• Ferrari
  • Ferrari wants three races in United States
  • November 5, 2014: Ferrari boss Marco Mattiacci says Formula One should pursue staging three races a season in the United States to increase the revenues available to all its teams

  • US GP - Race
  • Three-stop was unavoidable - Raikkonen
  • November 3, 2014: Kimi Raikkonen said he could not help but go onto a three-stop strategy at the US Grand Prix after struggling with front tyre issues throughout the race

  • US GP - Qualifying
  • 'One day we will get it right' - Raikkonen
  • November 2, 2014: Kimi Raikkonen says he is still unable to drive the Ferrari as he would want but is hoping a breakthrough will eventually unlock his true speed

  • US GP - Qualifying
  • Alonso: Ferrari considered pit lane start
  • November 1, 2014: Fernando Alonso says Ferrari opted against incurring a pit-lane start penalty at the United States Grand Prix but, as a result, did not have the power to challenge for higher than sixth on the grid

  • US GP - FP2
  • Hamilton tops Rosberg by 0.003s in second practice
  • October 31, 2014: The US Grand Prix in Austin looks set to offer a tantalising battle between championship rivals Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg this weekend after the Mercedes team-mates were split by just 0.003s in Friday practice

  • US GP - FP1
  • Hamilton tops Rosberg in first practice in Austin
  • October 31, 2014: Lewis Hamilton set the fastest time in the opening practice session for the US Grand Prix, 0.292s faster than Mercedes team-mate and championship rival Nico Rosberg

  • Ferrari
  • Alonso is in Raikkonen's head - Massa
  • October 27, 2014: Felipe Massa believes Kimi Raikkonen's struggles at Ferrari this year are more down to the psychological impact of team-mate Fernando Alonso rather than any issue with his car

  • Ferrari
  • New Ferrari chairman advocates high-risk approach
  • October 16, 2014: Sergio Marchionne, the man who has replaced Luca di Montezemolo as Ferrari chairman, says the F1 team must embrace risk and "kick some ass" to regain a dominant place in the sport again

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