turmoil
The onset of F1’s new turbo era was supposed to present the chance for Ferrari, the sport’s most famous and successful marque, to reassert themselves on the front row of Formula 1.
The Ferrari years
Charting Alonso's unfulfilled five-year quest for the title at the Scuderia in a tempestuous partnership.
Vettel tests Ferrari
Vettel tests Ferrari
Watch the team's new signing in action at "fairy tale" outing in the Scuderia's 2012 car at Fiorano.
Alonso out, Vettel in
All change at Ferrari as the Scuderia confirm Vettel will join the team to partner Kimi Raikkonen in 2015.
Alonso's plans 'set'
Fernando Alonso refuses to reveal where he will drive in 2015 but drops heavy hint he'll continue in F1.
Cat-and-mouse game with the media continues as the Spaniard remains coy on his F1 future in 2015.
Back in the hunt?
Mark Hughes on why Ferrari and McLaren failed in 2014 - but why both teams might be at the front in 2015.