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Leclerc hopes Ferrari’s slow corner pace keeps Red Bull behind

Charles Leclerc says that he hopes Ferrari’s ability through slow-speed corners will be enough to keep rivals Red Bull behind during the Miami Grand Prix. Leclerc will start Sunday’s race from pole position, with team-mate Carlos Sainz alongside him on the front row. Red Bull’s Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez form the second row, lining […]
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