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Clean: Ferrari engine alone costs two seconds

Saturday, August 26th, 2017 | Sports

25. August 2017 – 18:57

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(cafetheology.org) – The Sauber team has also received the second part of the big update package in Spa with the new underbody. But the mood in the Swiss camp is bad. "We've improved a bit, but not clearly," says Marcus Ericsson, looking back on the time-lapse: 4,461 seconds are missing the Swede on best-time holder Lewis Hamilton, with Pascal Wehrlein it is even 4.992 seconds. "We have problems on this track, especially because of the drive unit," Ericsson reveals the reason. "We're losing about two seconds, at least because of the engine." This is the last proof that the decision made under Ex-Teamchefin Monisha Kaltenborn to drive intentionally with the previous year's drive unit from Ferrari , Was wrong. The Austrian, who was replaced by former Renault Teamfighter Frederic Vasseur, had hoped that this cleanliness by the well-known engine dimensions and values ​​in view of the new regulations would bring an advantage. But even with a top chassis would be hardly possible , For two seconds. "If it rains, maybe we have a chance," Ericsson hopes on Sunday from help from above so that the engine power plays not so much role.Teamkollege Wehrlein suffered by the same way twice under the engine: In the first training steered the Ferrari engine, which is why The Sigmaringer only came on 13 laps. "We already noticed a problem at the engine during the installation," confirms the Sauber pilot.


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