For a Mercedes that has practically presented two versions of the W13, one with bellies and another with a very extreme concept (here our technical analysis), there is a Ferrari who has chosen the path of continuity. Team principal Mattia Binotto, on the other hand, had made it clear to Montmeló: the car would have been more or less the same and would not have undergone revolutions at least until the first races of the World Championship. This is because Maranello wants to first understand the maximum potential of this first version of the F1-75, clearly adapted and updated also according to the layout of the circuit, and then bring substantial updates.
“Our car is not very different from that of Montmeló. We certainly haven’t changed as much as the Mercedes. We made some adjustments with porpoising problems and we are optimizing the package. We are learning a lot and trying to bring out the maximum potential“Binotto said at a press conference. “They are so different machines that right now the best thing is to learn them and understand how to extract the potential. There is still a lot to exploit, starting with the current package, before developing developments. The conditions are very different from Montmeló: it is hot, the track is different, it is not a track with low-speed corners, but we must be able to exploit the car in all conditions.“.
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