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Charles Leclerc: Sauber's F1 gains assisted personal growth through 2018

Ferrari-bound Charles Leclerc believes Sauber’s progress through the course of the 2018 Formula 1 season facilitated his own personal development, after a slow start. Leclerc stepped up to Formula 1 in 2018 as the reigning Formula 2 champion and did so with a Sauber team that had spent 2017 rooted to the back of the grid. But Sauber, under new boss Frederic Vasseur, entered the new year regading 2018 as the first step in its recovery, aided by greater investment, a return to current-year power units, and a closer relationship with Ferrari and sister brand Alfa Romeo. Sauber started the year slowly, eliminated in Q1 and away from the points fight, but by mid-season had emerged as a Q3...
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