Fred Vasseur. Photo courtesy of Ferrari

F1: Ferrari’s planned updates coming after Baku

–By Mark Cipolloni–

The F1 teams head to the Baku street circuit on Friday for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix after a three-week break, with Red Bull expected to continue their dominant start, having won all three races this season.

Ferrari has accumulated only 26 points from the opening three races, with Charles Leclerc suffering two DNFs in the opening races of the season in Bahrain and Australia.

New Ferrari team boss, Frederick Vasseur, has confirmed Ferrari will not be bringing any new updates to their SF-23 car for the Baku race.

“I think that we will have a flow of updates that some will come,” Vasseur said. “Not at Baku, because Baku we have the aero package for the level of downforce, [and] with the Sprint race it’s not the easiest one. But from Miami, Imola, not Monaco, but Barcelona – each race will have an update on the car.

“We are sticking to the plan, but we’ve made some adjustments, I think, in terms of balance and behavior. It [the car] was much better in Melbourne and we’ll continue in this direction.


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