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.
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.
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.
Engine upgrades and grid penalties: A guide to Spa
As Belgium is a logical place to bring new parts, it usually has a grid full of asterixes come Sunday afternoon. Here is what all four of the manufacturers have done ahead of the weekend.
Should Mercedes choose Ocon or Bottas? Making sense of the 2020 F1 driver market
After the Hungarian Grand Prix, as decisions are made over driver line-ups for next year, there are as many rumoured changes as confirmed drivers for 2020.
Vettel 'bitter' as Ferrari endures qualifying nightmare in Germany
Ferrari drivers Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc had no doubt the team let a shot at pole position slip through its fingers after suffering car issues on both cars in qualifying at the German Grand Prix.
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.
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.
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.
Has modern F1 finally broken Sebastian Vettel?
After being robbed of victory in Canada, Sebastian Vettel said modern F1 isn't the sport he fell in love with as a kid. With retirement rumours refusing to go away, Laurence Edmondson looks at the four-time world champion's mindset.
What a farce - only F1 could shoot itself in the foot like this
The finish to the Canadian Grand Prix should have been legendary. Instead, F1 served up another dismal farce, which will only strengthen the disillusion around the state of modern Formula One.
Expectations versus reality: What's gone wrong for Ferrari this year?
Ferrari entered the season with genuine hopes of winning a championship but after six races it has all but fallen out of title contention. Laurence Edmondson looks at how that situation has unraveled since pre-season.
Ferrari forced to explain team orders logic again
Ferrari has been forced to issue another explanation behind its strategy calls after dithering on team orders during its disappointing Spanish Grand Prix.
Ferrari explains Leclerc's strategy
Ferrari is satisfied it made the right call on Charles Leclerc's strategy at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix after seeing him finish a distant fifth.
Lewis: I see a lot of myself in Leclerc
Lewis Hamilton sympathises with the situation Charles Leclerc finds himself in this year, saying he sees similarities to what he dealt with in his infamous rookie season alongside Fernando Alonso in 2007.
Wolff warns Ferrari: Team orders a can of worms
Although he sympathises with their situation, Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has warned Ferrari it might have set a dangerous precedent with its use of team orders going forward in 2019.
Ferrari has a bigger problem than team orders after China
For the third race in a row, Ferrari used team orders at the Chinese Grand Prix -- but of more concern to the Italian team should be the tension brewing between Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc and its lack of pace in Shanghai.
Vettel accuses media of 'poor journalism' over team orders
Sebastian Vettel has criticised the media for what he feels has been unfair coverage of Ferrari's implementation of team orders so far in 2019.
Ferrari defends clumsy use of team orders
Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto defended his team's controversial decision to enforce team orders during the Chinese Grand Prix.
Ferrari: Mick Schumacher shares Michael's racing traits
Mick Schumacher's approach to racing is very similar to his legendary father, Michael, according to Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto.
Ferrari to continue prioritising Vettel over Leclerc
Ferrari will continue to favour Sebastian Vettel over Charles Leclerc in 50/50 situations despite their contrasting starts to the 2019 season, team boss Mattia Binotto confirmed on Friday.
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