Ferrari will force the pace, says Wolff, Formula One News & Top Stories

Florence Fletcher
March 15, 2019

Earlier this year, Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto said that Vettel would be given priority over Leclerc in the early part of the season, if certain situations warranted such a decision.

"You know the victor takes it all".

"In the end we are racing for Ferrari and that means we will try to get Ferrari back to where we've been trying to get it back to the last couple of years".

Lewis Hamilton has won four of those crowns and heads into the new season as a double-defending champion.

"In terms of the team, we've got so many incredible people within the team, and the's inspiring to see so many people so pumped, pulling together".

"I'm really pleased to kind of start a new page, knowing at this point of the year that anything is possible".

"I didn't have that much experience in testing to make a full conclusion".

Aussie favourite Daniel Ricciardo announced previous year that he was joining Renault for the 2019 season, and he partners Nico Hulkenburg who will hope to prove his pace beside his new teammate.

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Bottas says the key to his new approach will be being more guarded with his time to ensure he is in the best possible position at the start of each race weekend to maximise results.

"Obviously I completely understand the decision", said the Monegasque. The driver, whose team will also score an extra point for the constructors' championship, must finish in the top 10.

Mercedes and Haas have an unchanged driver line-up with World Champion Hamilton and teammate Valtteri Bottas aiming high in 2019, and Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean hoping to build on a successful debut season for the Haas F1 team.

"I think it was quite clear, however it's hard to know what everyone's doing, so naturally we won't fully know until we get out in the auto tomorrow and, come qualifying you get a better picture".

"Last year for example if I had a bad race you go home and you sort of forget it immediately with the greeting you get, which is great. From what we have learned so far, this year will be even tougher", he added.

"In this regard we are more prepared".

"Over the winter some things have been different, like with my coach again we looked through the travel plan and everything, all the details that we think is going to be best for my performance, like where I am between races, where do I fly, when do I fly". [And] I think it's a case of adding pure performance, but even then we know we haven't unlocked the full potential of the vehicle.

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