Has Leclerc broken Vettel? The events of Monza would suggest so
Charles Leclerc's Italian Grand Prix will rightly go down in Ferrari folklore. That combined with other events, which left Sebastian Vettel upset with his young teammate, might have helped shift the dynamic at Ferrari forever.
Ferrari's best Monza hope in nine years still looks marginal
Ferrari is a clear favourite for its first Italian Grand Prix victory since 2010 -- but Monza's race won't be a slam dunk, with Mercedes close and the threat of rain lingering. Laurence Edmondson breaks down the Italian team's chances.
Vettel: Rather F1 be boring and bring Hubert back
Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel has said that he would rather Formula 1 be boring if it could bring back driver French driver Anthoine Hubert, who was killed in a Formula 2 crash in Belgium on Saturday.
Monza and Ferrari: When the team always comes first
Charles Leclerc's win in Belgium has raised questions of the hierarchy of Ferrari's driver's ahead of the Italian Grand Prix. As Maurice Hamilton writes, this mirrors the situation at the team's home race 40 years ago.
Wolff: I now know how Red Bull felt in 2014
Ferrari's rivals are becoming concerned about the Italian team's power advantage after the Belgian Grand Prix proved beyond doubt that Maranello's engine is the class of the field.
Is it time for Charles Leclerc to become the number one driver at Ferrari?
The ESPN F1 panel discuss the existing hierarchy at Ferrari and a host of other talking points around the sport following the Belgian Grand Prix on Sunday.
Rosberg: Vettel looked like Barrichello at Belgian GP
Sebastian Vettel looked like Ferrari's most famous number two driver, Rubens Barrichello, at the Belgian Grand Prix, according to former world champion Nico Rosberg.
Leclerc's Spa victory epitomised his racer's spirit
Racing continued the day after Anthoine Hubert lost his life in a fatal accident on Saturday, finishing with a grieving Charles Leclerc coming out on top.
Leclerc dedicates victory to his friend Hubert
Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc dedicated the first Formula One win of his career to his friend Anthoine Hubert, who died racing in Formula 2 on Saturday.
Hamilton: Mercedes in the mix with Ferrari at Spa
Lewis Hamilton is convinced Mercedes is in the mix with Ferrari at the Belgian Grand Prix despite his team's significant disadvantage in engine power.
Why Ferrari is not giving up on its 2019 car concept
Ferrari's Jekyll and Hyde season continued at the Hungarian Grand Prix as the team's drivers finished over a minute off race winner Lewis Hamilton, just one week after they had the pace to win in Germany.
How Verstappen got the better of Hamilton, Vettel and everyone else at the German GP
The German Grand Prix was one of the most exciting Formula One races in recent memory. Laurence Edmondson looks at the drivers who threw away the chance of victory and how the winner, Max Verstappen, got over the line.
Vettel to Ferrari fans: 'Our day will come'
Sebastian Vettel is confident his thrilling drive from last to second position at the German Grand Prix can help trigger a turnaround in Ferrari's season.
Sebastian Vettel on what's keeping him in F1
Sebastian Vettel will stay in Formula One as long as he is still enjoying driving and is motivated by the challenge of returning Ferrari to the top of the sport.
Lewis backs 'F1 great' Vettel to rebound from slump
Lewis Hamilton is sure Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel will recover from his recent run of mistakes and rediscover the form which made him a four-time world champion.
Leclerc: Austria decision was fair but inconsistent
Charles Leclerc is happy to accept the stewards' decision in Austria that deprived him of his first Formula One victory two weeks ago as long as the FIA remain consistent in the way they apply the rules at future races.
Masi: Vettel, Verstappen incidents like 'apples and oranges'
F1 race director Michael Masi said it would be unfair to compare Max Verstappen's race-winning overtake in Austria and the incident that cost Sebastian Vettel victory at the Canadian Grand Prix earlier this month.
Ferrari opts against appealing 'wrong' decision
Ferrari believes Max Verstappen should have been penalised for his aggressive move on Charles Leclerc at the Austrian Grand Prix, but it will not appeal the verdict so F1 can "turn the page and move ahead".
Mick Schumacher to drive father's 2004 championship car at German GP
Mick Schumacher will drive father Michael's 2004 championship-winning car ahead of the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim on July 27.
Vettel: F1 should burn its rulebook and start again
After losing any hope of having his Canadian Grand Prix penalty overturned, Sebastian Vettel said Formula One should set fire to its rulebook and let its drivers race freely.
Ferrari's request for review of Vettel penalty rejected
Ferrari's request for the controversial penalty which cost Sebastian Vettel victory at the Canadian Grand Prix to be reviewed has been dismissed.
Honda upgrades engines for French GP
Honda will upgrade the engines of both Red Bull cars and one Toro Rosso for the French Grand Prix this weekend as they look to close the gap to Ferrari and Mercedes.
Ferrari requests review of Vettel's Canadian GP penalty
Ferrari has lodged a formal request for motor racing's governing body, the FIA, to review the controversial penalty that cost Sebastian Vettel victory at the Canadian Grand Prix.
Ferrari will not appeal Vettel's Canadian GP penalty
Ferrari say they have withdrawn their intention to appeal the penalty which cost Sebastian Vettel victory at the Canadian Grand Prix last week.
Brawn: Nothing sinister in Vettel penalty
Formula One's managing director Ross Brawn has called for more transparency about stewards' decisions but said there was no hidden agenda behind Sebastian Vettel's Canadian Grand Prix penalty.
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