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Charles Leclerc's extreme efforts fail to prevent Ferrari embarrassment

Charles Leclerc did everything that he could on Sunday at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix to try and help Ferrari defeat Mercedes in the Constructors' Championship, something the Italians ultimately failed to do. With Red Bull and Max Verstappen having sealed both titles a lifetime ago, all the attention at the Yas Marina Circuit was on the fight for second Constructors' Standings. Mercedes entered the finale with a four-point advantage over Ferrari but it was Leclerc who started in the best position. Leclerc started the race in second with George Russell not too far behind in fourth; as for Lewis Hamilton and Carlos Sainz, they slotted into 11th and 16th on the grid. Want to work in Formula 1?...
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