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New, separate problems to blame for Ferrari's qualifying woe

Ferrari has revealed that separate problems, which had never before been seen, were to blame for its disastrous qualifying session at the German Grand Prix. Ferrari set the pace through practice in hot conditions at Hockenheim, with Sebastian Vettel quickest in FP1 before Charles Leclerc clocked the best times in FP2 and FP3. But Vettel suffered a loss of power on his installation lap in Q1 and returned to the garage, where he remained for the rest of session, leaving him last on the grid. Leclerc, meanwhile, made it through to Q3 but encountered a problem that meant his SF90 was unable to leave the garage. As a consequence, he will start from the foot of the top 10. “The entire team...
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