Pink Bull had been again on prime at Imola on Saturday as Max Verstappen handed Charles Leclerc to say victory within the Dash.
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Helmut Marko believes Ferrari have been hit with the identical tyre graining issues that struck Pink Bull in Australia.
Pole-sitter Max Verstappen noticed Charles Leclerc move him in entrance of the loyal Tifosi at the beginning of Saturday’s Dash race at Imola, just for the Dutchman to battle again and declare victory.
Verstappen was ready to take action with Leclerc complaining of graining on his tyres, leaving him a lot slower in the course of the last few laps.
Marko: Pink Bull had been a lap away from a 1-2
Pink Bull encountered an identical graining points final day out in Melbourne, in keeping with Marko, as Ferrari romped to victory – however now the tables seem to have turned.
“The graining issues that we had in Australia hit Ferrari right here,” stated Pink Bull advisor Marko, talking to ServusTV.
“Another lap after which Perez (who completed 1.8 seconds behind Leclerc) would have been handed too.”
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“You may solely change the wing [in parc ferme conditions], so that does not matter, and we drove behind, which suggests increased calls for [on the car and tyres],” stated a assured Marko.
“We had been quick within the rain and we’re quick within the dry.”
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