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Leclerc Reveals Interest In Racing In Le Mans

Ferrari F1 driver Charles Leclerc has said he would be interested in competing in the 24 Hours of Le Mans sportscar race if he was given the opportunity to do so. Speaking this week, Leclerc, who is entering his third season with Ferrari in the pinnacle of motorsport, said he is a huge fan of

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Ferrari Wary Of Simulated Gains Not Translating Into Better Speed

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has said the Scuderia is wary that its simulated performance gains, particularly from the wind tunnel, may not translate into on-track gains in pre-season testing and the 2021 season. “The start of the season is very important. I don’t expect the balance of power to change much for the rest

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Binotto Says Ferrari Confident Of Aero & Power Gains In 2021

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has said he is confident that the Scuderia has made significant progress in addressing the weaknesses of its 2020 challenger, which was one of the slowest cars in a straight line at many of the circuits raced at last season. Speaking during a Ferrari launch event on Friday, Binotto stressed

Stefano Domenicali and Mattia Binotto Ferrari

F1 CEO Domenicali Says Managing ‘Enormous Pressure’ Key To Success At Ferrari

2020 was Ferrari’s worst season in four decades, with the Scuderia finishing sixth in the Constructors’ Standings and its two drivers collectively scoring just three podiums from the 17 grand prix contested last season. Their weakened power unit was clearly responsible to some extent for their lack of pace, with Ferrari and its two customer

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Giovinazzi Expects Leclerc & Sainz To Stay At Ferrari For A ‘Few Years’

Antonio Giovinazzi, who races with Ferrari customer team Alfa Romeo, didn’t take part in last week’s Fiorano test. However, he still has ties to the Scuderia and remains hopeful that he will eventually drive for Ferrari in Formula One, though he believes Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz will be their driver line-up for a while.


Giovinazzi ‘Thought There Would Be A Chance’ To Join Ferrari In 2021

Prior to the 2020 F1 season getting underway, Ferrari announced that it would be parting ways with Sebastian Vettel at the end of the year. It was subsequently announced that Carlos Sainz would be leaving McLaren at the end of the season to partner Charles Leclerc at the Scuderia. READ: Wolff Reacts To Horner Claiming

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Ferrari Have Made A ‘Big Jump Forward On The Engine Front’ – Marko

Ferrari had a woeful 2020 campaign, with their SF1000 proving uncompetitive due to a combination of a weakened power unit and a draggy, aerodynamically inefficient chassis. Join F1 TV To Watch Live Grand Prix & Access Hundreds Of Full Races The Italian car-maker will run a new power unit in 2021 – and, according to

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