The war for technical development in the 2022 Formula 1 season has reached levels where teams are looking for new solutions to scratch any thousandth. However, the regulations that were introduced to control spending have meant that the teams have to update themselves on different weekends with parts that are actually reused.
This is what will happen with Ferrari at its home race, at the Italian Grand Prix, where the Prancing Horse will have the old specification that they put on the Spa-Francorchamps track, where low downforce was essential to reach high speeds. tips.
However, those from Maranello did not test this element in the race, but it was only in free practice, where they ruled out its use on Sunday due to what seemed to be problems with the car’s balance.
In the ‘Temple of Speed’ they could once again put at their disposal the rear wing that Enrico Cardile ‘s engineers designed to return to the top after his last victory in Austria with Charles Leclerc.
The reason why Ferrari chose not to continue with that wing was because with the introduction of the new technical regulations that forced to increase the distance of the single-seaters with respect to the ground, the F1-75 lost downforce. In Belgium, the Italians had to ditch that first option to go back to the Bahrain setup, though they still didn’t tune the car to perfection.
At home in Monza, where efficiency prevails over load, they will once again have the chance to hit the track with an almost flat wing and a reduced movable flap that nonetheless has a nolder on the trailing edge.
The Gurney flag is necessary to find grip on the entries and exits of the variants, while on the straights the flow will go over the carbon step they have added.
Some talk about returning to the chassis with less evolution to see if some weak points of the car are due to the latest developments, which would not have given the desired results, but in Ferrari they point to the highest in the remainder of the season, as indicated your manager
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