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Leclerc gets new engine in Russia and starts at the back of the grid

There is a good chance that Max Verstappen will have to start from the back of the grid in Sochi on Sunday due to an engine change. Should this be the case, the Dutchman will be joined by Charles Leclerc. The Monegasque will have a new engine with a new hybrid system fitted to his Ferrari, resulting in a grid penalty. Gaining experience for 2022 car "The main goal is to gain experience for the 2022 car," Ferrari revealed in its preview on the Russian Grand Prix. "A lot of effort has been put into both technical and logistical aspects and in order to be able to use it as soon as possible, the introduction will be spread between the two drivers." Read more Criticism of...
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