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New Charles Leclerc deal praised by ex-Ferrari sporting director

Ex-Ferrari sporting director Cesare Fiorio believes Charles Leclerc's reported new five-year deal is a 'good move' by the Maranello-based side, as the Monegasque is now their driver until at least the end of 2029. It's been reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport that Leclerc has agreed to a huge five-year contract extension, in what is the biggest deal Ferrari has ever offered a driver. Leclerc's current deal expires at the end of 2024, although his new contract means he has the longest contract on the Formula 1 grid. The 26-year-old will be 32 years old when his new deal expires, by at which point the new power unit regulations will have been in use for four seasons. Want to work in Formula...
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