No matter where you finish during qualifying, the Monegasque driver Charles Leclercof Ferrari, will start from the bottom of the grid for this Sunday’s race corresponding to Canadian Grand Prixninth meeting of the 2022 campaign of the Formula 1. The above because the FIA has confirmed that the single-seater of Leclerc underwent other modifications which increased the first sanction which he had had on Friday when nothing else had been penalized with 10 positions according to the place he occupied in the classification, which benefits Czech Perez and Max Verstappen.
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But, even if he achieves “pole position”, it will not help the Monegasque who will be in last place next to the Japanese Yuki Tsunoda, from AlphaTauri, which fitted a new engine to its racing car. In the F1 portal it was stated that the adjustments in the car of Charles Leclerc, third in the drivers’ championship, were a new internal combustion engine, the turbo, the MGU-H and the MGU-K.
Before, they only noticed the changes in the electronic control system, so the punishment changed and the member of Ferrari will start from behind Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, so you will have to row against the current in search of a good result.
The changes in the Monegasque’s car were due after the fiasco of the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, in which he had to start while leading the race. The changes were also made with the Italian team aware that there is still a long way to go and that overtaking on the Canadian track is generally less difficult than on the other tracks.
His companion, the Spaniard carlos sainz he also changed his thermal group for the third time this season such that he received no penalty.
Charles Leclercwho dominated the “Grand Cirque” at the start of the season, has gradually lost consistency because of his car, for now he has 116 points, so he urgently needs victories to close the gap with the Red Bull. The leader of the drivers’ championship is the Dutchman max vertappen (150 pts.), followed by the Mexican Sergio Perez (129 points)
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