[Rassegna stampa] – 49 points behind Charles Leclerc from Max Verstappen in the drivers’ standings; 76 of Ferrari from Red Bull in the constructors one. This is the balance sheet that the Maranello team has to deal with after the weekend in Montreal, with four more GPs on the horizon – grouped in just five weeks – to be played before the summer stop. The gap from the top of both rankings is very wide, but not unbridgeableAnd. The comeback that Red Bull itself achieved after the Melbourne flop, in the third GP of this very long season, demonstrates it absurdly. In Canada, despite a weekend to play in defense for Charles Leclerc’s start from the bottom of the group, the Cavallino surprised positively.
Carlos Sainz went very close to beating Verstappen, Leclerc limited the damage by climbing up to fifth position and Sergio Perez’s retirement even allowed the reds to recover four points in the Constructors’ championship. Now, in view of the sprint that will lead to the mid-championship break, the mission for all the men in red is to compact. It is necessary solve all problems who have slowed down the march so far – reliability, pit stops and Sainz’s performance in qualifying above all – to make the most of the qualities of the F1-75. On the Gazzetta dello SportAndrea Cremonesi tried to explain the reasons why the conviction of still being able to win both titles is still very present in Maranello.
“[…] Admirable is the clarity with which Mattia Binotto and his troop departed from the Baku disaster. There was no hesitation […] to set up an aggressive strategy on the engines, deciding on the spot both to mark off two specimens for Leclerc, and the third for Sainz. In order to face the next 4 races […] with fresh power units. […]. To the lucidity of studying an aggressive engine plan, the Cavallino has combined two other pillars: the speeding up of production processes, as demonstrated by the acceleration on the rear wing mounted by Leclerc, initially planned for the next Silverstone GP, and the ability to react in the pits. […]. And then the drivers: Leclerc showed calm, patience and stubbornness. […] Carlos gave another important signal in admitting that he could put himself at Leclerc’s service […]“.
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