TUSCAN GRAND PRIX
Five things to expect from the inaugural Tuscan Grand Prix
Formula 1 heads into uncharted waters this weekend with the Tuscan Grand Prix as it races at Mugello for the first time.The circuit is not only historic as it has never before featured on the F1 calendar, but it plays host to what will beHere, GPFans looks at what to expect from the weekend, and what better place to start than with the Italian works team that is looking to make amends in what is its second home race after a nightmare round at Monza last week.Ferrari to fight higher up the grid
We are not expecting Ferrari to be fighting for the win or a podium, but at least the nature of Mugello should better suit the SF1000.
With the two most power-reliant tracks on the calendar in Spa and Monza behind us, where Ferrari’s main weakness of straight-line speed was laid bare, this race offers a chance for redemption.After performing reasonably in Hungary and Austria, two tracks that favour the best chassis, Mugello should fall into a similar bracket with its 15 twists and turns.While the kilometre-long straight will be a problem, Ferrari should at least be hoping to collect points from its history-making race.