Gené – who has long been a test driver in the Italian stable and a core member of the brand ambassador programme – says a young Ferrari will run for him this year with a very different approach to the F1 weekend race and uses the term 2.0. For this.
Although three-time race winner Leclerc underperformed his teammate Carlos Sainz last year, this year the stables in Maranello have created a car whose drivers can constantly fight for race victories. In the 2022 season, the Maidan has completed two racing weekends so far and Monaco is putting in a more convincing performance than their Spanish counterpart. Leclerc leads the individual championship with 45 points, while Sainz is second, 12 points behind his teammate.
“I’ve seen ‘Leclerc 2.0’ just about everywhere and I have to say I can’t stand it.” formulated from Monaco He achieved the fourth success of his Formula One career at this year’s Australian Grand Prix. “Obviously I’ve been able to grow over the years.”
“I did well overall last year but had no luck at all in Monaco and Hungary and was shocked to leave those positions with fewer points than I should have had. They weren’t overtaking me and I was constantly fighting in the middle of the field, in which case you weren’t in the spotlight. Like pilots fighting for first place.”
“Obviously people think I’m better this year because I’m always up front and it’s great to have Ferrari here again after so many years. Overall, I don’t think I’ve developed much in a year, but over the years I’ve been able to build myself up to that level.” Step by Step “.
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