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Leclerc and Vettel will start 2020 as equals

Ferrari boss, Mattia Binotto, has confirmed there will be no team orders in place between Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel at the start of the 2020 season. With Leclerc only just beginning his first season in a Scuderia seat, the more experienced Vettel was given priority in 50-50 situations between the duo starting from the opening race in Australia. However, Leclerc has proven to be more than a match for Vettel, with the addition of self-inflicted errors ensuring that Leclerc would finish ahead of his team-mate in the final World Championship standings in 2019. As the season developed, Leclerc and Vettel were on equal status, although that counted for nothing in Brazil where a...
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