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Leclerc calls on Ferrari to stay ‘realistic'

Charles Leclerc believes Ferrari must remain realistic about their chances in 2019 with the Singapore GP coming up. Leclerc claimed his first victory in Formula 1 at the Belgian Grand Prix before following that up with another win the week after at Ferrari's home race – Monza. However, those tracks were always expected to favour Ferrari with their blistering straight-line speed, and Leclerc warns that the team must remain realistic with the upcoming Singapore GP not expected to suit the low-downforce SF90. “We need to stay realistic. I think we expected that Spa and Monza would be very good races for our car but we also know that the next few races will be a lot more difficult for...
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