Sainz: Ferrari has “zero flexibility” to push on its tyres with 2023 F1 car
The Spaniard finished fifth in the second running of the Miami Grand Prix last weekend, a result that was not affected by the imposition of a five-second penalty for pitlane speeding.
Meanwhile, team-mate Charles Leclerc – who crashed in Q3 to trigger a red flag – finished where he started in seventh. Both drivers bemoaned a lack of pace on the hard Pirelli tyre.
That lacklustre showing and …Keep reading