Ferrari to recover "large part" of engine issue - Alfa Romeo
Ferrari is set to recover "a large part" of the power unit deficit that blighted last year, according to Alfa Romeo team principal Frêdêric Vasseur.
The under-powered Ferrari engine throughout 2020 led to the Scuderia suffering its worst season for 40 years, while customer teams Alfa Romeo and Haas were also badly affected, finishing eighth and ninth in the constructors' championship, scoring just 11 points between them.
After unveiling its new challenger for the forthcoming campaign, the C41, Vasseur is in doubt Ferrari is again on the right road after updating its power unit over the winter.
"The collaboration with Ferrari, I think, is going very well," said Vasseur.
"We had a strong meeting, a long meeting over the winter to cover the points of last year when perhaps we didn’t do the perfect job but we are on a good path.
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