F1 tech: How Mercedes fought back against Ferrari
Mercedes has been second best to Ferrari since the Formula 1 summer break, but at the Japanese Grand Prix it attempted to respond with some major car updates.
Japanese GP: Bottas wins after terrible start for Ferrari
Valtteri Bottas's took his first Formula 1 win since April to help Mercedes clinch a sixth consecutive constructors' championship as a jump start and first-corner clash undermined Ferrari's Japanese Grand Prix.
Tech verdict: How Ferrari really turned the tables on rivals
Ferrari turned the tables on its Formula 1 rivals since the summer break, not only taking victories at low-downforce tracks where expectations were high, but also at races where they were expected to be on the backfoot. The result in Russia may not have swung in its direction, but the signs are there that it will be able to fight Mercedes more often at the remaining races this season.
Ferrari's struggles mean nothing for Spa, Monza - Wolff
Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff believes the Spa circuit's layout could lead to a "totally different conversation" compared to the form shown by leading teams last weekend.
Gap to Mercedes can't be Ferrari's single target - Binotto
Ferrari cannot consider its gap to Mercedes as its only target as it seeks to add more downforce to its Formula 1 car, says team principal Mattia Binotto.
F1 without classic tracks would be "stupid" - Vettel
Four-time Formula 1 world champion Sebastian Vettel has criticised the disappearance of classic venues from the calendar in favour of new territories where there is little appetite for motorsport.
Leclerc says low-grip Hockenheim run-off "unacceptable"
Charles Leclerc says it is "unacceptable" to have what he considered as low-grip asphalt at the corner in which the Ferrari driver crashed out of Formula 1's German Grand Prix.
Leclerc no longer "intimidated" to adapt Ferrari to his style
Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc says he is no longer reluctant to adapt the Italian outfit’s 2019 Formula 1 car to suit his driving style, having been “a little bit intimidated” at the start of the year.
Ferrari knows it must react to increasing Red Bull threat
Ferrari must see Red Bull’s improved form as a “further boost” to improve, says its Formula 1 team principal Mattia Binotto.
Vettel’s latest “astonishing” error only piles on more pressure
Sebastian Vettel's clash with Max Verstappen in the British Grand Prix was the latest in the growing list of high-profile errors the Ferrari Formula 1 driver has made in battle.
Wolff questions Ferrari's "risky" tyre strategy
Austrian Grand Prix poleman Charles Leclerc and his Ferrari Formula 1 team have picked a "risky" strategy for Sunday's race, reckons Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff.