1. WATCH: Sebastian Vettel ‘Coaches’ Rival F1 Teams Trackside Following Shock Q1 Exit  Essentially Sports
  2. Ferrari's F1 woes deepen outside the top 10 on home Italian GP grid  Sky Sports
  3. F1: Ferrari performance "hurts even more at home" - Leclerc  RaceFans
  4. Leclerc praying to see "light at end of the tunnel" for Ferrari  GPfans
  5. Sebastian Vettel Stays Back to Watch Rest of Qualifying Despite Early Q1 Exit  Essentially Sports
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Sebastian Vettel watched the Monza qualifiers after he crashed out early as Ferrari and its customers occupy the entire mid-table.Sebastian Vettel watched the Monza qualifiers after he crashed out early as Ferrari and its customers occupy the entire mid-table.

WATCH: Sebastian Vettel 'Coaches' Rival F1 Teams Trackside Following Shock Q1 Exit - EssentiallySports

Ferrari's latest difficulties in qualifying brought up another uncomfortable statistic for Formula 1's struggling giants, as they missed out on the top 10 on the grid for their home Italian GP for the first time in a generation.Ferrari's latest difficulties in qualifying brought up another uncomfortable statistic for Formula 1's struggling giants, as they missed out on the top 10 on the grid for their home Italian GP for the first time in a generation.

Ferrari's F1 woes deepen outside the top 10 on home Italian GP grid | F1 News

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The Italian Grand Prix is taking place this weekend and Ferrari is looking to make up for their poor showing so far in the 2020 season.The Italian Grand Prix is taking place this weekend and Ferrari is looking to make up for their poor showing so far in the 2020 season.

OPINION | Ferrari better be prepared for harsh criticism post-Italian GP | Wheels24

Who needs party modes? Clearly not Lewis Hamilton as he averages 164 mph to take Monza pole ahead of Valtteri Bottas and Carlos Sainz as Ferrari fail to get beyond Q2. - Pitpass.comWho needs party modes? Clearly not Lewis Hamilton as he averages 164 mph to take Monza pole ahead of Valtteri Bottas and Carlos Sainz as Ferrari fail to get beyond Q2.

Hamilton takes Monza pole - Pitpass.com

Toto Wolff says he is "fine" right where he is after rumours emerged in the Italian media claiming he could be off to Ferrari.Toto Wolff says he is "fine" right where he is after rumours emerged in the Italian media claiming he could be off to Ferrari.

Toto Wolff rubbishes Ferrari rumours, 'fine' at Mercedes | PlanetF1

Ferrari's worst fears were realised on Saturday when they failed to qualify at least one car in the top ten on home soil for the Italian Grand Prix for the first time since 1984. In a dismal showing by their own historic standards and high expectations, Charles Leclerc, who won last year's race from pole position, qualified 13th and departing four-time champion Sebastian Vettel was 17th. Vettel's Q1 exit represented another low for the team as...

'It hurts': Ferrari in worst Italian GP qualifying performance since 1984

“Porca miseria!” would aptly sum up the qualifying session Ferrari endured on Saturday for the 2020 edition of their home Italian Grand Prix, suffering their worst Saturday at Monza since 1984.  Indeed their qualy-report did not beat about the bush, “A Saturday to forget for Scuderia Ferrari in terms of qualifying for the Italian Grand […]

Ferrari: Very disappointing but unfortunately, hardly surprising | GRAND PRIX 247

Toto Wolff has brushed off rumours that he might soon be leading crisis-struck Ferrari.Toto Wolff has brushed off rumours that he might soon be leading crisis-struck Ferrari.

Wolff plays down Ferrari switch rumours

Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc hopes to see a "light at the end of the tunnel" in the near future after another dismal qualifying performance at...Read more

For Ferrari, just like at Spa-Francorchamps, it was another dramatic Saturday. This time the result was even worse, because Sebastian Vettel didn't even make it through Q1. Charles Leclerc did, but his 13th place is not something to be proud of either. …

Lewis Hamilton claimed pole position for Formula 1's 2020 Italian Grand Prix ahead of Valtteri Bottas, while Carlos Sainz took third with Max Verstappen pushed down to fifth.Lewis Hamilton claimed pole position for Formula 1's 2020 Italian Grand Prix ahead of Valtteri Bottas, while Carlos Sainz took third with Max Verstappen pushed down to fifth.

Italian GP: Hamilton grabs pole as Mercedes crushes rivals

Ferrari says his team will withdraw its appeal against Racing Point once the FIA puts forth its specific 2021 anti-copying regulations.Ferrari says his team will withdraw its appeal against Racing Point once the FIA puts forth its specific 2021 anti-copying regulations.

Ferrari will drop Racing Point appeal if FIA changes rules

Ferrari's fortunes on home ground failed to improve on Saturday with the Scuderia suffering its worst qualifying at Monza since 1984.Ferrari's fortunes on home ground failed to improve on Saturday with the Scuderia suffering its worst qualifying at Monza since 1984.

Ferrari suffers worst qualifying at Monza in 36 years!

Charles Leclerc says he is prepared to have “patience” during Ferrari’s recovery effort to return to competitiveness in F1.Charles Leclerc says he is prepared to have “patience” during Ferrari’s recovery effort to return to competitiveness in F1.

Leclerc will have “patience” amid Ferrari’s F1 recovery

Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto has admitted questioning his role while Formula One's oldest and most successful team endure one of their worst seasons in decades.Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto has admitted questioning his role while Formula One's oldest and most successful team endure one of their worst seasons in decades.

Binotto admits he questioned his role at Ferrari

MONZA, ITALY (AFP) - Ferrari's worst fears were realised on Saturday (Sept 5) when they failed to qualify at least one car in the top ten on home soil for the Italian Grand Prix for the first time since 1984.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Formula One News -MONZA, ITALY (AFP) - Ferrari's worst fears were realised on Saturday (Sept 5) when they failed to qualify at least one car in the top ten on home soil for the Italian Grand Prix for

Formula One: 'It hurts' says Leclerc, as Ferrari suffer worst Italian GP qualifying performance since 1984, Formula One News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Join Will Buxton as he guides you through all the reaction from qualifying for the Italian Grand Prix.Join Will Buxton as he guides you through all the reaction from qualifying for the Italian Grand Prix.

PADDOCK PASS: The drivers report back after a hectic Monza qualifying for the 2020 Italian Grand Prix | Formula 1®

Ferrari has suffered its worst qualifying performance at the Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix since 1984 after both cars failed to make the top 10

Ferrari hurting after worst Monza qualifying in three decades - Speedcafe

JONATHAN MCEVOY AT MONZA: No fans at Monza might just suit Mattia Binotto. The Ferrari team principal is under such pressure that he wondered whether to resign.JONATHAN MCEVOY AT MONZA: No fans at Monza might just suit Mattia Binotto. The Ferrari team principal is under such pressure that he wondered whether to resign.

Charles Leclerc can restore Ferrari back to its former glory just like Michael Schumacher | Daily Mail Online

THE F1 season moves to Italy and the iconic circuit at Monza. Lewis Hamilton was nearly flawless as he tightened his grip on the Drivers Championship in Belgium, beating team-mate Valtteri Bottas b…

F1 Italian Grand Prix race: UK start time, live stream, TV channel, race schedule for Monza

Ferrari Formula 1 driver Charles Leclerc says his team's struggles "hurt even more" at Monza after neither of the squad's cars made it into Q3 for the Italian Grand PrixFerrari Formula 1 driver Charles Leclerc says his team's struggles "hurt even more" at Monza after neither of the squad's cars made it into Q3 for the Italian Grand Prix

Leclerc: Ferrari F1 struggles "hurt even more" at Monza after Italian GP Q3 miss - F1 - Autosport

Sebastian Vettel believes Ferrari should have been smarter with its strategy to avoid traffic at the end of Q1 after qualifying 17th for the Italian Grand Prix.Sebastian Vettel believes Ferrari should have been smarter with its strategy to avoid traffic at the end of Q1 after qualifying 17th for the Italian Grand Prix. The final part of the first session …

Ferrari should have been smarter to avoid Q1 mess – Vettel | RACER

Sebastian Vettel believes Ferrari should have been smarter with its strategy to avoid traffic at the end of Q1 after qualifying 17th for the Italian Grand Prix. The final part of the first session …

Ferrari should have been smarter to avoid Q1 mess – Vettel | RACER

Team chief Mattia Binotto admitted he considered his future with Ferrari as the team's disappointing start to the season hit a low at last weekend's Belgian Grand Prix where they failed to score a point.Team chief Mattia Binotto admitted he considered his future with Ferrari as the team's disappointing start to the season hit a low at last weekend's Belgian Grand Prix where they failed to score a point.

Binotto says he considered his future in Ferrari storm | SuperSport

Mattia Binotto has cooled rumours linking Ferrari to Andy Cowell, who recently stepped back from his integral role at the

Binotto denies Ferrari is looking to hire Cowell – Motorsport Week

Its Formula 1 team is in a slump, but the company C.E.O., Louis Camilleri, is making changes that he says will eventually pay off.Its Formula 1 team is in a slump, but the company C.E.O., Louis Camilleri, is making changes that he says will eventually pay off.

Charles Leclerc knows Ferrari has a long road ahead before it returns to the winners' circle, but the patient Monegasque is "ready to wait".Charles Leclerc knows Ferrari has a long road ahead before it returns to the winners' circle, but the patient Monegasque is "ready to wait".

Patient Leclerc 'ready to wait' for Ferrari resurgence

Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto has admitted questioning his role while Formula One's oldest and most successful team endure one of their worst ...Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto has admitted questioning his role while Formula One's oldest and most successful team endure one of their worst ...

Binotto admits to questioning his role at suffering Ferrari - CNA

Mattia Binotto is keeping his job in charge of Ferrari's struggling team. That is the…Mattia Binotto is keeping his job in charge of Ferrari's struggling team. That is the news from Louis Camilleri, the Maranello company's CEO. He was speaking with the New York Times amid Ferrari's...

Ferrari to have ‘brand new engine’ for 2020 | Grandpx.news