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03 | 09 | 2020 GP Italien / GP Italy  Four days on from a difficult Belgian Grand Prix, Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel were on duty at Monza for the first of three rounds on Italian soil this season. The race at Monza is usually the meeting point for Prancing Horse fans from around the world, as they pack the grandstands on this track on the outskirts of Milan, in the hope they will have good cause to stage a track invasion at the end of the race to get to the podium to celebrate with their favourite drivers. In a season so far run behind closed doors, this is probably the track where the absence of fans will be felt the most.

Emotions. Sebastian also had a word for the Scuderia’s fans. “Monza has always had a special place in my heart, because it was here in 2008 that I scored my first win, with a Ferrari-powered car (Scuderia Toro Rosso, Ed’s note,) and here that I have so often felt the support of the crowd. It will be sad not to be able to count on them in the grandstands, especially as we are struggling this season. From our side, we will do all we can to get the most out of the car. It would be nice to give our supporters something to smile about,” added Seb. “Knowing this is my last year with the team makes this race even more emotional. Maybe we can’t fight for the win but it will still be important to be able to say we did all we could to get the best possible result. That’s the goal I have set myself for this season; to leave Ferrari knowing I have left no stone unturned.”


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30 | 08 | 2020 GP Belgien / GP Belgium  Scuderia Ferrari came away from the 65th Belgian Grand Prix empty handed at the end of a disappointing race, which saw both cars finish outside the points. Sebastian Vettel was 13th and Charles Leclerc was 14th. Although in reverse order, the two SF1000s finished where they started, which confirms the difficulties that beset the Maranello cars all weekend long.

29 | 08 | 2020 GP Belgien / GP Belgium  Scuderia Ferrari expected a difficult Saturday at the 65th Belgian Grand Prix and so it was. Having struggled all weekend to get the tyres of their SF1000 into the right operating window, Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel failed to make the cut out of Q2 and will therefore start from the seventh row of the grid tomorrow when the five lights go out above the Spa-Francorchamps start line.

28 | 08 | 2020 GP Belgien / GP Belgium Scuderia Ferrari did not enjoy the best of Fridays at the Belgian Grand Prix. The team struggled to get the tyres to work properly with both Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel's cars and so the performance of the two SF1000s was considerably worse than expected, even if the team knew before taking to the track that Spa-Francorchamps would not be an easy track this year.

FP1. In the 90 minute morning session, the team focussed on fine tuning the car working with the Hard tyres. Then, both drivers switched to the Soft tyre with which they set their best times: Charles stopped the clocks in 1’45”759, while Sebastian did a 1’46”179, good enough for 14th and 15th respectively on the time sheet. They completed 33 laps between them.

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