(ANSA) – ROME, JUN 30 – Charles Leclerc focuses on feeling with Silverstone to reignite Ferrari. The British Grand Prix will be held next Sunday, with the Red team looking for a success that has been missing for six races: from Imola onwards, there has been a dominance by Red Bull, with five wins by Max Verstappen and one – in Monte Carlo – by Sergio Perez.
The Monegasque has always been on the podium in the last three editions of the British GP and according to the Snai quotators one victory is worth 2.75, not far from the share of the favorite, Verstappen, at 2 times the stake. Behind there is a trio of 10 made up of Sergio Perez, George Russell and Lewis Hamilton, who in the home GP have won seven of the last eight races. For free practice and qualifying, Leclerc’s Ferrari remains the favorite: the best time on Friday is played at 2.50 – with Verstappen at 2.75 -, while for pole position it drops to 1.85, with the Dutch at 2.75. The latest results also hit the slate for the world title, with Verstappen playing at 1.17. Leclerc jumped to 5.25, then gradually all the others: from Perez at 25 to Russell at 33, up to Hamilton’s 50. (HANDLE).
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