Ferrari, project 2023: the new seat will have less weight – 2023

Ferrari, project 2023: the new seat will have less weight – 2023


Ferrari he has clear thoughts on the target to be reached before the opening race of the 2023 championship Bahrain. As reported by motorsport.com in fact, horsemen would be at work to speed up and reduce the single seat as much as possible.

Ferrari, aim to reduce the car

During the winter break, Ferrari men focused on the key areas of the project, improving the reliability of the power unit and tire management. However, another important goal that the Reds want to achieve is to deliver on the day February 14 the lower weight of the vehicle compared to the lower limit of 796 Kilo established by the federation.

We know that Red Bull it will benefit from a new frame that is about 3Kg lighter than the one the Austrian team ended up with last season. The most likely is the combined body in August 2022 that there was a lot of talk during the weekend of Singapore because of the “scandal” of the budget. If we think about the first part of the 2022 championship, Ferrari certainly enjoyed a small advantage over its main rivals, which however has completely disappeared for several months thanks to the work done by the team to make their seats easier. The World Champions team and Mercedes actually weighed 15 kg compared to the Italian team.

The goal of 2023 is to reduce the coke and rear area as much as possible to deliver the car below the permitted weight to be able to add ballast at specific points and in this way also help manage the tires and not cause them to overheat. . Vasseur, he arrived in Maranello in a few days, so this year he will also find himself managing a car under the low weight, as he did with the Alfa Romeo 2022 which was the only one that had this feature on the starting grid thanks to the super. low light.

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