Binotto: “We will probably change Sainz’s engine in Brazil”


Assume that Carlos Sainz replace your machine Mexico. In a circuit where the altitude made the propellers harder, something more affected the ferrari compared to its rivals and forced the Italians to lower their power and downforce significantly, it seemed the perfect place for Carlos will punish His chances of success, as in Leclercis minimal due to Mexico, Red Bull and Mercedes they are superior. However, finally those Maranello decided to postpone this change for Brazilin the penultimate race of the year.

ferrari put him in charles leclerc in Austin a new combustion engine serves for the Italians to test their reliability improvements for the course 2023. The reliability of its engine has been one of Ferrari’s most notorious evils this season and so far the team of Maranello it cannot use the full potential of its thruster. In Austin, Leclerc It now has a new engine, with a new valve design that increases its reliability, and therefore works on more aggressive maps to get the most out of the Italian power unit.

After this first test in the car of Leclercit is expected that Ferrari will choose to put this engine sainz in Mexico, something that could cost him a penalty of 5 places on the grid on Sunday (or more places if he changes other elements as well). However, the Italian team did not take that step, despite the fact that they knew that in Mexico it would be very difficult to win. They decided not to take that opportunity to punish.

Source: La Verdad


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