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Sport Sebastian Vettel seems to have doubts: does he have the same car as Leclerc?

11:05  27 october  2020
11:05  27 october  2020 Source:   ran.de

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Sebastian Vettel trusts that Ferrari is giving him the same specification of car as Charles Leclerc amid his ongoing struggles up against his Formula 1 teammate. While Leclerc was able to impress by qualifying and finishing fourth in the Portuguese Grand Prix at Portimao, Vettel had another difficult

per- car , putting Vettel on "b-strategy" and making gametime calls that favor Leclerc , etc. Once Ferrari internally decided that they were going to part ways Its not that he doesnt give a fuck but rarher that he doesnt have the same drive that he would normally have . From time to time he still show glimpses

Munich - The Ferrari team has speculated that Charles Leclerc's SF1000 could be technically different from Sebastian Vettel's car, relegated to the realm of fables: "The cars of Seb and Charles are undoubtedly identical," said team boss Mattia Binotto to the Italian TV colleagues from 'Sky' clear.

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Previously, Vettel Ferrari had not assumed any manipulation, but sparked a little with the fact that Leclerc might get other material. For example, when he once again bit his teeth at Leclerc's time in a free practice session in Portimao, he was amazed on the pit radio: "That's all there is in the car. At least in this car."

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Sebastian Vettel is a liability in an F1 car who is making mistakes at a worrying rate and arguably deserves to lose his Ferrari seat for next season. For someone of his experience to do it in an actual grand prix is unfathomable. Two years in a row he has been in a car that could have won at Monza

He had a number of things that he was pursing as well as F1, but he seemed to have impressive He does not have many weaknesses and rarely makes mistakes. His consistency is extraordinary and Leclerc reminds me of Hamilton and Schumacher. It was another very strong performance from

Vettel: Stopwatch one thing, feeling the other

And in the TV interviews after the race, Vettel indicated that it was "obvious" that "the other car is significantly faster". Which he probably just wanted to express that he currently sees no country against Leclerc. But then the phrase "Charles" instead of "the other car" would have helped to prevent the conspiracy theories from fueling any further.

When Vettel sits next to Binotto in the Ferrari media panel on Sunday evenings, his analysis sounds like this: "I have to believe that we have the same car and I trust the people in my garage." By that he means the group of three or four engineers who are explicitly assigned to him. The top management, Binotto and Co., probably less, could be interpreted.

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Do you think, after the changes in the regulations that we’ve had a few weeks ago, that it’s still the He "masks" the cars weaknesses. I would LOVE to see who is the fastest driver in the same car . They have to both drive the Merc or the RBR or ideally both in the same session to make a viable

He was always able to open the gap and I was never really there. He could keep his pace and I think that “Unfortunately, there weren't many chances to do something different. When the Virtual Safety Car was deployed following Charles Leclerc ’s crash with Brendon Hartley, it looked like Vettel might

"The stopwatch is one thing," says Vettel. "The other is my feeling. I have really trouble getting good laps together, being consistent and feeling the grip that Charles obviously feels. I'm working on it. I have no choice but to work hard to pull myself out of it . "

Bernd Schneider: Year is lost for Vettel

Or just wait until the season is over. "This year is lost", fears "Mister DTM" Bernd Schneider on the niche channel 'SPORT1'. "I think Vettel can't wait for the year to end. The way he can present himself at the moment, he won't be satisfied. I can only keep my fingers crossed that it will be better next year."

"He is still young and still has a bite. He will still want to show that Ferrari may have been wrong. I am convinced that we will still see a lot of positive things from him," says Schneider, who has a longstanding relationship with Vettel connects: "I know him from karting. [...] I saw his talent and was convinced that he was going his way."

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Sebastian took the man to his studio and started to show him some of his pictures, with some pride and hope. The man looked at them one after the other while Sebastian watched his face, but to Sebastian ’s disappointment the man did not say anything, and his expression did not change at any

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Trust that Ferrari has long lost in Vettel. "I really hope that Sebastian will qualify further up in Imola," said Binotto. "Then maybe he can show what he's made of in the race." Vettel nods: "Our weakness is Saturday. On Sunday I only have problems because I'm stuck in traffic. The races are of course difficult."

Ferrari team boss criticizes Vettel

It is also clear: "Charles is certainly very good. But you might expect a little more from the second driver," said Binotto, criticizing the long-standing number 1 of the Ferrari team, which slipped to number 2 in 2020. Such "chatter around it," says Vettel, "doesn't really matter" to him. But: "Of course it hurts. My own expectations are much higher than the expectations from outside."

The "other side" (he means Leclerc) things are just easier, the four-time world champion states soberly: "Some idiot may never figure it out, but whether I'm a complete idiot? I dare to doubt that. At some point you should be lucky and hit the curve. "

By the way, the 33-year-old wipes the theory that Vettel doesn't get along with the narrow limit of the Ferrari as well as Leclerc and that a possibly loose rear end gives him a headache: "I don't think so. I've been racing for a long time. Sometimes lies you think a car is better, sometimes worse. "

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Is the current Ferrari Vettel just not lying?

"But you try to adapt to that as best you can. You always have to do that anyway, and that is also the case this year. Nothing has changed in that regard. It's more about the question of how much grip you feel and how you do Charles may feel something different than me in that regard. What is clear is that for some reason I'm not as fast as him. "

A problem that is not Ferrari specific in 2020. The Red Bull RB16 is also considered difficult to drive. Max Verstappen hits the possibly narrow "sweet spot" better than Alexander Albon. You can see from Pierre Gasly that this doesn't just have to be due to his driving talent. It didn't look good at Red Bull 2019, but it blooms in the more good-natured AlphaTauri.

Leclerc leaves it all cold: "I just look at myself," he says. "I feel good in the car. We brought a few updates and they seem to go in the direction of my driving style. That helps me." He certainly improved as a driver in 2019. "I try to improve from race to race. And that is going very well right now," says the Monegasse.

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Ferrari: No big differences between Vettel and Leclerc's F1 data .
Ferrari Formula 1 chief Mattia Binotto says there are "no big differences" in the data from Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc's cars to explain their gap in performance . © LAT Images Ferrari: No big differences between Vettel and Leclerc Leclerc has led Ferrari throughout the 2020 season, scoring two podium finishes and more than four times as many points as Vettel, who has not finished a race any higher than sixth.

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