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Revealed: Ferrari's power advantage over Honda and Mercedes

Fresh estimations have indicated that Ferrari’s power is greater than that of both Mercedes and Red Bull. This is despite the Ferrari reportedly having been up to 19kph slower than the Honda-powered Red Bull in Saudi Arabia, although the superior estimated pace of Mercedes in the speed rap relative to the Scuderia would indicate that Ferrari’s downforce setup had a massive role to play. It was said after the Bahrain Grand Prix, which was won by Charles Leclerc as Carlos Sainz sealed the team’s first one-two since 2019, that the Maranello side had more power to them should they choose to deploy it, but a new power unit in the back of both Ferraris in Miami did not stop Max Verstappen...
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