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Gerhard Berger: Ferrari "got it wrong" by favouring Vettel in 2019

Gerhard Berger says Ferrari has "got it wrong" by giving Sebastian Vettel the advantage in the first three races of the 2019 Formula 1 season. Charles Leclerc got told over the radio to let Vettel by during the Chinese Grand Prix along with other team orders earlier in the year. 
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