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Charles Leclerc And Kimi Raikkonen Give Thoughts On New Ferrari PU

Ferrari and its two customer teams – Alfa Romeo and Haas – will be running a new power unit this year after having the weakest engine in Formula One last campaign. READ: Source: WADA Still Investigating Haas Livery Despite FIA Saying It’s Legal The Scuderia has said it is confident that it has taken a step forward and should be more competitive at power-hungry circuits this upcoming season than it was in 2020. After driving Alfa Romeo’s 2021 challenger, the C41, during pre-season testing at Bahrain, Kimi Raikkonen said the new Ferrari power unit appears to be better than its predecessor, but he stressed that it’s difficult to estimate where that leaves them as the other engine...
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