Charles Leclerc starts last row with additional power unit replacement / Scuderia Ferrari F1 Canadian Grand Prix[F1-Gate .com]

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Charles Leclerc (Scuderia Ferrari) will replace more F1 power unit components for Saturday at the F1 Canadian Grand Prix. It was decided to start the final from the last row.

Charles Leclerc had already decided to demote the 10-grid with the introduction of a third control electronics on Friday, but during Saturday’s practice the FIA ​​announced that it would use some more power unit components. ..

With the fourth ICE (internal combustion engine), turbocharger, MGU-H, and MGU-K installed, Charles Leclerc will start from the last row with Yuki Tsunoda, who also replaced the F1 power unit.

Charles Leclerc’s teammate Carlos Sainz Jr. also exchanged for the last new ICE on the third car of the season.

Scuderia Ferrari’s decision to give Charles Leclerc a new engine at the F1 Canadian Grand Prix came after two failures in the last three races. Leclerc retired from the lead at both the Spanish and Azerbaijan Grand Prix due to F1 power unit issues.

The problem in Spain was the loss of the turbo and MGU-H, and a failure in Baku made the F1 power unit unrepairable. Already in anticipation of replacing the power unit on Saturday, I was running with soft tires for the second free practice session on Friday.

Charles Leclerc is disappointed with the recent slump, but recently said the promising pace of the overall fastest car in one lap is encouraging the future.

“We are aware of the pace of the car and we are confident in it,” said Charles Leclerc.

“I know reliability is clearly an issue in the last three races, but performance is there. So if you fix these issues, you can fight Red Bull for the championship.”

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“I trust this team because the team is offering 200% as usual. I’m sure I can catch back Red Bull if I fix the problem.”

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