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Ferrari’s Jock Clear on ‘no blame’ development culture: “Honestly, I think it’s a testament to Fred”

Ferrari brought a significant update to Imola, one of their two home races of the season, and after Friday’s practice the impovements looked promising. And that was even without addressing the issues that drivers Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz have identified during the first six races of the season. “It’s an organic development of the…

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Vasseur “quite happy” for Norris and McLaren after their victory at the F1 Miami GP: “They deserve their success”

Ferrari team principal Frederic Vasseur didn’t hold back in his praise for his rivals McLaren and Lando Norris after the team snatched the win at last weekend’s Miami GP. Vasseur was even seen taking part in some of McLaren’s post-race celebrations, in a true showing of sportsmanship from the French. Speaking after the race, Vasseur…

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Vasseur “completely impressed” by outstanding debutant Bearman at F1 Saudi Arabian GP

Britain’s Oliver Bearman has had a rollercoaster of a last few days. After getting pole last Thursday in Formula 2, he was called up to replace Carlos Sainz and drive for Scuderia Ferrari in F1 for the rest of the weekend, as the Spaniard was dealing with appendicitis. He was the youngest driver to ever…

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Vasseur “optimistic” about Sainz’s return for F1 Australian GP

Ferrari team principal Frederic Vasseur said he’s optimistic Carlos Sainz will return in time for the Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix afer undergoing surgery for appendicitis. Sainz missed the Saudi Arabian GP after being diagnosed with appendicitis, and was replaced by Ferrari Academy and F2 driver Oliver Bearman, who scored 6 points on his F1…

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“It really wouldn’t have happened without him” — Hamilton on Vasseur’s role in Ferrari F1 move

Lewis Hamilton has revealed that Ferrari Team Principal Frederic Vasseur was integral to the seven-time world champion switching to the Italian team. The British driver will drive alongside Charles Leclerc at Ferrari from 2025 onwards. In a media session in Bahrain on Friday, Hamilton said, “I think it really wouldn’t have happened without him (Vasseur)….

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Vasseur wants Ferrari to carry over their “very positive evolution” from last year “to win races” in F1 2024

With Lewis Hamilton set to walk through Maranello’s doors next year and Carlos Sainz leaving, there has been suggestions that Ferrari will view this year as a transition year so that the car can develop further for when Hamilton arrives and the Italian team can return to title-competing ways. Fred Vasseur, Team Principal at Ferrari,…

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Leclerc is “completely on board” with Vasseur’s long term vision for Ferrari in F1

Charles Leclerc expresses his confidence in the leadership of Ferrari team principal Fred Vasseur ahead of the Maranello based outfit’s 2024 Formula 1 campaign. Despite a far from ideal first season at the helm of Ferrari, team principal Fred Vasseur has garnered the support of the team’s star driver Charles Leclerc. The young Monegasque driver…

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Leclerc: Ferrari’s 2024 F1 car “definitely a step forward” compared to “peaky” SF-23

Charles Leclerc is confident that Ferrari will be able to solve the issues that plagued its 2023 F1 season with their brand new SF-24, which he described as a definite “step forward” compared to the SF-23, which was “peaky” and very sensitive, especially to wind conditions. Despite being the only team to win a grand…

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Toto Wolff claims “there are no bad feelings” towards Fred Vasseur after Hamilton’s stunning Ferrari F1 move

Every alliance has its expiration date, but the recent bombshell news that Lewis Hamilton is leaving Mercedes has shaken the paddock, concluding the 11-year love affair between the driver and the Silver Arrows. Team principal Toto Wolff confirmed Hamilton’s departure, expressing his pride and acceptance of the decision, a decision that not only marks the…

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Official: Lewis Hamilton to join Scuderia Ferrari in 2025 as he confirms Mercedes F1 exit

The bombshell news is now confirmed. Britain’s Lewis Hamilton is joining Scuderia Ferrari next year, agreeing on a multi-year deal. It will bring an end to a remarkable 11-year relationship with the works Mercedes team at the conclusion of the 2024 season. On Thursday afternoon UK time, the Mercedes staff at Brackley received confirmation of…

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