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Horner predicts how Leclerc will change Vettel in 2019

Sebastian Vettel's former boss at Red Bull Christian Horner believes the arrival of Charles Leclerc at Ferrari in 2019 will force the four-time world champion to "work a bit harder". Vettel largely had the measure of Kimi Raikkonen in four years together in red, but a new challenge awaits with Leclerc's promotion. Much is expected of Leclerc, who will become the Scuderia's second-youngest race driver when he starts the Australian Grand Prix. The Monegasque turned heads with an impressive debut season at Sauber in 2018, which pushed Ferrari to draft him in alongside Vettel with Raikkonen departing the team and taking Leclerc's former seat at the team which recently rebranded to...
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