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McLaren looking forward to battle 'great team' Ferrari

McLaren F1 boss Andreas Seidl wasn't surprised to see Ferrari fighting at the top of F1's midfield in Bahrain, and the German is expecting more battles this year with the "great" Scuderia. Ferrari's Charles Leclerc outpaced both Daniel Ricciardo and Lando Norris in qualifying at Sakhir while the Italian outfit's new driver Carlos Sainz clocked in just behind the two McLaren drivers on Saturday evening. On race day, Leclerc held his own in fourth position in the opening part of the race until Norris overhauled the Monegasque, but all four drivers from both teams finished among the top eight, a result that points to a potential McLaren-Ferrari shootout this season. ©McLaren...
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