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Leclerc reveals impact drain cover damage had on Ferrari programme

Article To news overview © XPBimages Charles Leclerc has insisted the damage inflicted to his car by running over a loose drain cover did not affect Ferrari's run programme in Bahrain. The morning session was brought to an early end when the drain cover struck the floor of the SF-24. It was Ferrari's second such incident after Carlos Sainz ran over a water valve cover during practice for last year's inaugural Las Vegas Grand Prix which severely damaged his car. The Monégasque driver had the fastest lap of the session at the time and had tallied 54 laps before handing the car over to teammate Carlos Sainz. Despite the interruption, Leclerc stated that Ferrari was able to complete its test...
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