Ferrari have informed Sebastian Vettel he just has to sign on the dotted line to stick with the Formula One glamor team next season. The champion leader runs out of contract at the end of the year however Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne set out his group’s position at the Austrian Grand Prix. “I made it
All the way to his victory on Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix, Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel found his mind roaming already to next week’s first in-season Formula One test and just how much he was looking forward to it. The 29-year-old four-time champion, now 7 points clear of Mercedes’s Lewis Hamilton after winning two of the first
Ferrari’s engineering chief Jock Clear states he can’t evaluate whether the Scuderia’s car is now faster than Mercedes after Sebastian Vettel claimed triumph in the season-opening Australian GP. Following the race, Mercedes executive director Toto Wolff stated: “Some you win and some you lose and Ferrari had the quicker car.” However Clear doubted about that
Ferrari have released the new SF-70H car that will bring them through the 2017 F1 season. The car introduced through a dramatic live video stream online, with team personnel surrounding the vehicle in silence while music accompanied a series of roaming shots of the vehicle. Fans will hope the more substantial guideline changes this close
Malaysian GP started from 1999 onward from that time to this time many country champions are participating on it and enjoying the victory. We can expect many changes in Ferrari particularly on its aerodynamic, all the team has already started to concentrate about the next year’s Grand Prix. They are developing and concentrating about SF16-H
Sebastian Vettel put a Ferrari one-two at the top of the timesheets in last practice for the Bahrain Grand Prix on Saturday, ending the stranglehold of formerly dominant champs Mercedes. Vettel lapped the Sakhir Circuit in a finest period of one minute 31.683 seconds, 0.040 faster than group mate Kimi Raikkonen on the supersoft tyres.
Ferrari has at long last affirmed what everybody has known for quite a while, that four-time Formula One title holder Sebastian Vettel will supplant Fernando Alonso at its F1 group in 2015. Alonso is yet to affirm where he’s going yet the momentum deduction is a come back to Mclaren, which the Spaniard drove for
The stories and rumors of Sebastian Vettel‘s success and dominance off lately just keep on emerging and now one more theory has emerged recently. There were rumours some time back in Korea which indicated of a clever, though legal, engine mapping system aboard his Red Bull car that mimics the benefits of banned traction control.
With a decent second place finish at the Monaco Grand Prix, Formula One driver Sebastian Vettel recently headed to the Paul Ricard Circuit to test several Infinitis and their competitors. Sebastian Vettel is Director of Performance at Infiniti and he has worked with the company’s European Dynamic Performance Team to explore the handling, response and