Ferrari does not give up and will continue to chase the championship victory. This was reported by Benedetto Vigna, CEO of Maranello, during the conference call held a few days ago with analysts where the financial data regarding the second half of 2022 was discussed.
The first half of the season was fluctuating for the Cavallino team, which combined great victories with some gross errors, both of the pit wall and of the drivers, which also included those relating to reliability, which cost important points. Ferrari is currently second in the Constructors’ World Championship and pays a 97 point gap from Red Bull. While Charles Leclerc finds himself 80 points behind the current championship leader Max Verstappen.
“Formula 1 is part of our DNA – declared Vigna – We must pay attention to all the details, it is a continuous learning opportunity and we must continue to fight for the title“.