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Leclerc was skittled out in ‘nice bowling game'

Charles Leclerc described the melee at the first corner of the Hungarian Grand Prix as “a nice bowling game” – but it left him understandably furious. Valtteri Bottas was the instigator of the mayhem on a greasy Hungaroring dampened by a rain shower when he ran into the back of Lando Norris, ending their races and that of Sergio Perez who also got caught up in the chaos. In trying to avoid that incident, Lance Stroll dived to the inside but got on the grass, lost control of his Aston Martin and ran into Leclerc’s Ferrari, putting a total of five cars out of the race on lap one. Leclerc said he had been minding his own business, knowing conditions were difficult, when his chances of...
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