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The news just keeps getting worse and worse for Scuderia Ferrari... After their tech team shake up last week, Ferrari chairman, John Elkann, has admitted that it may take all the way until 2022 for the team to be competitive again. With little chance of substantive development after their slip into the midfield this year, Ferrari will be focusing on how to best fight back when the new regulations go into effect. Elkann has also expressed continued support for Mattia Binotto, acknowledging that he has the experience to take the fight to the top teams again. Per Elkann: “We have had a series of structural weaknesses that have existed for some time in the aerodynamics and dynamics of the vehicle. We have also lost in engine power. The reality is that our car is not competitive. You saw it on the track and you will see it again." Seems like Vettel got out just in time 😅. Sadly for Sainz this will probably mean less screen time than he was anticipating after landing a spot with a top team. Hopefully Ferrari doesn’t slip as hard as Williams and can come back swinging under the new regulations. Does this make Ferrari 5th in the field this year? #Memes #ForgetFerrari #SorryTifosi Follow @F1A.Review and tag other F1 fans! Please DM for sponsorship or copyright/post concerns. ----------------------------------------------------------- #F1 #Formula1 #FormulaOne #F1News #F1Memes #Mercedes #MercedesPetronasAMG #Ferrari #ScudariaFerrari #RedBullRacing  #AstonMartinRedBull #McLaren #Renault #AlphaTauri #RacingPoint #Haas #AlfaRomeo #Williams #MaxVerstappen #LewisHamilton #CharlesLeclerc #SebastianVettel #Motorsport #GrandPrix #Tifosi #EssereFerrari All images are copyright to FOM, Liberty Media, or their respective owners.

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The news just keeps getting worse and worse for Scuderia Ferrari... After their tech team shake up last week , Ferrari chairman , John Elkann , has admitted that it may take all the way until 2022 for the team to be competitive again. With little chance of substantive development after their slip into the midfield this year , Ferrari will be focusing on how to best fight back when the new regulations go into effect. Elkann has also expressed continued support for Mattia Binotto , acknowledging that h  [more]