Extra issues for Ferrari as Leclerc will get Saudi grid penalty


Following its engine failure on the season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix, Ferrari was compelled to suit a brand new digital management unit to Leclerc’s automobile.

The adjustments triggered an computerized grid drop of 10 locations for the second race of the season in Jeddah and put Leclerc out earlier than the weekend.

Every driver is simply allowed two energy tanks for the entire season and Leclerc had already used up half of his allowance when Ferrari opted to exchange energy unit elements forward of the Bahrain GP.

Leclerc dropped out of third place within the race on account of engine bother.

The Monegasque trails Crimson Bull’s Max Verstappen by 25 factors after his DNF and already seems to have a mountain to climb if he’s to win the 2023 world title.

Reliability was considered one of new workforce principal Fred Vasseur’s high priorities to repair over the winter, nevertheless it seems Ferrari have to this point been unable to do away with the gremlins who plagued his 2022 marketing campaign.

“There have been two points, one on Sunday morning after we made the fireplace and one in the course of the race,” Vasseur defined.

“Sadly it was twice the digital management field and that is one thing we have by no means skilled previously.

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“I hope now we have now it beneath management. We’ve a deep evaluation on it. However sadly we should take the penalty in Jeddah as a result of we solely have a pool of two digital management for the season. “


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