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Ferrari ‘sure' their Monza pain won't be repeated

Ferrari are aware that, unfortunately for them, Monza is less than ideal for their car – but they are confident of faring better than last year. Frankly, the Scuderia could hardly do any worse than in last year’s Italian Grand Prix, which saw them hit the lowest point of a dismal 2020 campaign. With their engine struggling compared to the Mercedes and Honda, Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel started the race 13th and 17th respectively. Then things got even worse as Vettel’s brakes overheated on lap seven and he was forced to retire, smashing through the polystyrene marker boards at the first chicane, while Leclerc also made a spectacular exit as he crashed out at the Parabolica...
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