2nd (241 Pts)
3rd (174 Pts)
Ferrari had to look to the future in promoting Charles Leclerc because of the recent surge of young drivers coming into F1, according to team boss Maurizio Arrivabene.
Sebastian Vettel insists Ferrari should not be afraid of 2018's remaining races despite their faltering title challenge.
Sebastian Vettel says Ferrari should have done better in Singapore GP qualifying and believes Lewis Hamilton's pole lap was not "unbeatable".
F1 has revealed its striking concept cars for 2021 with the aim of making it easier for drivers to race each other.
New Ferrari recruit Charles Leclerc says he will be allowed to race Sebastian Vettel when he joins the team in 2019.
Kimi Raikkonen was at his taciturn best on Thursday when the Finn stonewalled a series of invitations to open up on his move to Sauber.
Charles Leclerc will replace Kimi Raikkonen at Ferrari, but what does this mean for Sebastian Vettel and the Scuderia? Watch this space...
Sky F1's Martin Brundle believes Charles Leclerc replacing Kimi Raikkonen at Ferrari signals "a changing of the guard" in F1.
Sebastian Vettel has named himself as the "biggest enemy" in his title fight with Lewis Hamilton and insists he can still turn it around.
Mark Hughes on why Ferrari must share the blame for Sebastian Vettel's costly catalogue of errors and misjudgements.
Sebastian Vettel apologised to Ferrari fans after the home team's Italian GP defeat, as the country's press criticised them.
Sebastian Vettel has blamed world championship rival Lewis Hamilton for their collision on the opening lap of the Italian GP.
Mercedes have presented themselves as underdogs for Sunday's Italian GP but they won't give in to Ferrari without a fight.
See Kimi Raikkonen go at a record average speed of 163mph to secure pole position for the Italian GP at Monza.
Sebastian Vettel has refused to reveal why he wants words with Ferrari after team-mate Kimi Raikkonen took pole at Monza.
Sebastian Vettel set the fastest time of final practice at the Italian GP, but only just from title rival Lewis Hamilton.
Sebastian Vettel surged to the fastest time of Friday at the Italian GP, but then spun, as Ferrari outpaced Mercedes at Monza.
Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen have stressed Ferrari cannot take their current car advantage for granted heading into the Italian GP.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says he is "very curious" to see if Ferrari will once again posses the faster car at this weekend's Italian GP.
Mercedes admit they are still puzzled by Ferrari's sudden engine surge, but concede power not their only car problem.
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