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Listen: Team orders at Ferrari during Chinese Grand Prix

Charles Leclerc was forced to let Sebastian Vettel past. Vettel looked faster than Leclerc as they both lost time to the Mercedes drivers. Follow the liveblog here.  Ferrari laat Leclerc en Vettel wisselen. Goed keuze, Vettel lijkt iets sneller te zijn op dit moment.#F1 #ChineseGP #ScuderiaFerrari pic.twitter.com/bdKxkL99li — Charrel Jalving (@Charreljalving) 14 april 2019
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