If 2020 looks like a real Stations of the Cross for the Scuderia Ferrari, the technical department of Maranello continues its work on the reluctant SF1000, in the form of various evolutions made over the races.
A work to try to prepare in particular for 2021, the last transitional season before the technical upheaval scheduled for 2022 and which is clearly expected by the Italians.
In a week at Nürburgring, Ferrari will thus make small changes to the car of Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc, as confirmed by Mattia Binotto.
“We will have a few more updates at the Nürburgring, but again not major, details the head of Sport Management at Ferrari on the F1 website. But for us, I think it's important for our competitiveness. Improvements will focus primarily on the broadcaster for the remainder of the season. "
Developments which seem to bear fruit on certain points from the point of view of the transalpine boss, even if the results are still not at the level of what we can expect from Ferrari.
“I think that compared to the last races at least, we are a little more competitive in the race, believes Binotto. We have brought in some new elements, it's not a big step forward, not enough yet, we are fully aware of that, but it is important to move in the right direction for at least the rest of the season. "