Formula 1 compares the Ferrari season

Published: Wednesday, 17 August, 2022 1

If Formula 1 published this Tuesday a comparison between the results of Fernando Alonso and Esteban Ocon in the 13 appointments consumed on the F1 calendar to date, this Wednesday has been the turn of the Ferrari.

The official account of the ‘Great Circus’ has drawn up a table that reflects the performance of both Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc, although what remains seriously on target is the reliability of the ‘Scuderia’.

In 13 races, those from Maranello add seven dropouts between their two drivers, a figure incompatible with being alive in the fight for the Constructors’ World Championship.

In terms of career, Sainz and Leclerc are tied in times in which one has been ahead of the other, although in terms of the ‘qualy’ the power of Charles is unquestionable: 10 out of 3.

However, Carlos has climbed once more on the podium (6) than his partner (5), although the victories of the Monegasque prevail in the classification and Leclerc has 178 points, 22 more than the ’55’ (156).

With nine races to go, the difference between the two is minimal and, taking into account the reliability failures that Ferrari is having, anything can happen. Last year, in his first season in red, Sainz beat Leclerc. This year, despite the obvious improvement of the ‘Cavallino’, Carlos, without making much noise, is in a position to be ahead again.