Shanghai tech: Ferrari's engine worries, Friday scares explained

Shanghai tech: Ferrari's engine worries, Friday scares explained

CRAIG SCARBOROUGH's round-up of technical developments and intrigue from Shanghai includes suspicions of a Ferrari engine weakness, innovations at Haas and the full explanation of Williams's double puncture

China's Shanghai circuit is the first event on the 2016 Formula 1 calendar where the cars' front end - and in particular the front left - is pushed hardest.

This means, after two races on stop/start tracks where drivers were limited by rear-tyre performance, tyre management is critical to keep the front left working while preventing the other more lightly-loaded tyres from graining.

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