Ferrari driver Carlos Sainz will begin from the again of the grid on the Turkish Grand Prix after the staff determined to suit his automotive with a brand new energy unit this weekend.
The brand new full energy unit will take Sainz over his quota of engine and hybrid parts for the yr, which means he should begin the race from the again of the grid.
The brand new Ferrari engine and hybrid system was fitted to Charles Leclerc’s automotive in Russia, which additionally resulted in a penalty, and is an improve on the facility unit used earlier within the yr.
“As was the case for Charles Leclerc in Russia, in Turkey Carlos Sainz will take a totally new energy unit fitted with the brand new hybrid system,” Ferrari mentioned in its Turkish Grand Prix media preview. “Subsequently he’ll begin from the again of the grid with the goal of climbing up the order to attempt to rating some factors.”
Ferrari additionally revealed staff principal Mattia Binotto wouldn’t attend the race and as an alternative observe the staff’s progress from its base in Maranello.
“Mattia Binotto won’t attend the Turkish Grand Prix, however as was the case a number of occasions final yr, the staff principal shall be primarily based within the Maranello manufacturing unit to give attention to growth of subsequent yr’s automotive,” the assertion mentioned. “He’ll after all observe all classes and the race from the Distant Storage, with a everlasting hyperlink to the staff at Istanbul Park.”
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