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F1 shutdown contributes to Ferrari’s €39 Million Q1 revenue slump

Kahran Vohra
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The Formula One shutdown due to the Coronavirus pandemic has hit the Ferrari brand in the “harshest manner”, as the lack of F1 activity has heavily hit the company’s sponsorship and commercial revenues that it revealed in its Q1 earnings. In the updated financial guidance issued by Ferrari last week, it was revealed that the […]

Result shows progress made since Silverstone – Arrivabene

Ferrari trail Mercedes by 0.4s heading to Bahrain, says Vettel

Kahran Vohra
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Australian Grand Prix winner Sebastian Vettel says the Ferrari Formula 1 team trail Mercedes by “three or four tenths” heading to the Bahrain Grand Prix, despite leading both championships’ following their glory in Melbourne.  The Ferrari Formula 1 team enjoyed a great start to the 2018 Formula 1 season with Sebastian Vettel claiming a surprise […]

Russian Grand Prix preview: Will Mercedes tumble at the Olympic park?

Ferrari says F1 quit threat should be taken as “serious”

Henry Kelsall
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Ferrari boss Sergio Marchionne has insisted that his teams threat to quit Formula 1 post 2020 should be taken very easily, despite the new Alfa Romeo deal with Sauber  Sauber and Ferrari announced a partnership between the Swiss team and Alfa Romeo last Saturday, which includes a technical partnership and title sponsorship as well as […]

Analysis: What F1 needs to do to avoid a crisis

Hamilton tops FP3 as Ferrari appear strong

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Lewis Hamilton looks in comfortable control heading into qualifying, after topping the final free practice with 0.3s to spare from his teammate. Despite Ferrari appearing deficient to Red Bull in recent races, Tifosi will take solace in the Italian team’s form in the session. Whilst both Mercedes appeared untouchable – Lewis Hamilton’s 1:22.008 was almost […]

Throwback Thursday: 1988 Italian Grand Prix

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1988, a season which saw the titanic juggernaut of Mclaren securing wins in the first eleven races of the season, toppling numerous records. As Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost jousted for the championship, F1 headed to Monza where Ferrari had not won since 1979. Enzo Ferrari had also passed away less than a month earlier, having […]

Throwback Thursday: 1978 Canadian Grand Prix

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Ahead of this weekend’s Canadian Grand Prix, F1 Hub remembers the first time the Grand Prix circus headed to Montreal. Serving as the finale to the 1978 calendar, the Canadian Grand Prix was a conclusion to Mario Andretti’s sole championship winning season. It would be a race of firsts; including the first broadcast of a […]

Are Mercedes already fearing Ferrari’s 2016 gains?

Kahran Vohra
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Ferrari have revealed the new SF16-H, where the team ambitiously target an overhaul on World Champions team, Mercedes, and Kahran Vohra investigates if the Brackley outfit is already fearing Ferrari’s new innovations for the 2016 season.  Ferrari wasn’t the only team to be in action with their 2016 innovations, Mercedes took to the Silverstone circuit […]

What Formula 1 in 2016 has in store?

Edward Wade
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As the start of a new formula 1 season looms, what is there to look forward to in 2016? There have been no major moves with all the big racers having remained at their respective clubs. Last season saw a whitewash for Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes as they continued their domination having won 32 out […]

Analysis: What F1 needs to do to avoid a crisis

Kahran Vohra
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Formula 1 may be prolonged as ‘world’s best motorsport series’ and the ‘pinnacle of motorsport’ however evidently it hasn’t been going so smoothly for the sport in the past few years, F1 has reached a very critical stage, and in order to avoid a future-threatening crisis F1 must make immediate changes. Kahran Vohra evaluates. Over […]