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'No link’ between sensors and Ferrari F1 slump - FIA

The FIA says there is “no link at all” to suggest Ferrari’s performance has been impacted by its monitoring of the Scuderia’s Formula 1 power unit. Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene confirmed at last weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix that a second sensor had been added to the Italian team’s engine battery following a request from the FIA, but rubbished suggestions it was a reason behind its recent drop off in form. The unique arrangement of Ferrari’s double-battery first came under scrutiny earlier this season at April’s Azerbaijan Grand Prix following an enquiry from Mercedes, though the FIA found nothing untoward. 5774263478001 CrashTV:  Ferrari has not won a...
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