Ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix, Ferrari's claim to compete with Mercedes was given a boost as team principal Mattia Binotto revealed that the team’s engines were upgraded.
"We will have a new power unit that we are introducing ahead of schedule, as the second specification was due to be brought to Canada," said Binotto.
It's time to race once again! Round 5/21 @CircuitCat_Eng May 12th, 2019 # #SpanishGP#essereFerrari pic.twitter.com/7DCuraPYep— Scuderia Ferrari (@ScuderiaFerrari) May 6, 2019
It's time to race once again! Round 5/21 @CircuitCat_Eng May 12th, 2019 # #SpanishGP#essereFerrari pic.twitter.com/7DCuraPYep
Meanwhile, rival team Mercedes has secured top two podium finishes in the four races and has a lead of 74 points.
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