Big Tea wrote: ↑
Sun Jul 05, 2020 12:13 pm
Ringleheim wrote: ↑
Sun Jul 05, 2020 10:24 am
selvam_e2002 wrote: ↑
Sun Jul 05, 2020 4:53 am
Ricciardo took a right decision but Saniz poor guy.
"Saniz" won't be at Ferrari for long. He'll slowly drift into obscurity thereafter.
Just an unsubstantiated 'gut feeling' but I feel with the cost cap Ferrari will look across the pond, and if Sainz is in the right place at the right time he may d well out of it
There are no gains for FCO for Ferrari in Indycar, it's a spec series. Possibly Ferrari could develop an engine for Chrysler to run, to keep their staff busy.
I think it's more interesting to see how Sainz stacks up to Norris in their second season together. Sainz might just be the perfect Barichello for Leclerc and will be at Ferrari for the long haul. Ferrari has a history to be very loyal to their team players and not so much to their number ones.