Ferrari lands on the ground of reality

AD: “Now Max Verstappen can tick China off his list, it was his first victory there. Formula 1 was away for five years, but when he returned the Dutchman immediately showed who had become the ruler of the premier class in the meantime.”

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England

The Guardian: “First place once again belonged to Max Verstappen, but Lando Norris received the praise. The Briton showed once again that his first victory is only a matter of time, his second place even amazed his McLaren team. It was exactly the shower of unexpected excitement that Formula 1 needs as Verstappen slowly heads towards his fourth title.”

Daily Mail: “It may be that people are tired of increasingly predictable results, but Max Verstappen’s relentlessness should not be lamented. Meanwhile, despite a disaster, Lewis Hamilton secured a top 10 place, it was damage limitation.”

Telegraph: “Verstappen survives two safety car phases unscathed and secures his 38th victory in the last 49 races in Formula 1, on the unstoppable path to his fourth world title in a row.”

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France

The Parisian: “Verstappen alone in the world, (…). You no longer know exactly whether Max Verstappen bores you or impresses you with his dominance. The Chinese Grand Prix delivered this strange mélange once again on Sunday with his fourth win of the season, the 58th of his career, one day after his success in the sprint race.”

Italy

Gazzetta dello Sport: “Ferrari fails the test in China: the constructors’ title that Frederic Vasseur is aiming for is out of reach for Ferrari. Leclerc lacks pace and the rivalry with Sainz only makes the race more complicated.”

Corriere dello Sport: “Ferrari on the hamster wheel. In Shanghai the team takes a step back. “Ferrari leaves China with the bitterness of not having achieved a top position for the first time this year.”

Tuttosport: “Ferrari experienced a disappointing day with many opportunities that the team never really took advantage of. The nerves are on edge between Leclerc and Sainz.”

Corriere della Sera: “The two Ferrari drivers do not benefit the team with their rivalry.”

The Republic: “Ferrari is a red cancer that is taking steps backwards.”

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Spain:

Sports world: “Verstappen without rivals, (…). The Dutchman dominated from start to finish with an insulting authority over everyone else on the Shanghai circuit.”

Sport: “Max Verstappen seems unbeatable and although there are still 19 Grands Prix to go, no one doubts at this point that he will be a four-time world champion at the end of the year.”

Switzerland

The New Zurich Times: “Zhou Guanyu comes into the home straight with a good 70 seconds behind Max Verstappen. (…) The cheering far exceeds that for Verstappen, the ovation is so big that it seems to overwhelm the 24-year-old racing driver. Zhou falls to his knees, faces the cheering crowd, and is not ashamed of his tears. In fact, this 14th place in the fifth race of the season is a historic moment.”

Blick: “From the first second, Max Verstappen starts the next show.”

Daily indicator: “Verstappen wins – Hamilton sends a completely crazy radio message. The Dutchman’s victory is no surprise – other pilots will take care of that. And at Ferrari you might gradually regret a decision.”

Austria

Delivery man: “World champion alone in the field: Verstappen wins in China”

Salzburg News: “The first sprint weekend of the season in Formula 1 had no big surprises. During the comeback of the premier class of motorsport in China after five years, world champion Max Verstappen once again circled alone at the front of the field and dominated both the sprint on Saturday and the Grand Prix the following day.”

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