The Sainz-Leclerc battle on the front page of AUTOhebdo N°2428

Discover all our reports in issue No. 2428 of AUTOhebdo, available from this Monday evening in digital version on all platforms, and from this Wednesday on newsstands.

Published on 04/09/2023 à 19:00

Gonzalo Forbes

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The Sainz-Leclerc battle on the front page of AUTOhebdo N°2428

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  • A look back at the Italian Grand Prix and the internal battle at Ferrari in Monza. 
  • Max Verstappen in record mode with his 10th consecutive victory.
  • Frédéric Vasseur speaks after his first Italian Grand Prix at the head of Scuderia Ferrari.
  • Analysis of the critical situation of WRC which could lose one of its only three manufacturers in 2024.
  • In Monza, Theo Pourchaire took another step towards the title of champion of F2. A look back at the Frenchie’s excellent operation. 
  • What future for Meyer Shank Racing? Deciphering the situation of the pink stable currently in limbo
  • Le carpooling of the week will put the three-time French Super Tourism champion Éric Cayrolle in the spotlight.
  • Without forgetting all the results of the weekend with the Rally France, F3,IndyCar, NASCAR but also the Classic and our section dedicated to Mobiwisy mobility.

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Gonzalo Forbes

In charge of promotion formulas (F2, F3, FRECA, F4...). Carried by the grace of Franco Colapinto.

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07/09/2023 at 01:22 a.m.

Honestly, really?? I know well that a Ferrari is all-risk insurance for a motorsport media but still! no trace on the front page of the identity of the winner of the GP, we had to dare. About the article on the request (for the moment refused) from Renault to be able to compensate for its so-called handicap of around 20hp power, it is from memory from 3% and not from 1 that it was envisaged that this would be possible, and there , the 3% are not there!! Too bad the article does not ask the right questions, why does Renault not do, has not done, like the other engine manufacturers?? An idea of ​​an answer; Renault which would not would not have stayed if the budget cap had not been implemented we have done it (as it has for far too long) with the strict minimum of budget, with this mode of operation they can restructure again and again it will never do it! And when we see that ultimately the famous (smoky?) budget cap prevents those who are behind from progressing in the hierarchy, even more so!


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