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Leclerc has smart plan to charge up the order on Sunday

Charles Leclerc has already devised an astute strategy for carving his way through the field when he starts at the back of the grid in Sunday's Russian Grand Prix. The Ferrari driver was supplied with a fourth new-spec power unit in Sochi, an inclusion that unfortunately implies a back row start for the Monegasque as the extra hardware exceeds his authorized limit of three engines for the entire season. But Leclerc will be in good company at the tail end of the grid, with Max Verstappen sitting alongside him following Red Bull's decision to also assign a new unit to the Dutchman. Given the pace difference between the two drivers' cars, Leclerc says he'll simply try and follow Verstappen's...
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