Oh yes, folks! It's another new Ferrari! We're not even in June and the Maranello prancing horse has introduced two all-new cars in 2019. Meet the SF90 Stradale, Ferrari's first ever plug-in hybrid production model with nearly a thousand horsepower. Using a combination of a twin-turbo V8 and tripartite electric motors, the SF90 Stradale has … Continue reading Ferrari SF90 Stradale: Maranello’ most powerful road-car yet!
The heavyweight of Formula One and motorsports in general, Ferrari, has finally unveiled their 2019 F1 contender and it's very, very red. This is the sixty-fifth single-seater racecar built by the Maranello team and while the design code may be 670, it is known as the SF90. When it comes to the Scuderia team, keeping … Continue reading F1 2019: Scuderia Ferrari SF90
Yes! The Iceman will continue to race in Formula 1! But not with Scuderia Ferrari. After much speculation since the summer break, it is now confirmed that Kimi Raikkonen will be trading places with Charles Leclerc for the 2019 season. The 38-year-old racer has been struggling to find form for some years now while Mercedes … Continue reading Raikkonen confirms switcheroo to Sauber for 2019: F1 News
It's good to have back to back races after the summer break as we headed to the final race of the European leg of 2018 Formula One. The Italian GP at Monza, the home of Scuderia Ferrari and the third oldest racetrack still in use. After the increased pace shown by Ferrari at Spa-Francorchamps, they … Continue reading Mercedes capitalise as Ferrari choke at Monza: F1 2018
It's only the second race of the season but the Sakhir circuit in Bahrain has been known to offer some truly dramatic races and that's exactly what happened. But one man, in his Ferrari, was able to overcome the odds mounting against him and take the chequered flag - Sebastian Vettel. Practice showed that the … Continue reading Vettel pulls through in Bahrain GP: F1 2018
The biggest title contenders unveiled their 2018 Formula One contender right on the heels of their rivals, Ferrari showcased their sixty-fourth single-seater car design for F1 - the SF71H. It's supposed to be red, but this year's car is redder than last year, though it may have something to do with the addition of the … Continue reading F1 2018: Scuderia Ferrari SF71H