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Ferrari takes on new Control Electronics, Honda makes Kvyat change

Ferrari has fitted new Control Electronics to the cars of Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc ahead of this weekend’s Chinese Grand Prix. Leclerc led in Bahrain but suffered a cylinder loss during the final 15 laps and dropped to third place. Ferrari later confirmed it was due to a short circuit within an injection system control unit, a fault that had never been seen before. Leclerc’s engine was fine to remain in his SF90 at Shanghai this weekend but both he and Vettel – along with Haas drivers Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen – have taken on their second Control Electronics of the year. The Ferrari-powered Alfa Romeo drivers have not taken on any new...
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