Playing two against one, Ferrari's best chance to beat Max Verstappen on Sunday?

By qualifying 2nd and 3rd behind the untouchable Max Verstappen, Ferrari is banking on strategy even more than on pure performance to try to get a second victory this season, during Sunday's Grand Prix.

Published on 05/05/2024 à 00:16

Jeremy Satis

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Playing two against one, Ferrari's best chance to beat Max Verstappen on Sunday?

Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz attacking Red Bull on Sunday? © Eric Alonso / DPPI

Remember the 2023 Singapore Grand Prix, where Ferrari brilliantly used the pawn Charles Leclerc to allow Carlos Sainz to impose oneself. There Team could she do a similar stunt on Sunday? It will obviously be more complicated. Firstly because no Ferrari will start from pole, but also because apart from retirement, Max Verstappen won everything

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Yves-Henri RANDIER

05/05/2024 at 01:44 a.m.

This is a good idea... but will the execution by the Scuderia be up to par? One thing is certain, putting pressure on Verstappen would – finally? - to know if there is still a lot under the RB20's foot and to see if the Ferrari is really close to it

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