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Ferrari Drops Bombshell with a huge change in Charles Leclerc’s crew Starting from Imola Onwards

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Ferrari has made an intriguing decision regarding Charles Leclerc’s race engineer, signaling a shift in dynamics within the team. Effective from the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix at Imola, Leclerc will be collaborating with a new race engineer. Xavier Marcos, who has been Leclerc’s long-time race engineer since 2019, will be stepping aside, making way for Bryan Bozzi to assume the role.

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The news of this significant change was shared by ‘Fastest Pitstop’ in a recent post, highlighting Ferrari’s decision to bring in Bozzi for Leclerc’s pit wall operations. Meanwhile, Marcos will transition to contributing to the “development of other important company programs.” Marcos, known for his tenure with Leclerc and his memorable radio messages, will be shifting gears to explore new projects within the organization, drawing on his extensive experience as a race engineer with the Formula 1 team.

This transition marks the end of an era for Leclerc and Marcos, who have shared significant moments together, including Leclerc’s five Grand Prix wins. As Marcos embarks on new endeavors within Ferrari, Leclerc will adapt to working alongside Bozzi, ushering in a new chapter in his racing career.

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Ferrari’s New Race Engineer

Charles Leclerc Ferrari driver

Bryan Bozzi, who has been working with Ferrari since 2012, will step into the role of Leclerc’s race engineer. Bozzi began his career with Ferrari as a wind tunnel research and development engineer before moving into race engineering in late 2018.

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He previously served as Leclerc’s performance engineer and will now take up the position of Leclerc’s race engineer. This change marks an exciting transition for Bozzi, who will be working closely with the talented driver.

Leclerc himself paid tribute to Xavi Marcos on social media, expressing gratitude for their years of collaboration and the achievements they accomplished together. As for Bozzi, this opportunity represents his first taste of working as a driver’s right-hand man, and fans will be eager to see how this new partnership unfolds on the track.

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I'm Moin Akhunji, a passionate sports writer renowned for my unique storytelling approach. My expertise spans across various sports, notably NASCAR, F1, and IndyCar. I hold a profound admiration for athletes like Chase Elliott and Dale Earnhardt Jr. When I'm not crafting articles, you'll likely find me trekking in the hills, indulging in my favorite hobby.
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