Vasseur’s Analysis Highlights Ferrari’s Worst Case Scenario at Vegas: A Critical Examination of Safety Car Timing

Vasseur’s Analysis Highlights Ferrari’s Worst Case Scenario at Vegas: A Critical Examination of Safety Car Timing
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Ferrari Team Principal Fred Vasseur says the timing of the Safety Car in the Las Vegas Grand Prix was the

Charles Leclerc performed well in the race, leading after passing Max Verstappen before the latter received a time penalty. The timing of the safety car was unfortunate for Ferrari, as it allowed Verstappen to regain the lead after both Red Bulls pitted. The team was satisfied with Ferrari’s overall performance in Las Vegas. The incident at the start, where Verstappen forced Leclerc wide, resulted in a penalty for the Dutchman. Leclerc showed strong pace throughout the race, managing tire wear and making impressive overtakes. Carlos Sainz also had a notable performance, recovering to finish sixth despite starting from 12th due to penalties and being involved in a first-lap incident.

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