The Italian squad Scuderia Ferrari will not use straight-line speeds system” F-duct” in Monaco. But boss Stefano Domenicali thought the car will characteristic the conventional back wing and engine cover this weekend because Monaco require the highest levels of down-force at all times. He as well as backed Felipe Massa among claims the Brazilian’s struggle at the wheel of the F10 could cost him his seat for 2011.
“He is a great driver and we have to make him feel comfortable again with the car,” Domenicali is quoted by Spain’s AS newspaper.
He also participated down suggestions the problem of tyre supply for 2011 is likely to be lastly settled in Monaco this weekend.
“It is going to take another couple of weeks, although we will talk about it again in Monaco,” Finland’s Turun Sanomat quotes the Italian as saying.