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MONDAY MORNING DEBRIEF: Why Ferrari's big upgrades didn't deliver the goods in Barcelona

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Mark Hughes
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Carlos Sainz, in the heavily updated Ferrari, began the Spanish Grand Prix in a promising position, starting alongside the pole-sitting Red Bull of Max Verstappen on the front row. But, despite a closely-fought start, the Spaniard finished the race four places and 46s behind.

The Ferrari had lost an average of 0.7s per lap to the victorious Verstappen and had been overtaken on track by both Mercedes cars and the second Red Bull of Sergio Perez.


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