Lewis Hamilton points out that Mercedes must take “drastic” measures before racing in Italy if it wants to endanger Ferrari in the long plains of Monza.
Hamilton finished second to the Belgian GP at Spa Francorchamps, and the Mercedes car had a lot of problems on the long plains, where the raw power of the Ferrari powertrain came to light.
The British points out that Ferrari will be even stronger at its home race in Monza.
“The track in Monza is a single plane and Ferrari will have an even greater advantage. In Spa, we only lost a second in the first sector. If we were able to make up for it here in curves, it would not be possible in Monza. We need to drastically change something in the next few days if we are to have any chance against Ferrari. I don't know if it's even possible, but if anyone can succeed, they can succeed in our team. ”