Here is a detailed list of the Formula One teams and drivers for the 2018 season of Formula One which begins with Australian GP on March 25, Sunday.
More than four years after a near-fatal brain injury in a skiing accident, Michael Schumacher is still being cared for at home in the quiet Swiss town of Gland on the shores of Lake Geneva.
The Australian GP next weel will be Vettel's 200th race whereas meanwhile, Hamilton seeks a record-extending 73rd pole and a 63rd GP win.
Vettel had the fastest time in the morning session with a lap of 1 minute, 20.396 seconds, two tenths faster than Valtteri Bottas of Mercedes.
Hamilton who holds the record for highest pole positions (72) said he was assured from the beginning of doing well in the 2017 season.
The 30-year-old German finished behind Mercedes-Amg driver Lewis Hamilton in the 2017 F1 driver standings.
Marchionne is unhappy with the sport's proposed 2021 engine rules, which were revealed at the end of October, and has said that Ferrari could leave F1.
Ferrari finished second in the constructor standings with 522 points below Mercedes-AMG (668) who topped the chart in the 2017 season.
Raikkonen currently sits fifth in the driver's standings heading into this weekend's season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Hamilton won his fourth career championship Sunday with his ninth-place finish at the Mexican Grand Prix
Despite Ferrari's status as Formula One's richest and most popular team, it hasn't won a driver's championship since Kimi Raikkonen in 2007.
The Finish driver refused to give up on Ferrari's season and stressed that his team is still capable of clinching victories in remaining four races of the season.
Raikkonen is fifth in the 2017 drivers' standings with 138 points, while Vettel is in the second spot with 235 points, 28 behind leader Hamilton.
After blowing pole position by causing a crash at the Singapore GP two weeks ago, the Ferrari driver threw away a golden chance to regain the championship lead from Lewis Hamilton.
Vettel and teammate Kimi Raikkonen finished behind Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas in both of Friday's opening practice sessions on the high-speed Monza circuit, which favours Mercedes' stronger power.
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen finished behind Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas in both of Friday's opening practice sessions on the high-speed Monza circuit, which favours Mercedes' stronger power.
Hamilton's fifth win this season was his 58th overall, having equalled Michael Schumacher's pole position record of 68 in the qualifying race.
Raikkonen lies at the fifth spot in the drivers' championship, 86 points behind teammate Sebastian Vettel, who leads the current standings.