The three Ferrari-world champion in the last 40 years: the South African Jody Scheckter in 1979, the German Michael Schumacher from 2000 to 2004, and the Finn Kimi Raikkonen in 2007. For the red Fans, this is of course too little. The management at Maranello is not happy. The two GP wins within eight days from the new Ferrari-darling, Charles Leclerc (21) have healed the wounds a little. But on the next Sunday at the Nachtspuk on the Equator in Singapore, the red flight is probably already back. After the two Tempo tracks of Spa and Monza it’s now equal to 23 corners. Seven of them are under 100 km/h driving through.

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in 2018, defeated Lewis Hamilton to fall nine seconds before the verse and 40 seconds in front of Vettel. The German is now caught in the cross fire of the criticism. Juan Pablo Montoya (43), takes him in protection. Of the 94 times that of the GP Starter (seven wins) and Indy 500 winner in 2000 from Colombia: “Ferrari must help Vettel now. Not in the mental area, but with the car. Sebastian seems with their vehicle happy and then you’re automatically in error. I just hope that it focuses only on Leclerc.” The Monegasque started the last seven races in front of Vettel.

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Vettel took off at the end of 2014 at the Red Bull-Renault with four world titles, to get in five years at Ferrari once Schumi – the crown to Italy. The Mission is to succeed 2019 miss. The German really thinks of himself and Ferrari? The with 235 Victories, the most successful Team no longer can hope that Mercedes gets out the end of 2020. The silver arrows extended on Friday its Turbo-engines-contract with Williams until 2025. Then Hamilton is not sure Mercedes. The Briton at Monza: “Many Ferrari Fans have asked me to change the Team. Well, Ferrari would be the only Alternative for me. After 13 years with Mercedes-Power, the loyalty to me is more in the foreground!”

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For Haas-Ferrari, where you can have a Bang from the opaque main sponsor Rich Energy separated, is still before the Singapore GP, the driver’s decision. Team principal Guenther Steiner: “remains Magnussen. The second seat goes to either Grosjean or Hulkenberg!” Whoever loses the race, you can count on the paper with the second seat for Alfa-Clean. And the Italians in Hinwil and Ferrari want to make sure that Antonio Giovinazzi (25) gets a Chance again. But the number of points against Kimi Raikkonen (3:31) speaks against a second year of training… An entry level in 2020 Mick Schumacher (20) is (still) no Team on the schedule. Ferrari Boss Binotto: “Mick will come!”