Scuderia Ferrari supports the last minute decision to cancel the 2020 Australian Grand Prix
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Sebastian Vettel was born 3 July 1987 in Heppenheim Germany and is a four-time FIA Formula One World Champion between 2010 and 2013 with Red Bull Racing.
After testing it seems troubling times may be ahead for the Italian team, but can they turn it around and take on the mighty Mercedes?
Team orders will only be enforced at Ferrari if they are to the benefit of the team, according to Team Principal Mattia Binotto.
Mattia Binotto says Ferrari’s pace over one lap is not yet where the team want it to be, but there are fewer concerns over the pace of the SF1000 over longer runs.
As Norbert and Fabien Vettel watched on, Sebastian competed a full race weekend simulation on his final day of pre-season testing, topping the times in the process.
It’s crunch time for the teams as week two of testing ahead of the 2020 FIA Formula 1 World Championship begins.
Ferrari hits trouble on the final day of the first winter test in Barcelona
The 2020 FIA Formula 1 World Championship gets underway as it returns for week one of pre season testing in Spain.
Scuderia Ferrari have revealed their 2020 car the SF1000 which they hope will take them to their first Constructors’ title since 2008.
Ferrari’s rollercoaster ride reviewed and analysed.
Johnny Herbert has praised Charles Leclerc, saying the Monegasque will get better and better as seasons go on.
Four time Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel harbours doubts that he will still be racing in F1 at age 40
Ferrari complete 763 kilometres of testing on fourth day in Barcelona ahead of the 2020 FIA Formula 1 World Championship season.
Mercedes were fastest in the opening day of pre season testing but Racing Point threw the cat amongst the pigeons as best of the rest.
Despite his poor form in recent years, Sebastian Vettel believes he can beat any driver on the track.
Part 1 of TCF’s driver rankings/statistical round-up for 2019.