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Palmer: Leclerc ‘immediately cracked' under pressure from Max

Passing both Ferraris on pace alone, Jolyon Palmer says Ferrari should be worried after Max Verstappen's Miami Grand Prix win. The Red Bull driver had to come from behind to win at the Miami International Autodrome, the Dutchman starting P3 behind both Ferraris. He made short work of Carlos Sainz, passing him at Turn 2 in a move in which Palmer has questioned whether the Spaniard should have done more to keep Verstappen behind him. He wrote in his latest F1.com column: 'The worry for Ferrari at the moment though must be the manner with which Verstappen is able to beat them, even when he starts behind both cars, and on a Miami circuit which the majority of the other drivers found tricky to...
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