Ferrari has racked up headaches in Bahrain. Charles Leclerc did not complete the test and carlos sainz was fourth, behind Fernando Alonsoafter its wheels collapsed and could not resist attacks from the Aston Martin.
The Monegasque bid farewell to the Vuelta 41. His battery had failed and he couldn’t continue. A battery that had already been changed as a precaution before departure. For which there are already two pieces that he has used.
And as the Italian press reports, Ferrari could not recover either of the two batteries. For what Leclerc might face already facing a sanction in Australia.
The worst possible start for the Monegasque, who could already penalize in the second race of the season and not be able to start from the front.
Ferrari has a lot of work to do. The degradation is very real and can be seen in Sainz’s car, chased and hit by Alonso with his Aston Martin. The Greens do not suffer from this degradation.
The Spanish driver was able to contain Lewis Hamilton, recovering his wheels and finishing in fourth position. They have a lot of work ahead of them at the Maranello factory.
Fred VasseurFerrari boss, commented that this is his reality: “It’s not good to start from zero. I would have preferred to finish, but I maintain my position, I already told the team a year ago. week or two, that the championship does not stop in Bahrain”.
“The most important thing now is to be able to have a clear picture of the situation and to know where we are failing,” he explained.