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Leclerc targets doing 'something special' in Mexico City GP

Charles Leclerc vows to do "something special" this weekend if an opportunity comes his way in Mexico City where Ferrari is optimistic of achieving a strong result. The Scuderia sits just 3.5 points behind rival McLaren in the Constructors' championship, with the two teams locked in a tight battle for the final spot on the podium. The high-altitude location of Mexico's Autodromo Hermano Rodriguez, where the air is less dense, typically favors high-downforce set-ups, which could play into Ferrari's hands. "I like the optimism but I also think we should be realistic," Leclerc said on Thursday. "Of course, on paper, it looks like it's going to be a promising weekend...
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