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22Video: Fernando Alonso shows us how to get around Fiorano... and the test ban

Fernando Alonso takes the Ferrari F10 around Fiorano – Click above to watch the video after the jump

15F1 backmarkers should drop to GP2, says Montezemolo

Luca di Montezemolo has never been one to mince words. The outspoken president of Ferrari – who until recently also chaired the Fiat group as well as the Formula One Teams Association – consistently makes headlines for speaking his mind, and has of late focused his criticism on the backmarker teams (principally comprised of newcomers), which most recently cost his star driver Fernando Alonso position – and arguably the lead – in last week's Canadian Grand Prix.

10Scuderia Ferrari chief says Massa is here to stay

The 2010 Formula One season isn't even halfway through, and already speculation has been ramping up for next year's line-up. The biggest piece of the puzzle revolves around Felipe Massa, the Brazilian driver who has – notwithstanding a few seasons spent farmed out to Ferrari-powered Sauber – been with the Scuderia since advancing to the series in 2002 with the European Formula 3000 title under his belt.

18Reports place Red Bull's Vettel, Webber at Ferrari

After winning three out of the seven races so far this season and topping both championship standings, Red Bull's dynamic duo of Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber must be looking mighty tempting to any number of rival teams on the grid. But the most alluring, according to recent reports, could be Ferrari.

48Ferrari addresses criticism over Marlboro sponsorship

2010 Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro F10 – Click above for high-res image gallery

14Alonso's other other ride: Ferrari 458 Italia

Fernando Alonso's Ferrari 458 Italia – Click either image to view in higher resolution

18Fernando Alonso gets himself a Maserati GranCabrio

Fernando Alonso with his new Maserati GranCabrio – Click above for high-res image gallery

2Ferrari Driving Academy already yielding results

Jules Bianchi tests for Scuderia Ferrari – Click above for high-res image gallery

27Pics Aplenty: Alonso, Massa dominate Valencia testing in new Ferrari F10

Felipe Massa and Fernando Alonso lap Valencia in the 2010 Scuderia Ferrari F10 – Click above for high-res image gallery

18Mo' Money, Fewer Problems: Can Raikkonen earn more by not racing?

If you scoffed at the notion that unionized auto workers were being paid not to work, you're going to love this one: According to reports emerging from Europe, Kimi Raikkonen could stand to make more money next year if he doesn't race than if he does.

21REPORT: Giancarlo Fisichella, meet your new Ferrari race seat

First thing this morning, no one knew who'd be replacing Luca Badoer in the second Ferrari alongside Kimi Raikkonen – in addition to Williams test driver Nico Hulkenberg and former Toro Rosso driver Sebastien Bourdais, the likes of current BMW driver Robert Kubica had been mentioned. Force India driver Giancarlo Fisichella's name has also been persistently mooted, but the scuttlebutt was consistently shot down by team principal Vijay Mallya.

10Ferrari weighs its options with Massa reportedly not expected back this season

When Felipe Massa was taken out of commission at the Hungarian Grand Prix last month, the questions on everyone's mind was who would replace him and when he'd be back. With regards to the former, Ferrari is one of the few teams on the grid that doesn't have a junior driver development program in place. The team doesn't usually have a problem getting the best drivers, but when disaster (literally) struck, the Scuderia was left without options.

14Ferrari to sign Fisichella to replace Badoer?

Ferrari has had plenty of time to get its hands on Giancarlo Fisichella. The Italian driver has been on the grid since 1995 when he started as a test driver for Minardi, and later driving for Jordan, Benetton, Sauber, Renault and now Force India. But the Scuderia wasn't interested. Not until its fortunes were down, and Fisico's were up.

4F1 Updates: BMW seeks new buyer, FIA re-opens selection process, Renault granted appeal, etc.

It's anything but business as usual this year in Formula One, and this past week has been no exception, with one team scrambling to secure its future, another receiving the go-ahead to continue racing, and others re-submitting applications in the hope of joining the grid for next year.

16Big Schu to Fill: Ferrari's Luca Badoer hasn't raced in ten years, never scored a point

With Michael Schumacher now confirmed to have canceled his comeback due to a neck injury sustained in a motorcycle accident, Ferrari has been left with no choice but to put one of its veteran test drivers into Felipe Massa's seat until the injured Brazilian is ready to return to active duty. The trouble is that while other teams use the test driver position to groom up-and-coming drivers for the race seat, Ferrari's approach has been to use older, more experienced drivers past their prime.

18Officially Official: Schumacher not coming back after all - driving is a pain in the neck

Ferrari was in with a bang, now it looks like the scarlet racers will be out with soggy whimpers: Michael Schumacher has canceled his F1 return due to lingering pain in his neck from a motorcycle accident earlier this year.

7Schumacher prepares in old F2007, stiff neck may stalls comeback [UPDATED]

Michael Schumacher behind the wheel of the Ferrari F2007 at Mugello – Click above for high-res image gallery

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