Carlos Sainz and Kevin Magnussen each have a raft element adjustments on their Ferrari engines and can drop again after qualifying; Watch Sunday’s race reside on Sky Sports activities F1 at 2pm, with build-up from 12.30pm
By Matt Morlidge at Paul Ricard
Final Up to date: 23/07/22 12:41pm
Carlos Sainz will begin Sunday’s French Grand Prix behind the grid after the complete raft of his engine penalties had been confirmed.
Sainz, who suffered a dramatic engine failure on the final race in Austria, already knew coming into the Paul Ricard weekend he could be dropping again as a consequence of adjustments of parts in his Energy Unit.
A 10-place penalty was confirmed on Friday and that turned a back-of-the-grid begin on Saturday with a brand new inside combustion engine, turbocharger, MGU-H and MGU-Okay added to his CE change.
“I believe by the point that we’re altering parts, we modify a lot of them, make it possible for he has contemporary parts on the car and it’s extremely doubtless he’ll be behind the grid,” Mattia Binotto had instructed Sky Sports activities F1 earlier on Saturday.
“It is at all times tough to overhaul, however he’s obtained the tempo. It may be a superb race for him. I believe he’s specializing in making an attempt to have a superb weekend and making an attempt to minimise the drawback of the penalties.”
Carlos Sainz’s Ferrari burst into flames following an engine failure which ended his race in Austria
Sainz, the British GP winner, was quickest in Follow Two at Le Castellet and is presently fourth within the championship.
Additionally taking an engine penalty can be Kevin Magnussen, and the Haas driver will even be despatched to the again of the grid.
Haas are additionally powered by a Ferrari engine.
Whoever locations larger out of Sainz and Magnussen in qualifying will begin the race from 19th, whereas the opposite will line up 20th and final.
French GP: Sky Sports activities F1’s reside Sunday schedule
8.30am: F2 Characteristic Race
12.30pm: Grand Prix Sunday: French GP Construct-up
2pm: The French Grand Prix
4pm: Chequered Flag: French GP Response
5pm: Ted’s Pocket book
5.30pm: French GP Highlights