Ferrari lead each the Drivers' and Constructors' standings as they arrive at Imola and put together to go racing in entrance of the passionate Tifosi.
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Charles Leclerc says it is important that he and Ferrari strategy the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix like another weekend, regardless of it being one in all their dwelling races.
Imola will mark the primary of two dwelling occasions for Ferrari in 2022 – with Monza to comply with – and the Scuderia arrive holding a wholesome lead in each F1 championships.
Leclerc sits 34 factors away from nearest rival George Russell within the Drivers’ standings, whereas Ferrari have a 39-point benefit over Mercedes within the Constructors’ battle.
Leclerc not letting ideas of an F1 title take over
Regardless of the reception Leclerc and Ferrari are more likely to obtain all through the weekend, the Monegasque has vowed to maintain his toes firmly on the bottom.
“I can think about [the excitement], however I do not wish to give it some thought an excessive amount of!” Leclerc advised media, together with RacingNews365.com.
“It is nonetheless very early within the season, clearly. It is good to be within the lead of the championship; I lead by 34 factors, [which] is all the time good to take [wherever] you might be within the calendar.
“However I do not wish to focus an excessive amount of on the championship for now.”
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Leclerc then known as on Ferrari to comply with the strategy that took them to victory in Bahrain and Australia, and a second-place end in Saudi Arabia.
“We have to strategy the race weekend similar to we approached the primary three weekends,” he made clear.
“I believe it is extraordinarily vital to not placed on ourselves additional strain, and never [to] attempt to overdo issues.
“We’re working – I believe – as a crew extraordinarily effectively because the starting of the season, and we simply have to hold doing our job, similar to we did within the first few weekends.”
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