• Leclerc rues 'just not good enough' Ferrari pace in Jeddah

    Il y a 10 jours - Par F1i

    Ferrari's Charles Leclerc says he struggled for pace during his second stint in Sunday's Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, which stopped his early progression in the race dead in its tracks.
    The Monegasque had qualified second, but a 10-place grid drop due to an engine penalty saw him line up 12th at the start.
    However, a strong opening stint of 16 laps allowed Leclerc to carve his way up to P7 on the soft compound tyre, just behind teammate Carlos Sainz and ahead of his switch to Pirelli's hard rubber and of a subsequent safety car period triggered by the retirement of Lance Stroll's Aston...
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  • Verstappen 'not happy' to settle for second in Saudi GP

    Verstappen 'not happy' to settle for second in Saudi GP

    Il y a 10 jours - Par F1i

    Max Verstappen admitted that he had backed off in the closing laps of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix on Sunday night at Jeddah Corniche Circuit - and he's not happy about it.
    While his team mate Sergio Perez started the race from pole position, Verstappen was stuck in 15th place on the grid after suffering a driveshaft failure at the start of the second round of qualifying.
    Verstappen had hoped that the RB19's superior pace would let him quickly carve his way back tot he front but it proved harder than expected when he got held up in a DRS train of slower cars.
    "It wasn't very easy to get...
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