From the historic English racetrack, the five GPs that the Red Team ask for a pass are run for the season’s final sprint.
Reworking the title of Fred Zinman’s hit movie (Five Days of Summer), Ferrari is a hot season, really, really hot, called to straighten out the title hunt Complicated by Red Bull’s extraordinary winning streak Followed by the brilliant start to the season by Roses and Charles Leclerc in particular. very noticeably, Maranello sets out a specific “road map” on social media Running from Silverstone to Spa-Francorchamps, Summon London Underground logo and graphics, the vast underground transport network in the capital of the United Kingdom, known as “Tube”. Aim near Maranello to get out of the tunnel…
Six consecutive jackpots without a victory shadow. Or rather three shades: the second three are in Miami (Leclerc) and most recently Montecarlo and Montreal (Sainz in both cases). We need a turning point, a break from the current World Cup stalemate: A stop sign capable of giving fresh impetus to Maranello’s candidacy, as well as regarding the possible progression of Mercedes, at least until Stuttgart decides on a “switch” with the 2023 target.
Meanwhile, Silverstone represents an unmissable opportunity to try to reverse the trend: The former RAF base was historically an invasion area for the Reds and – more One of the most expensive slopes in Leclerc, who climbed on the podium several times. In fact always, a season debuting with Sauber is far away. 3rd place in 2019 and 2020, 2nd one year ago. Not enough but it helps. British Grand Prix starts July in white heat: Four GPs in the five weeks before the summer vacation (a) Operations will resume at the end of the last week of July in Belgium.
Travel from Silverstone to the Red Underground Spa-Francorchamps. You can change trains and lines directly between the Ardennes because at that point, skipping summer, it will be another Temple of Speed’s turn. Next stop: Monza. With the idea of having good cards on hand again And a title ticket, or at least to the end of the Open Challenge season.
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