Update | ‘Problems at Ferrari even bigger, internal leak reveals contract details’

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Update |  ‘Problems at Ferrari even bigger, internal leak reveals contract details’

Ferrari has great internal unrest and that has been going on since the departure of Mattia Binotto at the end of last year. In addition, the new SF-23 does not meet expectations in Maranello and the first failure due to a reliability problem is also a fact. It makes Charles Leclerc concerned and he does not hide that.

As is known, Leclerc was the Ferrari driver who dropped out with the reliability problem. Like a few times last year, the Monegask had to park his car on the side of the road and a walk back to the pit lane followed. The situation is causing dissatisfaction and concern, writes La Gazzetta dello Sport on Saturday morning. Leclerc requested a meeting with CEO John Elkann to express his concerns.

That conversation, requested on the way back from Bahrain, also happened. Details are not known, but it is clear that Leclerc entered into a conversation with Elkann in a concerned state. The 2023 season, in which the attack on Red Bull Racing had to be definitively opened, also seems to end in disappointment. Where Ferrari would have liked to be the prey now, it is again the hunter.

Major internal unrest within Ferrari: employees are looking for shelter with other F1 teams

Leclerc’s concern is not out of the blue. Ever since Binotto’s departure at the end of last year, things have been rumbling in the Gestione Sportiva. In addition to the former team boss, culture guards Gino Rosato and Jonathan Giacobazzi also left. Meanwhile, the aerodynamic headpiece David Sanchez is also about to leave. The Frenchman belongs to a group of engineers who have shared their resumes with other teams.

La Gazzetta dello Sport writes about a tense atmosphere in the factory in Maranello, which also led to someone like Sanchez and other unknown engineers entering the market in the hope of finding another employer. Sanchez has almost certainly found it in McLaren, after a call from team boss and good friend Andrea Stella. The turmoil within Ferrari has certainly not yet been resolved.

Update 6:55pm (14/03) | ‘Problems at Ferrari even bigger, internal leak reveals contract details’

The problems within Ferrari seem even bigger than initially stated. Auto, Motor und Sport reveals that the Italian racing stable has an internal leak, which has come out with contract details. It would be about Enrico Cardile’s contract, where the leak would have stated that his contract had expired. According to the medium, these messages would have been deliberately spread by the leak to force a dismissal culture at Ferrari, something that would not be the case. The medium therefore believes that Frédéric Vasseur immediately faces a major challenge in his first months, because in addition to the problems on the track with the car, the team also has internal problems, while the team benefits from internal rest.

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