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F1 Canadian GP: After Max Verstappen, Charles Leclerc SLAMS FIA for porpoising regulations, says ‘all of our work is now IN THE BIN’

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F1 Canadian GP: Charles Leclerc slams FIA for Porpoising regulations: Ferrari’s driver Charles Leclerc has slammed FIA’s decision to clamp down on ‘porpoising’ in Montreal, as it puts all the energy Ferrari have invested so far in the season into the bin. Follow F1 Canadian GP LIVE Updates with InsideSport.IN.

“And now all of the work that we’ve done, just put it in the bin because obviously there’s maybe one team that is struggling more than others. So this is my point of view. I obviously understand that on Mercedes, it’s very bad but I also think that there are maybe fixes for this,” Leclerc added.

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F1 Canadian GP: After Max Verstappen, Charles Leclerc SLAMS FIA for porpoising regulations, says ‘all of our work is now IN THE BIN’

Leclerc had a sluggish beginning to his end of the week in Montreal, fifth quickest in FP1, however at that point discovered some speed and was second quickest in FP2, 0.081s behind session leader and opponent Max Verstappen.

F1 Canadian GP: After Max Verstappen, Charles Leclerc SLAMS FIA for porpoising regulations, says 'all of our work is now IN THE BIN’
F1 Canadian GP: Both Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz feel good to be back in Montreal.

The Ferrari driver was asked about the subject that has turned into the fundamental idea since the Formula 1 carnival arrived in Canada this week. “I obviously understand George’s point because when you see him and Lewis get out of their car after Baku, it’s very bad.”

F1 Canadian GP: After Max Verstappen, Charles Leclerc SLAMS FIA for porpoising regulations, says ‘all of our work is now IN THE BIN’

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“But on the other hand, also, you cannot underestimate the amount of work that’s been done in the last few months by teams to actually get on top of those issues. This is our main priority since the first time we tried these cars. We’ve been working to get on top of those issues. And I think the improvement has been massive,” Leclerc concluded.

Both the drivers feel great to be back in Montreal for the Grand Prix and Ferrari needs to sort out its reliability issues in order to get back to the top. After having a double retirement in Baku, Ferrari have taken a major hit in the standings.

On top of it, Charles Leclerc gets a grid penalty as his F1-75 challenger gets fitted with a new power unit. It is his third of the season and only two are permitted in a calendar year.

F1 Canadian GP: After Max Verstappen, Charles Leclerc SLAMS FIA for porpoising regulations, says ‘all of our work is now IN THE BIN’

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