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Ericsson hopes Leclerc “kicks some ass” at Ferrari in F1 2019

Marcus Ericsson has backed former Sauber teammate Charles Leclerc to “kick some ass” during his first Formula 1 season with Ferrari. Ferrari has promoted its highly-rated protege to partner four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel for the upcoming campaign as it bids to bounce back from successive title defeats to rivals Mercedes. Leclerc turned in an impressive rookie campaign with Sauber and his 2018 teammate and outgoing F1 driver Ericsson believes the 21-year-old Monegasque will continue to shine at the Scuderia. 5774263478001 CrashTV:  “I would be very interested to follow Charles at Ferrari,” Ericsson said. “I think he can do really well, already next year. “And of...
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