F1 News: Charles Leclerc’s Ferrari F1-75 sees worrying electrical problems during filming day at Monza

Ferrari’s 100km spanning 17 laps during the day of filming for their F1-75 earlier this week in Monza is said to have crashed. According to the report of Sports car racing, Charles Leclerc’s F1-75 ran into some trouble when the test failed, with rumors of electrical problems. Towards the end of its time, the car was returned to the pit lane after being retrieved by the mechanics.

The report states:

“There are rumors that the red car had an electrical problem with the 066/7 power supply, because the F1-75 was stopped at the end of the straight line, right in front of the Variante, and then failed to restart.”

However, the explanation for this is less disturbing because the team had no choice but to stop the car at that point. This was done to stay within the regulations stating that 100km is the maximum distance that can be done in a single day of filming.

The report adds:

“In order not to exceed the allowable limit, Leclerc turned off the F1-75 at the end of the line and the red was manually pushed down the pit by the mechanics. Someone was talking about electrical issues, when it was just a strategy to respect the FIA’s distance.”

The report also mentions:

“Ferrari tried to pick a date for the filming date that also functions to show off the first developments of the F1-75 that will debut at the next Spanish GP.”

With both Ferrari and Red Bull delivering upgrades at the upcoming Spanish Grand Prix, the race could prove to be setting the tone for the rest of the season.


Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc was “too generous” in Miami, says former F1 driver

Former F1 driver and columnist Jolyon Palmer claims that in his fight against the reigning world champion, Charles Leclerc was simply “too generous” at last week’s inaugural Miami Grand Prix. Write in his column on F1.comhe stated:

“After all his dramas [Lewis] Hamilton belt war in 2021, [Max] So far, Verstappen has to appreciate this fight, with both drivers having extreme respect for each other, but [Charles] Leclerc in Miami is definitely too generous. Maybe he’s hoping to get a DRS in the next round, but unlike in Bahrain or Jeddah where that tactic works, the next DRS isn’t at the corner exit – but seven turns later, Verstappen can get through. , and did. Drivers may be a little soft on Verstappen in Miami, but I also think the race strategy from Ferrari is very kind to Red Bull.”

Despite being locked in the Ferrari front row, Max Verstappen still claimed his second race win of the season in Florida.


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