Ferrari
Apr 18

Ferrari finds some pace in China

Ferrari sits fifth in the constructors' standings entering the Chinese GP. (Photo: Glenn Dunbar/LAT Photographic)

Ferrari sits fifth in the constructors’ standings entering the Chinese GP. (Photo: Glenn Dunbar/LAT Photographic)

Fernando Alonso topped FP1 and was second to Lewis Hamilton in FP2 in China today as Ferrari showed a marked improvement in form.

While the car’s ultimate lap time may have been flattered by the team’s chosen fuel load, there were nevertheless genuine signs of an upturn.

Apr 17

Alonso cautious on Ferrari leadership change

Fernando Alonso sits fourth in the driver standings entering this weekend's Chinese GP. (Photo: Getty Images)

Fernando Alonso sits fourth in the driver standings entering this weekend’s Chinese GP. (Photo: Getty Images)

Fernando Alonso appeared to be distinctly underwhelmed with this week’s management changes at Ferrari when speaking about it for the first time.

Alonso said he had not yet spoken to Marco Mattiacci, the road car executive who has replaced Stefano Domenicali, and surprisingly he seemed not to know if his new boss would be present this weekend.

Apr 14

F1: Ferrari USA boss takes over as Domenicali resigns

Stefano Domenicali has been Ferrari team principal since 1997. (Photo: Getty Images)

Stefano Domenicali has been working with Ferrari since 1991, but says that he takes responsibility for the team’s disappointing start to the 2014 F1 season. (Photo: Getty Images)

Stefano Domenicali has resigned as team principal of Ferrari in the wake of the disappointing start to the team’s 2014 season.

He will be replaced by high-flying Ferrari road car executive Marco Mattiacci, who will be in China next weekend.

Apr 6

Ferrari Boss Montezemolo Wants Changes To F1 Show

Luca di Montezemolo is unhappy with the current state of Formula 1. (Photo: Getty Images)

Luca di Montezemolo is unhappy with the current state of Formula 1. (Photo: Getty Images)

Luca di Montezemolo has reiterated his desire for future changes to the Formula 1 rules – but insists that he doesn’t want to rein in Mercedes by implementing those changes in 2014.

The Ferrari presisdent is meeting with Bernie Ecclestone and Jean Todt this weekend.

Apr 5

F1: Loss of power costs Alonso in Bahrain qualifying

Driver Fernando Alonso was mystified by the loss of power in his Ferrari during F1 qualifying in Bahrain.

Driver Fernando Alonso was mystified by the loss of power in his Ferrari during F1 qualifying in Bahrain.

Two-time World Champion Fernando Alonso says he was hampered by a loss of straight-line performance in his Ferrari over the course of qualifying in Formula One at Bahrain, which led to him finishing Q3 in a lowly 10th place.

He will start ninth, however, as Daniel Ricciardo has a 10-place penalty. Nico Rosberg sits on the pole, with his Mercedes teammate, Lewis Hamilton, starting alongside him on the front row for the Sunday race.