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Charles Leclerc was left wanting more after finishing seventh in Abu Dhabi

Charles Leclerc was left wanting more from the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix after finishing in seventh place in his last Formula 1 race for Sauber. The Monegasque driver had started from eighth on the grid, a fantastic opening lap of the race saw him get the jump on Romain Grosjean in the opening few corners. Leclerc was then able to get past Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo, moments before an early safety car was called while marshals helped Renault's Nico Hulkenberg get out of his upside down R.S.18 after a clash with Grosjean. On the restart, Leclerc was able to keep pace with the leaders, even making move for fourth place on the man he will replace at Ferrari for 2019 - Kimi Raikkonen....
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