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The event was packed with excitement-literally. At the beginning of the Malaysian Grand Prix
Sebastian Vettel had his usual Thursday media meeting in the Sepang paddock and his first job was to explain
Kimi Raikkonen didn’t have much to say in the press conference that marked the official start...
The Malaysian weather is one of the most talked about topics over the race weekend
Scuderia Ferrari goes into the second race of the season aware that the Malaysian track is extremely demanding in terms of the climatic conditions.
There was some good data collected by Antonio Fuoco at the end of the first test of the season in the GP3 Series.
Valencia’s Ricardo Tormo circuit yesterday hosted the first session of testing for the FIA European Formula 3 Championship.
“Forza Ferrari!” the Italian accent might still need some work, but this was Sebastian Vettel’s happy radio message".
“They did not play the Italian anthem on the podium, but we can be very pleased with this weekend".
“Shortly after the start, someone hit me from behind. Then I felt another contact on my right side".
“I’m only half happy today, because the real joy comes when you win. I am happy about the podium and for Seb".
Scuderia Ferrari secured a podium finish in the Australian Grand Prix, courtesy of a third place for Sebastian Vettel.
Among the many activities that serve as a curtain raiser to the Australian Grand Prix this Sunday, was a special parade of Ferrari cars.
“Let’s keep our feet on the ground. So far this weekend, it’s gone well".
“On my quick lap, I lost around three tenths at turn 3".
Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen will start the first race of the year from the second and third rows of the grid.
Sebastian Vettel was second fastest in the third free practice for the Australian Grand Prix...
This afternoon at the Albert Park circuit, Maurizio Arrivabene took part in his first ever FIA Press Conference...
Kimi Raikkonen: “It was a typical Friday of free practice. In the first session I could not drive very well and it was difficult to put a good lap together..."
Nico Rosberg was fastest in the second free practice session just ended at Melbourne’s Albert Park circuit
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