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Alonso targeting third place in both F1 championships

Fernando Alonso has set his sights on finishing third in the Formula 1 drivers’ championship behind the two Mercedes drivers, and is also hoping to help Ferrari fend off Williams to secure the same position in the constructors’ standings. 298 more words

After the mid-season break, the F1 circus heads to the Ardennes Forest for the Belgian GP

After a three week mid-season break, the F1 circus heads to the Ardennes Forest in Stavelot, Belgium this weekend for the Belgian GP on the magnificent Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps. 802 more words


Montezemolo brushes off "unfounded gossip" about Alonso and Raikkonen

Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has dismissed speculation surrounding the future of drivers Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen, calling it “unfounded gossip”.

After another difficult season at Maranello, paddock rumors have suggested that Alonso could be set to return to McLaren in the near future. 221 more words

Andretti: Alonso "keeping Ferrari alive" in 2014

1978 Formula 1 world champion and American racing legend Mario Andretti has praised Fernando Alonso for “keeping Ferrari alive” in 2014 as the team continues to struggle to fight at the front of the field. 301 more words

Scuderia Corsa 120 By Gear Patrol

An afternoon with Ferrari at Laguna Seca. The editing and cinematography really shine in this one.

Video courtesy of Loneyleap & Gear Patrol.


Sauber struggles due to 2013 development, not Ferrari engine

Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn has said that the team is not pointing the finger at engine supplier Ferrari for its struggles in 2014, but admitted that there are no positives to be taken from the first half of the season. 384 more words

Alonso gets cryptic on Twitter amid speculation about his future

As speculation about his future with Ferrari continues to circulate, Fernando Alonso has sent out a cryptic tweet to deny some of the stories.

The two-time world champion joined Ferrari back in 2010, creating a partnership that was intended to take both the driver and the team back to the very top of Formula 1. 262 more words