Ferrari failed to get either car into the top 10 at its home grand prix for the first time since 1984

Ferrari’s hopeless season has gone from awful to more regrettable as the Italian maker neglected to get either vehicle into the top 10 at its home grand prix since 1984. Sebastian Vettel didn’t make it out of the primary qualifying round and could just assemble a modest seventeenth spot, while partner Charles Leclerc made it into the subsequent qualifying round yet could just guarantee thirteenth on the framework in front of Sunday’s race.

Ferrari realized it would battle for speed coming into this present end of the week’s Italian Grand Prix, yet even they couldn’t have anticipated things would be this awful. Leclerc sits in fifth spot in the drivers’ championship with 45 points, effectively 112 points behind out of control pioneer Lewis Hamilton. Things are far more detestable for four-time world champion Vettel, who just has 16 points and sits in thirteenth spot. In the constructors’ standings, Ferrari is in fifth spot and an astounding 203 points behind Mercedes.