Ferrari will celebrate its return to Las Vegas with an unique ‘golden age’ livery on the SF-23 as it marks 41 years since its last appearance in the city.
Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz were forced into a “lift and coast” through the Brazilian Grand Prix Sprint race on Saturday due to a cooling error on the part of the Scuderia, according to Ferrari team boss Fred Vasseur.
Ferrari is selling its 499P prototype racer which won this year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans, for £4.6 million as an unregulated track car that boasts a 777bhp hybrid V6 engine.
Ferrari secured the front row for the Mexican Grand Prix on Sunday, with Charles Leclerc edging teammate Carlos Sainz by a mere 0.067 seconds.
Max Verstappen has challenged Ferrari chairman John Elkann to give him a call as he intends to acquire Michael Schumacher’s legendary 2004 F1 car.
Carlos Sainz Jr. snapped Red Bull’s winning streak after edging Lando Norris and Lewis Hamilton to win the Singapore Grand Prix.
Carlos Sainz claimed the pole position for the Singapore Grand Prix at Marina Bay Circuit after a qualifying session full of surprises and unexpected outcomes.
The Marina Bay Circuit is now significantly faster as a result of the introduction of a straight in place of corners 16, 17, 18, and 19. Contrary to projections, this could indicate a successful weekend for Ferrari given the usual chaos in Singapore. The real challenge will take place on Saturday, when we’ll get to witness how the teams really perform.
Ferrari remained unbroken at the summit on Friday in Singapore thanks to Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc, who led a 1-2 in practice two.