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Leclerc hails 'great' P3, but Ferrari pace still track specific

Ferrari's Charles Leclerc hailed his performance in Saturday's qualifying in Turkey but insists the overall pace of the Scuderia's SF21 remains track specific. Leclerc clocked in fourth at the end of the final top-ten shootout after charging his way through the 'tricky" first two segments of qualifying that were threatened from the outset by rain, although drivers ultimately had to contend with sporadic drizzles. However, the Monegasque will line up P3 on Sunday's grid behind poleman Valtteri Bottas and Red Bull's Max Verstappen, courtesy of pace setter Lewis Hamilton's 10-place grid penalty. "It was a very tricky session," Leclerc told Sky F1. "We opted for a lower...
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