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Charles Leclerc, Ferrari SF-24 and Carlos Sainz, Ferrari SF-24
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How Ferrari’s benign car shift has unlocked F1 performance gains

As another season pans out with one team – and one driver – very much in charge, a revitalised Ferrari is one positive indicator of title challenges to come, says GP RACING. A major upgrade is coming this weekend, but will it be enough to shake up the battle at the front?

Amid the relentless monotony of
Max Verstappen’s domination of Formula 1 with Red Bull, there are few crumbs of comfort for the Dutchman’s rivals. Chasing Red Bull has become a measure of relative success, of progress towards the distant goal
of hopefully hauling in its advantage. In that, arguably the team with the biggest cause for patting itself on the back is Ferrari.

The Scuderia has come on a long way since this time a year ago, when it was in something close to crisis. Ferrari started 2023 with a capricious, uncompetitive car, after a 2022 season in which an early title challenge fell
apart in dramatic fashion.

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