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Grosjean talking himself up as a future Ferrari driver

BAKU, Azerbaijan (AP) Romain Grosjean is talking himself up as a future Ferrari driver.

The Frenchman is in his second season with the American-owned Haas team, which uses Ferrari engines, and clearly fancies a shot at something bigger. Read More...

Hamilton seems to like the idea of competing for Ferrari

BAKU, Azerbaijan (AP) Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton seems to like the idea of competing for archrival Ferrari one day.

Although he is committed to winning his third Formula One title with Mercedes, and his fourth overall, Hamilton admires the Italian manufacturer. Read More...

Valtteri Bottas remains uncertain about his Mercedes future

BAKU, Azerbaijan (AP) Formula One driver Valtteri Bottas is uncertain about his future with the Mercedes team despite a strong start to the season.

Bottas was drafted in from Williams on a one-year deal as an emergency replacement for Nico Rosberg after the German driver retired days after winning the title last year. Read More...

Raikkonen prepared to sacrifice himself to help Vettel

BAKU, Azerbaijan (AP) Kimi Raikkonen is prepared to sacrifice himself in order to help Ferrari teammate Sebastian Vettel win a fifth Formula One title.

Vettel leads the championship by 12 points ahead of Mercedes rival Lewis Hamilton after seven races. Raikkonen is fourth and already trails Vettel by 68 points. Read More...

Sauber driver Ericsson dismisses talk of favoritism in team

BAKU, Azerbaijan (AP) Formula One driver Marcus Ericsson has dismissed talk of favoritism within Sauber following the unexpected departure of team principal Monisha Kaltenborn.

Kaltenborn, who was also Sauber's chief executive officer, left Wednesday by mutual consent. The news came shortly after another team statement denying reports of unfair treatment between the Swedish driver and German teammate Pascal Wehrlein. Read More...

Despite recent win, Hamilton says Ferrari still favorite

BAKU, Azerbaijan (AP) Despite his recent win at the Canadian Grand Prix, Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton still considers Ferrari rival Sebastian Vettel to be the Formula One favorite.

Hamilton's win in Montreal came after a terrible weekend in Monaco, underlining how unpredictable Mercedes has been after three years of dominance. Read More...

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