Leclerc & Vasseur offer differing views on Ferrari’s slipstream strategy

Leclerc & Vasseur offer differing views on Ferrari’s slipstream strategy
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Leclerc & Vasseur offer differing views on Ferrari’s slipstream strategy

At Monza, Charles Leclerc qualified third while his teammate, Carlos Sainz, took pole position. Max Verstappen was in between them and is looking for his tenth consecutive victory in tomorrow’s race. The high-speed nature of the track at Monza means that drivers often try to position themselves close to their rivals to benefit from a slipstream. Different teams used different tactics, with Verstappen opting to complete his qualifying laps without a tow, while Sainz did. Leclerc missed out on pole by less than a tenth of a second and believes that not having a slipstream cost him at least one position. Despite his complaint, team boss Frederic Vasseur believes that not using a slipstream was the better strategy and that Verstappen’s performance proves that.

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Source: Crash.net

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