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Other engines ‘miles ahead' of Ferrari – Vasseur

Jul.30 Two other Formula 1 engines are 'miles ahead' of Ferrari in 2021. That is the admission of Alfa Romeo boss Frederic Vasseur, even though he confirmed that the Swiss-based team will continue to be powered by the Maranello-built engine in 2022. 'We are happy with the engine we use and have a good relationship with Ferrari,' he told Italy's Autosprint. 'They have been supplying us with power units for many years and are working hard to improve them. Hopefully in 2022 we will make significant progress.' Indeed, Ferrari's engine performance slumped badly last year, but is clearly much improved in 2021. Vasseur explained: 'The Ferrari engine is on par with Renault, but Mercedes and Honda...
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