F1's top two teams have each warned that the Chinese GP is far from settled yet with the prospect of a big battle on Sunday.
Sebastian Vettel will continue to get preference over Charles Leclerc in "50-50 situations", Mattia Binotto says.
Sebastian Vettel admits he is still not fully comfortable with his new Ferrari car but hopes to have a better feeling in China.
Lewis Hamilton has defended Sebastian Vettel following his costly error at the Bahrain GP, backing the "great athlete" to bounce back in F1 2019.
Sebastian Vettel has accepted the blame for the spin which cost him a podium finish in the Bahrain GP.
Sebastian Vettel says Ferrari have engaged in an "intense" period of analysis since being routed by Mercedes in Australia.
Sebastian Vettel and Carlos Sainz, himself the son of a famous racing dad, believe Mick Schumacher's first F1 test is warranted.
Sebastian Vettel believes Charles Leclerc has already shown he will put him under pressure throughout 2019 at Ferrari.
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Ferrari insist their surprise poor performance at the Australian GP did not show the "real potential" of their 2019 F1 car.
Ferrari say a no-risk approach at the end of a disappointing race led to their call to Leclerc to stay behind Vettel in Melbourne.
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