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Three reasons why Leclerc's rumoured Ferrari extension makes sense

Analysis To news overview © XPBimages Reputable Italian sports publication La Gazzetta della Sport has claimed that Charles Leclerc is on the cusp of agreeing a new five-year contract with Ferrari. The deal, if agreed, would keep Leclerc at Maranello until 2029, and represents a serious vote of confidence in the direction of the team from the Monegasque as he enters his prime years as a driver. Much like Max Verstappen - whose hefty salary Leclerc could match by the end of the deal - at Red Bull, or Lando Norris at McLaren or George Russell at Mercedes, Leclerc is Ferrari's so-called 'franchise driver.' He is perhaps the fastest driver on the grid over a single lap in qualifying and would...
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