Incredible comparison between Leclerc & Hamilton not broadcasted

Originally not shown on Formula 1 TV or Sky Sports F1, here we see a really interesting comparison between the Ferrari of Charles Leclerc against the Mercedes of Lewis Hamilton during qualifying at the Italian GP.

One thing that is stark in contrast is the vast difference in the cornering speed of the Mercedes against the incredible straight-line speed of the Ferrari.

This snippet wasn’t broadcast but was found by a Reddit F1 user today, so thanks to them we can appreciate the difference in car concept and setup between the two teams during qualifying at the Italian Grand Prix in Monza.

Of course, some would say that this was during the period that Ferrari was allegedly ‘cheating’ with their engine power. Something that’s perhaps been justified since the FIA ‘sanctions’ given to Ferrari recently during their investigation in December 2019.

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