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70th Anniversary GP: Leclerc Brings a Fourth Place for Scuderia Ferrari
After an extremely disappointing qualifying session, Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel are out for redemption at the Formula 1 70th Anniversary Grand Prix.
Hungarian Grand Prix: Vettel Settles For P6 As Ferrari Struggles Persist
Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc can't seem to strike the right balance with the SF1000, as Ferrari keeps on struggling for points.
Styrian GP: Grim Weekend Ends With Double Retirement For Ferrari
Double DNF for Ferrari at the Styrian GP, as Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel struggle to understand an underpowered SF1000.
Austrian Grand Prix: Unexpected podium for Leclerc, disappointment for Hamilton
Scuderia Ferrari struggles at the Austrian Grand Prix with both aerodynamics and engine, but Leclerc brings an unexpected podium home.
Racing in Red | Happy Birthday, Felipe Massa: The Champion That Never Was
Let's take a look back at Felipe Massa's incredible career with Ferrari, with a special focus on one of the biggest near-misses in the history of the Prancing Horse: the 2008 Driver's Championship.
Racing in Red | Phil Hill, The Man In The Wrong Business
Phil Hill's incredible career gave Scuderia Ferrari three Le Mans wins and a Formula 1 World Title: today, we celebrate his achievements.
Racing in Red | Celebrating Mike Hawthorn: "The Butterfly" Who Stung Like A Bee

If we had to condense the epitome of old school racing, Mike Hawthorn would be one of the first drivers to come to mind.

Racing in Red | An Analytical Approach To The FIA/Ferrari Controversy
The settlement agreement entered by the FIA and Ferrari in relation to alleged irregularities in Maranello's 2019 PU is the talk of the paddock. What can we learn?
Racing In Red | First Assessment: Is The SF1000 Any Good?
Scuderia Ferrari's 2020 challenger, the SF1000, has failed to impress in pre-season testing. Should we worry?
Scuderia Ferrari Unveils The 2020 F1 Challenger
The SF1000 makes his debut today in Reggio Emilia, as Scuderia Ferrari is ready to celebrate their 1000th Grand Prix in Formula One.
Racing in Red | Gilles Villeneuve Would Have Turned 70 Today: His Legacy
Gilles Villeneuve will forever be one of the most widely celebrated drivers of all time, for all the good reasons.
Racing In Red | A Year In Motorsport: What Awaits Ferrari In 2020
With 2019 coming to a close, the racing world prepares for another exciting season: let's take a look at how the motorsport calendar looks like for Ferrari.
Racing In Red | Season Review: How Ferrari Became F1's Achille's Heel
A brief enquiry into the dark pits and the silver linings of the 2019 Formula 1 Season, and in the part played by Scuderia Ferrari in the final outcome.
Ferrari Brings Home An Unexpected 1-2
After a surprising qualifying at the Singapore GP, Ferrari manages to bring home maximum points for the first time this year on an unfavourable track.
Monza Celebrates As Ferrari Wins With Leclerc
Charles Leclerc brings Ferrari back on top at the Italian GP with a breathtaking drive.
Leclerc Gives Ferrari First 2019 Win In Sombre Weekend
The Belgian GP turned tragic with Anthoine Hubert's passing on Saturday: in these bleak circumstances, Leclerc and Ferrari bring home a first victory.
1976 Italian Grand Prix: The Day Niki Lauda Became A Legend
Niki Lauda went to hell and came back, becoming legend on a specific date: 12th September 1976.
Happy Birthday To Racing Legend John Surtees
John Surtees would have turned 84 today. Let's take a look at the highlights of his career.
Sunday Throwback: A Blue Ferrari F1 Challenger
That time when the Scuderia brought a blue Ferrari F1 on track, and it won both the Championship titles.
Kimi Räikkönen Gifts Ferrari Well Deserved Win
An overall superb drive for the Iceman, taking the first place from Lewis Hamilton in Lap 1 and keeping it with an amazing defense strategy and excellent tyre management
Kimi Räikkönen: The Last Scuderia Ferrari Champion
Today marks the 39th birthday of one of the most influential, talented and loved Formula 1 drivers of all time: Kimi Räikkönen.