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“Low speed, long corners the main issue to address” for Scuderia Ferrari F1 — Leclerc

Ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix this weekend, Charles Leclerc has predicted Red Bull to make a step in performance as F1 returns to permanent circuits over the next few weeks following recent events at Miami, Monaco and Canada. Max Verstappen won four of the first five races and looked set to dominate the championship…

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Ferrari’s F1 Canadian GP weekend “very weak” as “the pace never clicked” — Sainz

After a fantastic race result in Monaco just a couple of weeks ago, Ferrari found themselves facing the harsh realities of sport in Canada as both their drivers got knocked out of Q2, and a double DNF followed on Sunday. Carlos Sainz struggled with pace during the Canadian Grand Prix. In a rain-soaked Montreal, Ferrari…

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Vasseur hopes Ferrari has got the “shitty part of the season” out of the way following rough F1 Canadian GP

Ferrari had by far their worst weekend of the 2024 season at the Canadian Grand Prix.Charles Leclerc (engine) and Carlos Sainz (crash damage) retired from the race as the team scored no points, losing out in both the Drivers’ and Constructors’ Championships. Ferrari team boss Fred Vasseur discussed it in his post-race written media session….

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Leclerc had to make “15 switches per lap” as he was losing ”sometimes 1.5s” a lap due to engine issue in F1 Canadian GP

From hero to zero. The Monegasque driver, fresh off his first ever home GP win, was forced to retire from the Canadian round due to an engine issue. Following Sainz’s collision with Albon, Ferrari suffered from its first double DNF since Baku 2022. Leclerc talked about the gremlins that ultimately forced him to stop. The…

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“The grip was just extremely poor in the first sector” — Leclerc reflects on nightmare F1 Canadian GP qualifying for Ferrari

After winning the Monaco Grand Prix and demonstrating strong performance since introducing their latest upgrades in Imola, Ferrari was expected to be the favourites at the Canadian Grand Prix. This was anticipated due to the track’s slow corners, kerb riding, which played to Ferrari’s strengths last time out. However, during final practice it became evident…

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“Any team would be privileged to have Sainz” — James Vowles hopeful the Spaniard will join Williams F1 next year

Carlos Sainz is undoubtedly the hottest topic on the Formula 1 drivers’ market since it was announced that Lewis Hamilton is taking his seat at Ferrari next year. However, the options he seemed to have at the start of the season are slowly slipping through his fingers, with Sergio Perez securing a two-year contract extension…

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Norris not fully “confident and comfortable” in the MCL38 as long term McLaren F1 car limitations still exist

Ahead of the Canadian Grand Prix, McLaren driver Lando Norris shared his thoughts on the team’s progress and expectations for the race. Fresh off his first Grand Prix win at Miami, Norris has shown that McLaren can compete at the highest level despite following Red Bull’s dominant start to 2024. Discussing the team’s improvements in…

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“It concerns me that people can get away with that kind of stuff” — Sainz calls out incorrect reporting and says he’s not signed 2025 F1 deal yet

Carlos Sainz used media day in Canada to clarify all of the rumours and set the record straight regarding his future in Formula 1 as the Canadian Grand Prix approaches this weekend. The Ferrari driver shared insights as he navigates his future in the sport.  After Sergio Perez made his decision to stay at Red…

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Leclerc pleased that Ferrari F1 has been “very quick in addressing car issues” over “the last seven to eight months”

After a first home victory for Charles Leclerc in Monaco last time out, Ferrari are in the mix for the Constructors Championship’, only 24 points away from Red Bull Racing. When asked if the recent success is due to the drivers stepping up or the car itself, Leclerc confidently said that it is mainly because…

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“They will be back soon and be strong” — Vasseur on Red Bull’s recent F1 struggles

Since the start of the 2024 season, Ferrari has been closely contesting at the top. With a win at the Australian Grand Prix and the upgrades they introduced at Imola helping them to victory at Monaco, it has shifted the expectation that 2024 would be a straightforward championship run for Red Bull and Max Verstappen….

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