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Ferrari poached Red Bull and Merc engineers – report

According to a report, Ferrari brought in engineers from both Red Bull and Mercedes ahead of their targeted title push in 2022. The 2021 campaign saw a marked improvement from Ferrari after the struggles of 2020 when they fell from contending for victories to battling to finish in the points. But ending 2021 with ‘best of the rest' P3 secured in the Constructors' Championship, the next step for Ferrari is to return to regularly contending for wins and titles having taken two pole positions and five podium finishes during the 2021 season. Their golden opportunity, so to speak, comes in the form of the majorly overhauled regulations for 2022, as well as a switch to 18-inch tyres,...
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