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Carlos Sainz, Ferrari SF-23, Charles Leclerc, Ferrari SF-23
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Why drivers are the least of Ferrari’s F1 worries

The message from Ferrari’s top brass over the winter has been clear: runner-up spot isn’t enough. The Scuderia had the second-best car in 2022 and what is considered to be the second-best driver line-up on the grid. What will it take to go one better?

Charles Leclerc summed up Ferrari’s situation heading into the new world championship campaign in a couple of sentences in one answer
 at the launch of its new car this year.

“2022 was a good step forward compared with the two difficult years of 2020 and 2021,” Leclerc said, “but we finished second in both championships.

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