The Finn won the world title with the Prancing Horse in 2007
The Finn is set to join Ferrari for the 2014 season
The former world champion is expected to join for next season
But team principal Stefano Domenicali attempts to coll speculation by claiming decision has not yet been reached
Tyre manufacturer acts to stop repeat of British GP which was overshadowed by a string of high-profile blowouts
The British Grand Prix was yesterday overshadowed by a string of tyre failures that will lead to serious questions being asked of manufacturer Pirelli.
Massa was involved in two identical accidents over the course of the weekend which saw him lose control of his car towards the end of the start-finish straight
Nico Rosberg scored his third successive pole position as Mercedes locked out the front row for the second consecutive race.
Ferrari driver out paces team-mate Fernando Alonso
Sebastian Vettel mastered the tricky conditions to make it back-to-back pole positions to start the new Formula One season.
Kimi Raikkonen posted his intent to start the new Formula One season with back-to-back wins after finishing quickest in practice ahead of Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix.
'Easy' triumph for dark horse but all is not well at McLaren as Button admits new car struggles
Stefano Domenicali wants to see a better start than in recent seasons
When Sebastian Vettel snatched the 2010 World Championship from beneath his nose in Abu Dhabi in the last race of the season, insiders say that Fernando Alonso wept inconsolably in the Ferrari garage for an hour and a half. The defeat – based on flawed strategic thinking as Ferrari kept an eye on Mark Webber and shadowed his pit stops instead of watching Vettel, and a lengthy spell trapped behind Vitaly Petrov's fleet Renault with no DRS to facilitate overtaking – cost Englishman Chris Dyer his job at Ferrari and tore out the Spaniard's heart.
Fernando Alonso finally got to quantify in qualifying yesterday the scale of the mountain he has to climb if he is to beat Sebastian Vettel to the World Championship when a gripping Formula One season ends in Brazil this afternoon. And it was of Everest proportions.
McLaren’s Martin Whitmarsh and Eric Boullier at Lotus both called into question Ferrari’s tactics