Jean Alesi is not very happy with the criticism made by Ferrari fans. In an interview with Corriere Della Sera This Friday (5), the Frenchman believes that the indolence of the fans will do nothing to improve the time of the Italian team.
Member of the Italian team between 1991 and 1995, ex formula 1 believe that typhoid fever they should not put pressure on Ferrari even at this difficult time in the 2022 season. “It’s a year that feels like a jumping game and therefore, emotions and feelings come to the fore. Going against Ferrari is not good for anyone and it does not add anything to the team,” Alesi said.
Jean was asked, above all, because of Charles Leclerc’s misfortune in Hungary. The Monegasque had everything to win, but a hard tire puncture hampered his pace, dropping him to sixth place. He tried to put himself in the shoes of the fans and analyze the situation created by Ferrari in the last race before the series break.
“Dreaming of victory turns defeat into drama, with the same passion as football fans. soccer. I also suffer thinking about Hungary, there were mistakes even before the strategy. We can analyze the race to try to understand how and why, but now we don’t have to.”
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Alesi also believes that crowd emotion is too much in the way of Ferrari’s streak in the season. “Every explosion is made with strong emotions. Negativity does nothing good. I like the team because those who work here are the first to suffer for every mistake that leads to failure”, he concluded.
The Italians won four of the 13 rounds of the season, while Red Bull won nine. Championship positions in the World Championship for Drivers and Constructors are getting tighter. Ferrari is 97 points behind Taurus in the team’s championship, with Max Verstappen leading by 80 points ahead of Leclerc.