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Leclerc has Ferrari contract through to 2022

Maurizio Arrivabene has admitted that Ferrari had a long-term plan in place when they signed Charles Leclerc to a four-year contract. The Monegasque driver will become the youngest man to race for the Scuderia in 50 years when he joins the team for the start of the 2019 campaign. 'I mean, when you make some choices like this, they are related to the driver, you don’t have to look only short-term commitment, but also long-term commitment,' Arrivabene said. 'Long-term means not only for next year, it’s for the future, I am talking about the future of the team, ho you’re going to grow young talent.' Arrivabene went on to say that he was glad that Leclerc had come through the Ferrari...
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