Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen have both strongly defended Ferrari team principal Maurizo Arrivabene, amid rumours the Italian could be replaced following a disappointing start to the season.
Italian media have suggested Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne is considering a management reshuffle which could see technical boss James Allison promoted to team principal, replacing Arrivabene, after Ferrari failed to win any of the opening four races.
However Vettel has branded the rumours "bullshit", admitting he is happy with the job Arrivabene is doing.
"I know there has been some rumours and some bullshit lately, but we are very happy that he is with us and not with somebody else," said the four-time world champion.
"He is reachable, accessible for all the people," he said on Friday. "He spends a lot of time with the team, not just here but also in Maranello."
Meanwhile team-mate Raikkonen has called Arrivabene "the best team boss" he has ever had.
"He is the best team boss I have ever had," added the Finn. "I think he is exactly the right guy for this job and he does a good job.
"The team… we are good together and we will get where we want to go, but it is not always easy to go."