Merc urges F1: Take Ferrari quit threat seriously
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says Formula One risks playing with fire if it does not take Ferrari's threat to quit the sport seriously.
Mercedes convinced 2018 will be a three-way fight
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff is expecting the 2018 Formula One season to be a tense three-way battle between his team, Ferrari and Red Bull.
F1 team-by-team preview: The top half
The second part of ESPN's team-by-team preview for the 2018 Formula One season looks at the top five from last year's championship standings, including the three teams most likely to fight for the title.
McLaren slams Ferrari for breaking 'gentleman's agreement'
McLaren has accused Ferrari of breaking a gentleman's agreement with the signing of the FIA's safety director Laurent Mekies.
FIA explains plans to clamp down on oil burning
The FIA is confident new regulations this year will be successful in catching teams that attempt to burn oil in the engine's combustion chamber to gain a power advantage.
Todt keen to remove Ferrari's veto
FIA president Jean Todt is against extending Ferrari's veto over Formula One's regulations when the current commercial deals tying the sport together expire at the end of 2020.
Ferrari hires FIA safety director Mekies
Ferrari has hired the FIA's safety director and deputy F1 race Laurent Mekies to join the technical team of its Formula One operation.
Vettel hints at deceptive Mercedes winter pace
Sebastian Vettel has suggested the long-run pace demonstrated by Mercedes and Red Bull during winter testing does not give an accurate picture of the pecking order ahead of the Australian Grand Prix.
Analysis: Has F1 finally got a three-way title battle?
Following two weeks of testing at the Circuit de Catalunya, ESPN analyses the battle at the front between Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull.
Ricciardo: Final days of testing paint unclear picture
Ferrari's impressive finish to Formula One's pre-season has made Daniel Ricciardo contemplate Red Bull's true place in the pecking order, but he is still sure both teams are in the same "ballpark" as Mercedes.
Raikkonen: We could have gone faster
Kimi Raikkonen is confident the Ferrari could have set a faster lap time during pre-season testing at the Circuit de Catalunya if it wanted to.
Ferrari tops final test but Mercedes impresses most
Ferrari ended pre-season testing at the top of the timesheets after Kimi Raikkonen finished 0.563s clear of Fernando Alonso's McLaren on the final day at the Circuit de Catalunya.
Raikkonen fastest as McLaren reliability trouble continues
Ferrari remained at the top of the timesheets during the final morning of pre-season testing as McLaren faced another reliability issue with Fernando Alonso at the wheel.
Vettel on Ferrari pace: Don't jump to conclusions yet
Sebastian Vettel is refusing to draw conclusions from his eye-opening headline lap time set on the penultimate day of Formula One's winter tests.
Vettel smashes lap record as Ferrari hints at true pace
Ferrari signalled its intent on the penultimate morning of pre-season testing by setting a new track record, nearly 0.4s clear of the previous record set by Daniel Ricciardo on Wednesday.
Ricciardo confident of stronger Red Bull challenge in Melbourne
After setting a new Circuit de Catalunya track record on Wednesday Daniel Ricciardo predicted Red Bull will be hot on the heels of Mercedes and Ferrari at the Australian Grand Prix.
Vettel fastest as McLaren's problems continue
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel topped the opening day of the final pre-season test as McLaren lost more mileage to reliability issues.
Vettel fastest in morning session as McLaren hits trouble
Sebastian Vettel topped the opening morning of the second week of Formula One testing while McLaren struggled for mileage due to electrical issues.
Merc and Ferrari 'working as one team' - Horner
Red Bull boss Christian Horner believes Mercedes and Ferrari are working together to shape Formula One's landscape in their favour.
Ecclestone advises F1 to go all electric
Bernie Ecclestone has urged Formula One to go all electric in order to create a series that is in line with the future of the motor industry.
Analysis: Ferrari targets improvements in all areas
Craig Scarborough takes a detailed look at the technical changes to this year's Ferrari SF71-H.
Binotto explains thinking behind Ferrari's new car
Ferrari has designed its 2018 Formula One car with the aim of consolidating its strengths and wiping out Mercedes' advantage at high-speed circuits.
Ferrari changes cooling system for 2018 car.
Sam Collins discusses Ferrari's SF71-H car and what changes the Italian team has made on it.
Ferrari launches 2018 F1 car
Ferrari has unveiled its 2018 Formula One car at an event at its headquarters in Maranello.
Listen to Ferrari's new engine fire up
Ferrari has fired up its 2018 Formula One car for the first time at its headquarters in Maranello.
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