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“They are the new point of reference in Formula 1”

The great start that Scuderia Ferrari is having in the 2022 Formula 1 season has returned them to their historic first pla


The great start that Scuderia is having in the 2022 season has returned them to their historic first place in the highest category of motor sport.

In the first three dates he has obtained two victories -thanks to Charles Leclerc, leader of the drivers’ world championship and they’re at the top of the constructors’ championship, with 104 points, followed by Mercedes with 65 and RedBull with 55.

In this scenario, the advisor and director of the RedBull pilot program, , assured Bild that “Ferrari is good at any temperature, on any track and with any type of tire.”

“They are the new point of reference for Formula 1”he added.

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Marko’s statements are given in the preview of the Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix, at the Imola circuit, where the Italian team is local. For this reason, and given their dominance, it is expected that on Sunday the tifosi will be able to celebrate a new victory for Ferrari.

This grand prize -previously called San Marino- It will be the first of 2022 to have the sprint mode. This means that after the traditional classification, A short race will be played that will define the starting grid on Sunday.

The Emilia-Romagna GP will start this Friday, April 22, with the first free practice at 7:30 a.m. (Chilean time). The same Friday, at 11:00 am, the qualy will be played.

On Saturday the 23rd at 10:30 a.m. in our country, the sprint race will take place. And on Sunday 24 at 9:00 a.m. the race will start at the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari.

Leclerc (Ferrari) leads the standings with 71 pointsfollowed by George Russell (Mercedes) with 37 and Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) with 33. Meanwhile, world champions Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) and Max Verstappen (RedBull) have 28 and 25 units respectively.

However, Marko does not lose hope of approaching the leader. “We can catch up. Max too. We have to give him a car with which he can play to his strengths,” added the Austrian.