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Leclerc looks ahead: 'The new tyres are quite hard to drive'

Charles Leclerc may have grabbed pole position twice in 2021, but the Ferrari driver's season was still one in the shadow of top teams Mercedes and Red Bull. Moreover, his new teammate Carlos Sainz finished above the Monegasque in the final rankings. Sacrificed With the new regulations in place, Ferrari hopes to return to the top. Or at least structurally compete for the podium spots. Last season was actually sacrificed for that, because there were not many updates and further development of the 2021 car. Everything was focused on 2022. Of course, all the teams are busy developing and building the newolides. No doubt Leclerc already has a first impression of the car. Moreover, in the...
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