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Four out of five new Ferraris to be electric or hybrid by 2030, carmaker says

Italian luxury carmaker Ferrari on Thursday outlined an electrification strategy that calls for 40% full-electric vehicles and 40% hybrid models by 2030. CEO Benedetto Vigna...

Ferrari names new chief executive

Ferrari has announced that Benedetto Vigna, an Italian executive at Europe’s largest semiconductor chipmaker, will be the luxury sports carmaker’s new CEO. Mr Vigna, 52,...

Ferrari chief executive Camilleri resigns two years after replacing Marchionne

Ferrari says chief executive Louis Camilleri has resigned for personal reasons. John Elkann, chairman of the luxury sports car brand, will take over until a...

Ferrari sizing up Carlos Sainz as replacement for Sebastian Vettel

Ferrari are closing in on a replacement for Sebastian Vettel and Carlos Sainz is reported to be the favourite to take the German’s seat...

Ferrari to consider F1 future if budget caps are slashed

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has warned the team could walk away from Formula One if budget caps are slashed following the coronavirus pandemic. Last...

Ferrari chief admits Lewis Hamilton has discussed joining them

Ferrari have admitted for the first time that Lewis Hamilton has discussed joining them. Ferrari’s no-nonsense chief executive Louis Camilleri also scuppered any ambition rival...

Hamilton not feeling pressure to make decision about future amid Ferrari talk

Lewis Hamilton says he will not be rushed into a decision about his future after refusing to deny he has already spoken to Ferrari...

Ferrari says higher deliveries behind rise in profits

Ferrari has said second-quarter profits rose 14% on higher deliveries, driven by its Portofino and 812 Superfast brands. The Italian luxury sports car manufacturer said...

Ferrari need to ‘cure their illness’ – Mercedes boss Wolff

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has called on Ferrari to “cure their illness” following the Scuderia’s Hockenheim horror show. Lewis Hamilton will start from pole position...

Ferrari frustrated in their attempts to overturn Vettel’s five-second penalty

Ferrari have lost their review into Sebastian Vettel’s five-second penalty at the Canadian Grand Prix, confirming Lewis Hamilton as the race winner. Twelve days after...

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