After the Baku disaster, the time has come for Ferrari to try again to turn the tables on the table after a series of disastrous Grand Prix for the team. The opportunity comes this weekend with the Canadian GP, ideal terrain for Leclerc and Sainz to return to the chase for the podium.
The Ferrari goals, as Mattia Binotto explained, are not currently responding to winning the 2022 World Cup, but to building a winning cycle with a competitive car. Ambitions that surely will not make you happy nor of Leclercstill in the running for the drivers’ title, nor that of Carlos Sainz.
In any case, after a couple of unfortunate grands prix in Spain, Monaco and Baku, now in Maranello they have to work on thereliability of the F1-75 to prevent new failures from compromising the race of the two drivers. The terrain looks ideal in Montreal, Canada, which is the new GP circuit this weekend. The weekend appointments, therefore, are divided as follows:
- Friday FP1 at 20; FP2 at 11pm;
- Saturday FP3 at 7 pm, qualifying at 10 pm;
- Sunday race at 20;
All free practice sessions, qualifying and the grand prix will obviously be broadcast on Sky and, on a delayed basis, on TV8. And you, on the other hand, what are your expectations from the new Formula 1 appointment? Let us know with a comment below.