Ferrari looked great on the long runs today IMO. Probably best of the midfield.
Quali pace was a lacking a bit to McLaren and AT but Charles seemed pretty confident that they have a handle on it. I'm thinking both cars land in the top 8 tomorrow.
as I just read in Italian media, "The FIA already yesterday has given their 'okay' to replace the chassis, as long as the curfew is not broken." They menaged to do so, so no penalty for Leclerc.search wrote: ↑Sun Nov 21, 2021 9:33 amany idea how Ferrari thinks that Leclerc can start from his original position when rules say "Any driver whose car has a change of survival cell following the start of the third free practice session (P3) must start the race from the pit lane"?! If they really change the chassis, there's no way to avoid it.
If you are happy for this ferrari mediocre race, I am glad for ya. Still not capable to set up perfectly the car and little improovements. Not ready yet to match title contenders. Need at least one year more