Ferrari F1’s Leclerc, talking about his race after coming back from 12th place and the future after race 3.
Ferrari driver, Charles Locklear He finished seventh in the Grand Prix of F1 in KSA. A difficult start to the season for Ferrari, which was seen here last year as a potential Formula 1 World Championship winner battling Red Bull. The SF-23 proves to fall short of presentation expectations. A strong gap opponent not only with Red Bull but also with Aston Martin and unexpectedly also with Mercedes.
The Monegasque driver started 12th after a penalty for changing some components of his single-seater. An excellent comeback by the Dancing Horse rider who finished seventh behind his teammate.
These are the words of Charles Locklear After the Grand Prix in Saudi Arabia F1: “The first stint was good, as was the tire management work which was worrisome on the tyres. Then with the hardest. If you weren’t in DRS at that track you would lose a lot and was about a second and a half behind Sainz the entire race. For the last five laps I told myself the car had to be taken to the finish line and I scored points because there was nothing else to do.Monegasque driver announces and confirms Sky Sport F1 mics.
There is a lot of work to be done to get back in the race with the leaders, Charles Leclerc is aware of that and concludes by saying forcefully: “There’s a lot of work to do: if we look where we want to be, that’s a win-win. There remains a long way to go. After Bahrain it is not surprising to see where we are. After Australia, there will be three weeks to find something important for the rest of the seasonAnd But Red Bull is faster in both corners and on the straight“.
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