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'Ferrari arrives in Barcelona with new floor and another package of updates'

Ferrari and Red Bull Racing are engaged in a fierce title battle. Until now, Ferrari chose to optimize the current car first before making any new updates. This will change according to La Gazzetta dello Sport this will change in Spain. Leclerc can take back lead Indeed, the Italian medium reports that Ferrari will travel to Spain with a brand new floor for the F1-75. Ferrari would not leave it at just a new floor by the way, because Gazzetta reports that a package with other solutions will be put on the car as well. The pink newspaper does not know exactly what this package contains. Gazzetta does report that the upgrades could probably provide a gain of three to four tenths per lap. This...
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