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Leclerc: New cars will be ‘big time different’ to drive

Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc is preparing for the 2022 cars to be 'big time different' to drive this season. With the 2021 season officially in the books and the new year welcomed in, all attentions are now on the 2022 campaign which come with widespread regulations changes that, in time, will hopefully bring the Formula 1 field even closer together and promote more natural and frequent wheel-to-wheel racing. Also new on the horizon and coinciding with the regulations changes are Pirelli's 18-inch compounds, which are replacing the 13-inch variety. After the 2021 season finale in Abu Dhabi, Leclerc stuck around to rack up more precious laps in post-season testing to experience the new...
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