Leclerc's extension shows how he reshaped Ferrari in 2019
Charles Leclerc joined Ferrari as No.2 driver but has always established himself as Sebastian Vettel's equal, evidenced in Ferrari's decision to extend his contract until 2024.
Ferrari: We proved our power unit was legal
After a series of FIA checks, rule clarifications and accusations from rival teams, Ferrari is confident it has proved its power unit was legal in 2019.
Ferrari would oppose Wolff becoming F1 CEO
Ferrari says it would attempt to block any move to replace Formula One's CEO, Chase Carey, with Mercedes current team boss Toto Wolff.
What went wrong for Ferrari in 2019?
2019 started with the promise of Ferrari's first F1 championship in over a decade but developed into one of the team's most frustrating seasons in recent memory. Laurence Edmondson looks at the long list of things that went wrong.
Hamilton to Ferrari - could it really happen?
It would be box office for F1, but for Lewis Hamilton to join Ferrari in 2021, the six-time world champion would need to end a lifelong affiliation with Mercedes that runs deeper than you might think.
A look at why the Hamilton-Ferrari rumours are intensifying
The prospect of Lewis Hamilton moving to Ferrari is a tantalising one, and speculation of it happening has only intensified over the Abu Dhabi GP weekend. Here's why.
Leclerc: 'Seb shouldn't have gone to the left, and he knows it'
Charles Leclerc has vowed to be less aggressive when racing Sebastian Vettel, but says he and his Ferrari teammate will not face sanctions if they clash again on track.
Abu Dhabi GP diary: F1 launches own range of perfumes
A look at some of the news stories from the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix that you otherwise would have missed ahead of the final race of Formula One's 2019 season.
Ferrari's Brazilian GP collision was a long time coming
The collision between Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel at the Brazilian GP was hardly surprising, but managing the relationship effectively for Ferrari is now the team's top priority heading into 2020.
Leclerc, Vettel will have to answer for 'silly actions' in Maranello
Ferrari teammates Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc will have to explain their collision at the Brazilian Grand Prix in a special debrief on their return to Maranello.
Was Vettel right to question Ferrari's team orders in Sochi?
Our F1 team talks over the biggest issues in F1 right now, namely Ferrari's handling of the escalating tensions between Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc.
Brawns warns Ferrari of 'potentially explosive' Vettel-Leclerc partnership
Ferrari legend Ross Brawn has warned his former team it will need to carefully manage the dynamic between Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc to prevent an all-out civil war.
Vettel explains his 'bring back the V12s' message
Sebastian Vettel responded to his retirement to the Russian GP by saying "bring back the f---ing V12" -- but the four-time world champion knows such a change is impossible for Formula One.
Leclerc has told himself to 'shut up' on radio
Charles Leclerc has told himself to "shut up" and show restraint in difficult situations after venting his frustrations during the Singapore Grand Prix over his in-car radio.
Has Leclerc broken Vettel? The events of Monza would suggest so
Charles Leclerc's Italian Grand Prix will rightly go down in Ferrari folklore. That combined with other events, which left Sebastian Vettel upset with his young teammate, might have helped shift the dynamic at Ferrari forever.
Ferrari's best Monza hope in nine years still looks marginal
Ferrari is a clear favourite for its first Italian Grand Prix victory since 2010 -- but Monza's race won't be a slam dunk, with Mercedes close and the threat of rain lingering. Laurence Edmondson breaks down the Italian team's chances.
Monza and Ferrari: When the team always comes first
Charles Leclerc's win in Belgium has raised questions of the hierarchy of Ferrari's driver's ahead of the Italian Grand Prix. As Maurice Hamilton writes, this mirrors the situation at the team's home race 40 years ago.
Rosberg: Vettel looked like Barrichello at Belgian GP
Sebastian Vettel looked like Ferrari's most famous number two driver, Rubens Barrichello, at the Belgian Grand Prix, according to former world champion Nico Rosberg.
Engine upgrades and grid penalties: A guide to Spa
As Belgium is a logical place to bring new parts, it usually has a grid full of asterixes come Sunday afternoon. Here is what all four of the manufacturers have done ahead of the weekend.
Should Mercedes choose Ocon or Bottas? Making sense of the 2020 F1 driver market
After the Hungarian Grand Prix, as decisions are made over driver line-ups for next year, there are as many rumoured changes as confirmed drivers for 2020.
How the 2020 F1 grid is shaping up
A look at how the 2020 Formula One grid is shaping up and the logic behind the decisions teams made -- or should make -- for next season and whether any has assembled a partnership to end Mercedes' dominant run.
2020 F1 grid: Red Bull, Hulkenberg provide biggest unanswered questions
Red Bull holds the most coveted of the remaining vacancies for a driver on the 2020 grid. Here's a look at the remaining pieces of the driver market puzzle.
Vettel 'bitter' as Ferrari endures qualifying nightmare in Germany
Ferrari drivers Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc had no doubt the team let a shot at pole position slip through its fingers after suffering car issues on both cars in qualifying at the German Grand Prix.
Lewis backs 'F1 great' Vettel to rebound from slump
Lewis Hamilton is sure Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel will recover from his recent run of mistakes and rediscover the form which made him a four-time world champion.
Ferrari opts against appealing 'wrong' decision
Ferrari believes Max Verstappen should have been penalised for his aggressive move on Charles Leclerc at the Austrian Grand Prix, but it will not appeal the verdict so F1 can "turn the page and move ahead".
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