Most teams hire a driver and nothing more. One is paid to arrive at the finish line as fast as possible. The driver, the chronometer and the talent is the package; all you must do is simply be the fastest. And that is where it ends. Read more
The tifosi were full of hope when the F1 circus moved to the legendary Monza. The home favourite Ferrari arrived in Italy with an engine upgrade, which cost the Italian-based team their three remaining tokens. Read more
Belgium's Spa-Francorchamps circuit is among the most historic on the Formula One calendar, having hosted a (non-championship) Grand Prix as long ago as 1924, and remains one of the most popular venues with drivers and fans alike. Read more
During the Hungarian GP weekend there was a lot of talk about the rules concerning team radio communication. Before the German GP weekend, the Strategy Group had agreed to free up team radio restrictions immediately. Read more
Against all odds, qualifying was weather-affected at Hungaroring (Hungarian GP 2016). The first 18-minute segment was delayed twice by 10 minutes due to heavy rain; including the four red-flag stoppages, Q1 ended up lasting for over an hour. Read more
Kimi had difficulties to put together a competitive lap; the Iceman went off track on his first run in Q2, and everything was dependent on his final attempt. As highly experienced driver, Kimi, however, made it in the final session with style. Read more
The yellow kerb stones at the Red Bull Ring were the topic number one in Austria. As soon as in Q1 Force India’s Perez was forced to retire early due to a suspected rear suspension failure after hitting the much-talked-about yellow kerbs. Read more
Everyone was thrilled as the Formula 1 circus moved to Baku City Circuit in Azerbaijan last weekend. From the very first moment it was obvious that the new 6-kilometre long circuit was a tricky one; the walls were near, and making a mistake at braking was too easy. It was absolutely breathtaking to see Bottas in his Williams run 378 km/h on the 2-kilometre-long finish straight! Read more
Glamorous Monaco is known for its narrow and unforgiving streets. If you lose your concentration for as little as a fraction of a second, you will most likely end up colliding with the wall. Such was the case for the youngest-ever GP winner Max Verstappen in Q1. Read more
Right after the Russian GP there was breaking news: the young Dutchman Max Verstappen had been promoted from Toro Rosso to Red Bull Racing; Daniil Kvyat, on the contrary, had been demoted back to Toro Rosso due to his inconsistent performance at the wheel of the RB12. Read more
Ferrari’s GP weekend was everything but problem-free. Already on Friday dark clouds were lurking over the Italian-based team as an electrical failure hit Sebastian’s Margherita in FP2. As early as before the qualifying Ferrari announced that Sebastian had to take a 5-place grid penalty due to the unscheduled gearbox change. Read more
Never has there been a more exciting battle – neither Gilles Villeneuve or Renè Arnoux give an inch, they bang wheels and pass and re-pass each other for five times in just two laps. Both drivers show superhuman control over their racecars. Read more
The Ferrari brand is one that omits glamour and style both on and off the race track. As one of the biggest names in the world, it comes as no surprise that the Ferrari lifestyle is chosen by many celebrities worldwide. Read more
For a Ferrari supporter and a Formula 1 fan there is only Michael Schumacher. Nothing else exists.
There is nothing before, and there will be nothing afterwards - Michael Schumacher has stopped time. Read more
When you hammer down on the gas and find yourself unable to breathe, when you listen to the engine’s song; you know you are driving a Ferrari. This is the moment of real passion, the red passion that traverses through the life of all supporters. Read more
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