With the start of the Formula One season now only a month away, one of the biggest unanswered questions—aside from how reliable the new cars will be—is how the relationship between Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen will work at Ferrari. As...Show More Summary
When Mark Webber told Sky Sports he expected then-teammate Sebastian Vettel to join Fernando Alonso at the team in 2016, it raised a number of interesting questions. Vettel had been tipped for a move to Maranello for the 2014 season,...Show More Summary
Ferrari's Fernando Alonso finished the 2013 Formula One season in second place overall, making up for mediocre qualifying performances with relentless consistency on race days. Teammate Felipe Massa finished eighth, a massive 130 points down. It was the latest in a string of poor seasons, and the Italian team finally lost patience with Massa. Show More Summary
Lewis Hamilton burst onto the Formula One scene with McLaren in 2007. He finished on the podium in his first nine races—including victories in Montreal and Indianapolis—and lost the championship by one point to Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen. Perhaps more impressively, Hamilton's story resonated with people outside of F1. Show More Summary
Aside from the major regulations set to shake up Formula One in 2014, the other major talking point is how Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen will work as Ferrari teammates. On paper, it looks like the strongest team pairing on the grid,...Show More Summary
I was never a Michael Schumacher fan. His years at Ferrari were agony for me, as he piled up titles and records at a prodigious rate. When Fernando Alonso finally ended his run of five straight championships in 2005, I was happy. When...Show More Summary
With the health of Michael Schumacher at the forefront of everyone’s minds, it seems almost trivial to talk about anything else in Formula One. But try we must. Amongst today’s other talking points, Fernando Alonso has questioned Sebastian...Show More Summary
McLaren Chairman Ron Dennis says he would not actively block Fernando Alonso from returning to the Woking-based outfit, despite a tumultuous relationship with the Spaniard during their last spell together.
Lewis Hamilton is not quite a match for F1's top drivers Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso. That is the view of Mark Webber, who after retiring from formula one has already moved on to his next challenge, testing his 2014 Le Mans car and being officially unveiled as Porsche's lead driver. Show More Summary
Although the new Formula One season is still three long months away, preparations for what will be a very different looking and sounding sport are already underway. Among today’s news and gossip, Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso talk about their early simulator experiences, while one outgoing F1 driver may be returning to an old stomping ground. Begin Slideshow
Fernando Alonso tested a virtual version of Ferrari's latest Formula 1 challenger earlier this week.
Bernie Ecclestone reckons Fernando Alonso "gave up a little bit" as the 2013 Formula 1 season developed, amid reports that the Ferrari driver was looking to join another team.
The team currently known as Lotus has had a long string of accomplished drivers behind the wheel, including world champions like Nelson Piquet, Michael Schumacher, Jenson Button, Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen. But Kimi is returning to Ferrari next season, leaving a big question mark over who would fill his seat. Show More Summary
Fernando Alonso says he and Ferrari "need to deliver" next year, as their partnership enters a fifth season without championship success.
Fernando Alonso was left to ponder what might have been after predicted rain showers failed to arrive during Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix.
This year's Formula One season reaches its curtain-call climax in Brazil on Sunday, where Sebastian Vettel receives his parade after sealing the drivers' championship earlier in the term. Beyond that, we already know Fernando AlonsoShow More Summary
Like all sessions so far, qualifying was also rain affected, with the showers coming at various intensities throughout the afternoon, making for difficult strategic and technical choices for everyone. Fernando Alonso ended up third for Scuderia Ferrari with team-mate Felipe Massa ninth to give him a fifth row start in his home race tomorrow. In [...]
Fernando Alonso was left with mixed feelings after securing third on the grid for the Brazilian Grand Prix, admitting that while it marks a pleasant change from his recent grid positions, he could have placed higher if he had conducted a cleaner final lap.
For the past decade, there has been a certain Spanish influence on the red half of Merseyside. Whether it's Luis Garcia and his sangria, Xabi Alonso’s pinpoint passes or Fernando Torres’ marauding runs in the box, the Reds of Liverpool...Show More Summary
Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso says his chances of stopping Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull from claiming fourth successive titles were effectively over as early as July.