The eighth round of the World Championship sees the F1 circus head for Austria’s Red Bull Ring, previously A1 Ring and before that, Osterreichring, for the first time since 2003.
A gap of over a decade, makes it a brand new circuit from a technical point of view, with none of the data any of the teams might still have being valid today.
With only eight or nine corners, depending on what one believes constitutes a turn, this track at 4.326 km in length, although the third shortest after Monaco and Sao Paolo, is going to be the shortest in terms of lap time.
Like all teams, Ferrari will be relying more than usual on simulation work to provide a set-up baseline, although one...
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