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Sauber Confirm Charles Leclerc's Free Practice Schedule

The Sauber F1 Team has confirmed that Charles Leclerc will get four free practice outings with the Hinwil-based outfit in 2017, with his first session now set for the Malaysian Grand Prix at the end of September. The current FIA Formula 2 Championship leader and reigning GP3 Series champion will also take part in sessions in the United States, Mexican and Brazilian Grand Prix, and although the driver he will replace in those three events has yet to be confirmed, he will take over the car usually driven by Marcus Ericsson at the Sepang International Circuit. Leclerc is aiming to become the first Formula 1 racer since Olivier Beretta back in 1994 when he raced in the opening ten races of the...
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