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Ferrari can ‘absolutely' catch Red Bull – Baldisserri

Dec.6 Ferrari can 'absolutely' catch up with Red Bull as soon as 2024, according to highly successful former Formula 1 engineer Luca Baldisserri. Most famous for being Michael Schumacher's race engineer at the peak of Ferrari's ultra-successful title-winning era, the Italian hit back at the notion that Maranello was crushed by Red Bull's dominance this year. 'It was a normal trend,' he told La Gazzetta dello Sport, 'especially for a team that has changed the top management of the organisation. 'When I analyse a car I always do it by considering the performance of the second driver. And in this sense it is even clearer that Ferrari's performance was not that much inferior to that of Sergio...
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