2023 Scuderia Ferrari F1 Team

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2023 Scuderia Ferrari F1 Team

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Team: 🇮🇹 Scuderia Ferrari
Base: 🇮🇹 Maranello, Italy

Team principal: Frédéric Vasseur
Technical director(s): Enrico Cardile, Enrico Gualtieri.

Race drivers:
🇲🇨 Charles LECLERC 16
🇪🇸 Carlos SAINZ JR. 55

Chassis: TBD
Engine: Ferrari V6 Turbo

This thread is to discuss the 2023 Scuderia Ferrari F1 TEAM
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The new car is more than 1 second faster

For our information, the numbers from the Ferrari simulator are extremely positive, with highly-qualified sources revealing that the 2023 car is over one second faster than last year’s machine. This is an intriguing estimation from the Maranello camp, considering the 2023 regulations introduce significant variations in terms of overall aerodynamic load.

I don’t see competitors catching up and Mercedes won’t beat Redbull for 2nd place


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https://www.formu1a.uno/ferrari-675-ove ... simulator/

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I'll believe in their titles only at the end of the 2023 season.. Before that moment all those "+30 hp", "1sec+ faster than.. " give hopes but then nothing happens :(

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1 second faster than last year’s car despite regulation changes slowing down the cars would be absolutely crazy.

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Well the new tyres can make up a large portion of that 1 second, so I am not really surprised.
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ringo wrote:
Thu Jan 19, 2023 5:12 pm
Well the new tyres can make up a large portion of that 1 second, so I am not really surprised.
Ferrari must have some kind of a wonder simulator!

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Isn't this the case year on year? I mean, the typical gain is around 0.8-1 sec for the top teams.

Right?

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tpe wrote:
Thu Jan 19, 2023 5:49 pm
Isn't this the case year on year? I mean, the typical gain is around 0.8-1 sec for the top teams.

Right?
The regs have changed (floor edge/diffuser throat) estimated to reduce performance by about 5 tenths so to gain 1s over last year, you'd need a 1.5s step.

Ringo brings up the important point that tyres could make a difference, but I imagine Ferrari are taking the different tyres into consideration if they're comparing their new car to the old car.

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jumpingfish wrote:
Thu Jan 19, 2023 12:35 pm
I'll believe in their titles only at the end of the 2023 season.. Before that moment all those "+30 hp", "1sec+ faster than.. " give hopes but then nothing happens :(
They have a history of bringing a strong, new car at the beginning of the season and then tapering off. 2015, 17, 18, 19 and 22. Lot of times, they sit on some pony, grey tricks that the competition finds out and throws them off mid-season. I won't be surprised if the new car would be the benchmark in the first race and hopefully they would have enough reliability on the car and no pony tricks.

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LM10 wrote:
Thu Jan 19, 2023 3:19 pm
jumpingfish wrote:
Thu Jan 19, 2023 2:58 pm
LM10 wrote:
Thu Jan 19, 2023 2:50 pm


Ferrari has been the fastest car on one lap pace over the majority of last season. Where RB18 stood out was the race pace, but more so after TD39.
Pole positions are good, but I'm more interested in the racing pace of the 675 adn strategy, because even starting 1-2 in Monaco, they managed to lose. What is the use of pace on one lap if they come to the finish line in races later than their rivals.
Pole positions usually show the pure pace of a car. Race pace is about tyre management more than anything else. If you have a car capable of getting pole most of the time, you don’t have to worry THAT much, to say the least.
What Ferrari needs to improve on primarily is tyre management and strategy obviously.
Has there been any reports of a reshuffling of management under Vasseur? Otherwise I cannot see how strategy would improve.

With that said, if the 675 is fast, and can manage the tires, strat would be redundant in most cases (that was Merc's recipe for a few years).

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Venturiation wrote:
Thu Jan 19, 2023 12:18 pm
The new car is more than 1 second faster

For our information, the numbers from the Ferrari simulator are extremely positive, with highly-qualified sources revealing that the 2023 car is over one second faster than last year’s machine. This is an intriguing estimation from the Maranello camp, considering the 2023 regulations introduce significant variations in terms of overall aerodynamic load.

I don’t see competitors catching up and Mercedes won’t beat Redbull for 2nd place


Duchessa is very reliable




https://www.formu1a.uno/ferrari-675-ove ... simulator/
Only positive if Mercedes and RedBull didn't improve by 2 seconds :D

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AR3-GP wrote:
Thu Jan 19, 2023 6:12 pm
LM10 wrote:
Thu Jan 19, 2023 3:19 pm
jumpingfish wrote:
Thu Jan 19, 2023 2:58 pm


Pole positions are good, but I'm more interested in the racing pace of the 675 adn strategy, because even starting 1-2 in Monaco, they managed to lose. What is the use of pace on one lap if they come to the finish line in races later than their rivals.
Pole positions usually show the pure pace of a car. Race pace is about tyre management more than anything else. If you have a car capable of getting pole most of the time, you don’t have to worry THAT much, to say the least.
What Ferrari needs to improve on primarily is tyre management and strategy obviously.
Has there been any reports of a reshuffling of management under Vasseur? Otherwise I cannot see how strategy would improve.

With that said, if the 675 is fast, and can manage the tires, strat would be redundant in most cases (that was Merc's recipe for a few years).
It has been like 20 days since he is in office.

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F1NAC wrote:
Sat Jan 21, 2023 6:24 pm
AR3-GP wrote:
Thu Jan 19, 2023 6:12 pm
LM10 wrote:
Thu Jan 19, 2023 3:19 pm


Pole positions usually show the pure pace of a car. Race pace is about tyre management more than anything else. If you have a car capable of getting pole most of the time, you don’t have to worry THAT much, to say the least.
What Ferrari needs to improve on primarily is tyre management and strategy obviously.
Has there been any reports of a reshuffling of management under Vasseur? Otherwise I cannot see how strategy would improve.

With that said, if the 675 is fast, and can manage the tires, strat would be redundant in most cases (that was Merc's recipe for a few years).
It has been like 20 days since he is in office.
and almost a decade of watching the bumbling from afar....

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Thread stickied, as is happening to other 2023 team threads.
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Sainz bought his first car, a Ferrari 812 Competizione. 😍 He drove a Golf since he was 18 years old. Got it from his parents.
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