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Marko: Ferrari did pretty much everything wrong

Helmut Marko believes Ferrari doing pretty much everything wrong is the reason why they are lagging behind Red Bull in both Formula 1 Championships this season. Max Verstappen entered the F1 summer break leading Charles Leclerc by 80 points in the Drivers' Championship after his triumph at the 2022 Hungarian Grand Prix last weekend, as Ferrari now lags 97 points behind Red Bull in the Constructors' Standings. Asked by OE24 about the reasons behind Ferrari's faltering campaign, and how they managed to fall behind, Marki said: 'By doing pretty much everything wrong. 'In Budapest, for example, for the first time they didn't give the tyres the right temperature window, and also chose the...
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