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FIA shock twist emerges as Ferrari explain major Leclerc move - RacingNews365 Review

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'It’s not about the number, it’s about the quality'

FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem has surprisingly urged Michael Andretti to enter F1 by purchasing an existing team rather than persisting with plans to become the sport's 11th outfit.

READ MORE: FIA president performs surprise F1 U-turn over Andretti

Something so seemingly minor nearly had a major impact

Charles Leclerc's engine was replaced by Ferrari at the Monaco Grand Prix after free practice 3 due to an anomalous signal of an oil temperature sensor. 

READ MORE: Why Ferrari was forced into a last-minute Leclerc engine change

It remains to be seen what "consequences" Ocon faces

If Red Bull's Helmut Marko had made comments similar to Bruno Famin about one of his drivers after the Monaco Grand Prix, it could be assumed the driver in question would not be in the car at the next race.

READ MORE: Will Alpine take nuclear option and axe Ocon with immediate effect?

'The weekend was pretty brutal for him'

Christian Horner has urged Sergio Perez to recapture the form he showed at the start of the season as Red Bull comes under threat from McLaren and Ferrari.

READ MORE: Horner issues Perez instruction as Red Bull faces renewed threat

'Carlos got quite lucky'

Lando Norris felt Carlos Sainz's free pitstop was "frustrating and unfair" after witnessing his good friend claim a podium finish in Monaco that was never on the table halfway through the opening lap.

READ MORE: Norris: Sainz get-out-of-jail-free card 'frustrating and unfair'

It's podcast time!

In the latest episode of the RacingNews365.com podcast, Ian Parkes, Samuel Coop and Nick Golding look back at last weekend's Monaco Grand Prix.

The race saw a huge smash for Sergio Perez and the two Haas drivers while Alpine was at war, with Esteban Ocon colliding with team-mate Pierre Gasly.

Is Ocon's future now in danger after the incident in Monaco? And has the track become too outdated for F1? Tune in here!

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