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Max duel in Austria made Leclerc more aggressive

Charles Leclerc has admitted he changed his driving style following the 2019 Austrian Grand Prix to become more aggressive. Leclerc was leading for almost the whole race back in June 2019 before the Red Bull of Max Verstappen made contact with his Ferrari and overtook him to take P1 just two laps from the chequered flag. The stewards took a long look at the incident but hours after the race had finished, they announced that there would be no punishment against the Dutchman, and that has proved to be a defining moment for Leclerc. Asked by Motorsport.com whether he has become more aggressive since that incident, he said: 'Yes. Partly because since that weekend the approach of the stewards...
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