Reported that Ferrari F1 will not launch upgraded floor / F1 Emilia Romagna GP[F1-Gate .com]

Ferrari had prepared an upgraded floor for the F1-75, but reportedly forgot to launch it at the F1 Emilia Romagna GP this weekend.

Imola this weekend reported that it was forecast to rain and the Italian version of Motorsport had forgotten Scuderia Ferrari to launch an upgraded floor in anticipation of bad weather.

In addition, this weekend’s F1 Emilia Romagna GP will be held in the format of the season’s first sprint qualifying, with only Friday’s first free practice time to evaluate the update.

The car was in a parc ferme state from the moment it left the garage for qualifying on Friday afternoon, with limited time to test new parts. “The signs coming out of the simulator advised the prancing horse technician to remain the very impressive F1-75 in the first three races of the 2022 season,” the site said.

Still, Ferrari plans to make minor adjustments to the car in hopes of mitigating the effects of porpoising, and that field-leading cars will be able to compete again at the front without major upgrades. I’m predicting.

Scuderia Ferrari plans to introduce an F1 power unit upgrade at the F1 Miami GP in Round 5 and could be launched at the same time at the F1 Miami GP in May if the new floor is not in use this weekend. There is.

Charles Leclerc has a healthy advantage of 34 points over second-ranked George Russell this weekend, so he can stay ahead of the drivers’ championship whether he finishes on Sunday or not. ..

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Ferrari’s closest rivals Red Bull and Mercedes claim they will not bring “significant” upgrade packages to Imola, but other teams have suggested introducing the first upgrade of the season, especially. Alpine F1 has announced that it will introduce an upgraded floor.

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