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Leclerc eyes further two-year Ferrari extension

Sep.13 Charles Leclerc wants to extend his already long-term Ferrari deal for a further two years. That is the claim of Leo Turrini, a well known and respected Italian Formula 1 journalist who specialises in insider news about the Maranello team. 'It is nice to know that he has confidentially expressed his desire to extend the contract that currently expires in 2024. He (Leclerc) wants to be bound to Ferrari until the end of 2026,' Turrini wrote on his Quotidiano blog. By the end of 2026, the currently 23-year-old Leclerc will be 29. Turrini continued: 'Leclerc evidently believes the conditions are present at Ferrari to realise his great dream.' The Monaco-born driver, however, admits...
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