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Ericsson hopes Leclerc will 'kick some ass' at Ferrari

He won't be racing in Formula 1 this year but Marcus Ericsson will be rooting for Charles Leclerc at Ferrari, hoping his former Sauber team mate "kicks some ass" at the Scuderia. Perceived as the brightest new talent to emerge among F1's latest crop of young chargers, Leclerc's impressive maiden season in Grand Prix racing in 2018 compelled Ferrari to sign up the 21-year-old for a race seat at Maranello. Having experienced first hand Leclerc's outstanding skills, Ericsson sees no reason why the Monegasque's stock won't continue to rise at Ferrari. Sauber progress spared Leclerc 'mentally challenging' season "I would be very interested to follow Charles at Ferrari,"...
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