A Set small text size A Set the default text size A Set large text size Ferrari – with its current structure, team bosses, strategists and drivers – will never be in the position to win a Formula One world championship without substantial change behind the scenes. The disaster that was the Japanese Grand Prix is evidence of their inability to progress as a team at the same rate their car has. With the 2019 season coming to an end, Ferrari have found themselves finally seeing the pace that was promised in pre-season testing. The Ferrari power unit has steadily become a force to be reckoned with, now demonstrating a clear margin over the Mercedes engines, and this progress has now put the Ferrari at the top of the pile in terms of pure pace. The run of form in the last few races that has seen them claim the last five consecutive pole positions shows how strong the car is over one lap. However, despite having the fastest car at several races this season and being close at a lot of others, the fact they have only won three races to Mercedes’ 12 shows just how far the gap… Read full this story
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