WATCH: What next for Ferrari after their shocking Belgian Grand Prix slump?


The Belgian Grand Prix was perhaps the worst race weekend for Ferrari in the modern hybrid era of Formula 1.

Sebastian Vettel was slowest of all 20 drivers in the third practice session, with Charles Leclerc not much better off in 17th, prompting fears the scarlet cars would struggle to even make it out of Q1.

In the end those fears were not realised - but it wasn't much better for the Scuderia, with 13th and 14th on the grid for Leclerc and Vettel the best they could do.

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Race day was no better as they finished in the same positions - albeit Vettel in front of Leclerc this time - and were seemingly helpless to prevent even their customer team cars from overtaking them, which Kimi Raikkonen did in the Alfa Romeo twice.

It was a shocking performance for the team who would have been harbouring championship ambitions coming into this season. So what's gone wrong? And where do they go from here with two home races in Italy next on the calender?

Tap play in the video above to watch Will Buxton and Lawrence Barretto dissect the issues for the team after Sunday's race.


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