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Mercedes have discussed Ferrari move with Lewis Hamilton, says Toto Wolff

Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes have discussed the possibility of the five times Formula One champion one day racing for Ferrari and such a move would be no drama, team boss Toto Wolff has said.

Mick Schumacher 'very similar' to Michael Schumacher, says Ferrari chief

Mick Schumacher, 20-year-old son of Michael Schumacher, got his first full experience of driving an F1 car during testing in Bahrain earlier this month.

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Sebastian Vettel crashes while Carlos Sainz goes fastest in testing

Sebastian Vettel's crash in the morning at the Circuit de Catalunya was the team's first pre-season setback after looking quick and reliable so far.

Ferrari unveil new Formula One car for new era

The sport's oldest and most successful team, who last won a title more than a decade ago and finished runners-up last year, presented the SF90 with plenty of fanfare at their Maranello factory.

Mattia Binotto replaces Maurizio Arrivabene as Ferrari F1 team principal

Ferrari won six of the 21 races last season but their title challenge evaporated in the second half of the year.

Ferrari took a step back to go forward in Austin

Formula One teams usually bring upgrades to races but Ferrari opted for a 'downgrade' at the U.S. Grand Prix and it turned out to be a winner.

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Ferrari Portofino launched in India at Rs 3.5 crore

The well-chiselled car is also high on power and is capable of doing 0-100kph in 3.5 seconds. The company claims top speed to be more than 320kph.

Ferrari reveals closest thing to an F1 racer available for sale

The Monza Sp1 and Monza Sp2 are part of a highly anticipated five-year strategy plan being presented Tuesday by Chief Executive Officer Louis Camilleri, who took over from a dying Sergio Marchionne in July.

Sebastian Vettel leads Ferrari domination of final Singapore practice

Sebastian Vettel endured a frustrating Friday when a hydraulic fluid leak compromised his second practice session but the German was back to his brilliant best a day later.

Fans urge Ferrari to keep Kimi Raikkonen as decision awaited

More than 20,000 Kimi Raikkonen fans have signed an online petition urging Ferrari to keep the Finnish Formula One driver for another year rather than replace him with rookie Charles Leclerc.

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