The world of Ferrari the Grand Prix is a large topic of conversation, especially now. Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc are representing the 2019 Ferrari racers. Both were interviewed about the race on March 26th to discuss further what to expect and what it is like to race these powerful Ferraris. Sebastian commented on how he would describe the level of difficulty for this year's circuit to be 'normal.' Charles comments on how he thinks Bahrain is a technical track with extreme conditions. He finds it is interesting to see how the car handles on the track when trying out different things during free practice.
In Ferrari news it has been established that this year's team is mentally the right one to accomplish the track with power and confidence. Sebastian shed some light on the performance of the SF90 and the expectations for the upcoming Grand Prix. Last year Sebastian celebrated his winning victory, he even commented on how he loved the physicality of the trophy he took home. Charles was also asked by the press to think back on his prior time racing the Grand Prix. He mentioned how special it is as a driver to be part of such an important event in racing. Charles described wanting to perform better than he did in Australia and improve each day. He believes there is a lot of work to do but is confident the Ferrari team will do everything to improve the car and come out on top.
Mick Schumacher will drive the Ferrari SF90 for the first time on the first test day which is scheduled for Tuesday, April second, following the Bahrain Grand Prix. Mick is racing in Formula 2 this year with the Prema team and is a Ferrari Driver Academy member. After first driving the Ferrari he will transition into the cockpit of the Alfa Romeo Racing car on Wednesday.