The FIA has confirmed that Charles Leclerc will be launching a new powertrain in the upcoming GP race, and Monacan will start the race in São Paulo 10 below the starting point. in qualifications.
Before the US race, Leclerc got into trouble in his third free training session, which is too early to finish because of an oil leak. Monacan thus raced over the weekend with the old powertrain specification, which is slightly weaker than the last, third version that Ferrari introduced in Monza.
Following a review of the powertrain, Ferrari decided that Leclerc would race in Brazil with the new ICE engine unit, and Monacan would subsequently be fined 10. starting points.