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How To Fix Ferrari

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For Ferrari, the Italian GP was certainly an eventful one, in all the wrong ways. This is a common thread for them in 2020, as their results have been sub-par compared to the 2019 season. Vettel may have confirmed that he'll be racing with Aston Martin in 2021, but for Leclerc and Sainz and the rest of the team, there's some problems to solve. So in the lead up to the Tuscan GP, held at Ferrari's home turn in Maranello, Jake Boxall-Legge asks the question - how do Ferrari get back on track? Whilst also looking at the new components the red team used to improve their luck at Monza, and what the future might hold going forward.

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Duration 09:47
Posted Sep 10, 2020
Series Formula 1
Event Tuscany GP
Teams Ferrari
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