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Charles Leclerc told to join Red Bull or snub Mercedes if Lewis Hamilton quits

Former Ferrari and Williams team manager Peter Windsor has told Charles Leclerc that he's 'better off staying' at Maranello with new team principal Frederic Vasseur, who Windsor expects will turn the Italians around. Leclerc has endured a miserable start to the 2023 Formula 1 season, with the Monegasque having finishing amongst the top three just once. He suffered another woeful weekend at the recent Miami Grand Prix, where he crashed in the latter stages of Q3, before finishing seventh in the race. Not for the first time this season, he was comfortably beaten by Ferrari team-mate Carlos Sainz, who has also started the year disappointingly. Want to work in Formula 1? Browse the latest F1...
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