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‘Everything went wrong’ but Ferrari hopes problems confined to Canada

Fred Vasseur says everything went wrong for Ferrari at the Canadian Grand Prix but he hopes the team’s issues for the season were all faced over one weekend. Both Ferrari drivers failed to advance out of Q2 on Saturday in Montreal, leaving them needing to fight back in the race as wet weather hit on Sunday. Early in the grand prix, though, Charles Leclerc suffered a power unit issue that eventually forced his retirement, while Carlos Sainz spun at Turn 6 later on and collided with Alex Albon to bring his own race to an end, capping a frustrating weekend for the Ferrari team principal.
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