Leclerc Set for 10 Place Grid Penalty in Saudi Arabia

Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc is set for a 10-place grid penalty in Saudi Arabia this weekend for exceeding his allocation of power unit control electronics, team boss Fred Vasseur said on Wednesday.
The Monegasque retired from the season-opening race in Bahrain on March 5 with a loss of power, a failure blamed on the control electronics that had already been replaced on the Sunday morning.
Drivers are allowed two control units to last the entire season.
“Unfortunately, it was two times the control electronics box and it’s something that we never experienced in the past,” Vasseur told reporters ahead of Sunday’s second race of the season…. Source

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