Ferrari fans can see Good Omens, aware that Champion Michael Schumacher had to wait 5 years to win a title with The Scuderia, and that Sebastian Vettel, a 4X champion with Red Bull Racing, has reached a similar stage.
Mr. Vettel also left pre-season testing in Barcelona with the fastest lap time.
Ross Brawn, F1 Managing Director for motorsport who fathered Mr. Schumacher’s championships and also led MercedesAMG, as well as winning titles with his own team, is among those excited.
“I think we’ve got a vintage season coming up,” he told reporters Saturday.
“We’ve got all these elements; Charles Leclerc, Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari under different management, MercedesAMG will be very strong, we have got the new regulations which I think will close the field up a bit…
“I think the performance and reliability of Honda seems a big step up. And then we have a fascinating midfield. All pretty tight and impossible to call, but still seemingly a bit of a gap between the front and midfield.”
Monaco’s Leclerc, 21 anni, is Ferrari’s youngest race driver since Y 1961 and replaces Kimi Raikkonen, the Y 2007 world champion who has moved to the Alfa Romeo team.
“Clearly there was some friction in the team between Maurizio and Mattia, it was not smooth. It wasn’t an easy environment last year,” said Mr. Brawn.
“If you are going to beat Lewis Hamilton in a MercedesAMG, you need to be on Top of everything.
“I have a feeling this year will be stronger for them…there is a calmness about the team, and the car looks good, so I think they have got every chance this year.”
Ferrari’s Brand: Ferrari became the world’s strongest brand, with a score of 94.8 out of 100 and an AAA+ rating this year.
Ferrari is the Aristocrat of the automotive sector.
HeffX-LTN overall technical outlook for RACE is Bullish across the board, and there is very little resistance here and none above 140.26. All of our Key indicators are Very Bullish in here.
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