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Formula 1: Ferrari

Red Bull denies Formula 1's trick suspension ban caused poor form

Red Bull Racing insists Formula 1's ban on trick suspension systems did not play a role in it trailing Ferrari and Mercedes at the Australian Grand Prix
Autosport

Overtaking in F1 spotlight

overtaking in f1 spotlight
Formula One entered a bold new era in Sunday's Australian season-opener with bigger tyres, faster cars and a winning Ferrari but the lack of overtaking is causing concern.
SuperSport

Videos for Formula 1: Ferrari

News video: Monday Morning Race Review

Monday Morning Race Review

Race Review
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News video: Sebastian Vettel Wins Australian Grand Prix

Sebastian Vettel Wins Australian Grand Prix 00:35

(CNN)Sebastian Vettel got his 2017 F1 season off to the perfect start with victory at the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne. The Ferrari driver started second on the Albert Park grid but kept pace..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

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A 90-second look at the changes in Formula One this season and a glance at who might challenge for the title. With Nico Rosberg retired, Lewis Hamilton will fancy his chances of winning another world..
Source: PA - Press Association STUDIO -

News video: Kimi Raikkonen behind the wheel of the new Ferrari GTC4 Lusso T

Kimi Raikkonen behind the wheel of the new Ferrari GTC4 Lusso T 01:58

While the international press began testing the GTC4 Lusso T around Siena, with routes that are based in Monteriggioni, Maremma and the Tyrrhenian coast, and a few days before the start of the Formula..
Source: AutoMoto TV -

News video: F1 teams get ready in Melbourne

F1 teams get ready in Melbourne 00:51

Formula 1 teams get to work and start setting up at Alberts Park Grand Prix Circuit ahead of the first race of the 2017 season.
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Ferrari shares driven to new high after Vettel's F1 triumph

ferrari shares driven to new high after vettel's f1 triumph
Ferrari hit a record high in Milan the day after Sebastian Vettel won the Australian Grand Prix taking the Italian firm to number one in the Formula One rankings. Shares rose as much as 3.6 per..
City A.M.

Mercedes promises quick response to defeat by Ferrari in Australia

Mercedes has promised it will respond immediately to its Australian Grand Prix defeat after launching a detailed analysis into how it lost the first Formula 1 race of 2017 to Ferrari
Autosport

'About time' Ferrari won in F1 again - Marchionne

Ferrari chairman and CEO Sergio Marchionne says Vettel's Australia win was overdue, but congratulates the team on its achievement.
Crash.Net

Sports Briefing: Sebastian Vettel Powers Ferrari to Victory at the Australian Grand Prix

Vettel took the lead when Lewis Hamilton made a pit stop for new tires, then ended the team’s Formula One drought.
NYTimes.com

Mercedes vow to strike back in China

Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes are vowing to come back hard in China after being ambushed by resurgent Ferrari in the Formula One season-opener in Australia.
SuperSport

Frustrated Mercedes lose grip

frustrated mercedes lose grip
Mercedes' three-year domination of Formula One looked on shaky ground on Sunday as the Silver Arrows' confidence was rocked by Ferrari pace and a Sebastian Vettel victory.
SuperSport

It's about time - Ferrari's Marchionne

it's about time - ferrari's marchionne
Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne hailed their winning start to the Formula One season on Sunday by saying it was "about time", and reminded the team that they still had a long way to go.
SuperSport

Hamilton says Mercedes must improve its Formula 1 tyre usage

Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes must improve the tyre usage its 2017 Formula 1 car after being beaten by Ferrari in the Australian Grand Prix.
Autosport

Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel wins season-opening Australian Grand Prix

Sebastian Vettel broke Ferrari's Formula One drought with a victory over the Mercedes team of Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas on Sunday at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix. Ferrari hadn't..
L.A. Times Also reported by •MotorAuthority

Vettel says Hamilton being held up by Verstappen key to F1 win

Sebastian Vettel feels Lewis Hamilton being held up by Max Verstappen was "crucial" to Ferrari beating Mercedes to victory in Formula 1's 2017 season-opening Australian Grand Prix.
Autosport

Mercedes' Wolff says Ferrari had pace advantage in Australian GP

Mercedes Formula 1 team boss Toto Wolff says Sebastian Vettel's victory in the Australian was down to the Ferrari having a pace advantage rather than a strategic error
Autosport

Raikkonen: First stint understeer behind disappointing Australian GP

Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen says understeer in the opening stint was to blame for his disappointing performance in the 2017 Formula 1 season-opening Australian Grand Prix
Autosport

Marchionne says 'it was about time' Ferrari won again in Formula 1

Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne said "it was about time" Ferrari returned to winning ways after triumphing in the Australian Grand Prix.
Autosport

Ferrari's Vettel wins opener after leapfrogging Hamilton in pits

ferrari's vettel wins opener after leapfrogging hamilton in pits
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel beats Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes in a straight fight as Formula 1's new era begins at the Australian Grand Prix.
BBC Sport

F1 Australian Grand Prix: Vettel jumps Hamilton for first 2017 win

Sebastian Vettel defeated Lewis Hamilton in a gripping Australian Grand Prix to kick off Formula 1's new era with a superb victory for Ferrari.
Autosport

'Red Bull not on same level as rivals'

'red bull not on same level as rivals'
Australian Grand Prix qualifying showed Red Bull are not yet on the same level as Formula One rivals Mercedes and Ferrari but Max Verstappen said he was not surprised.
SuperSport

Hamilton out of reach in Australia F1 qualifying - Vettel

Despite scoring Ferrari's first front-row start since Singapore 2015, Sebastian Vettel doubts he could have caught pole-sitter Lewis Hamilton in qualifying.
Crash.Net


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