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Ericsson urges Ferrari to throw support behind Leclerc

Charles Leclerc's former teammate Marcus Ericsson believes that the Monegasque has done enough to earn the number one role for a title challenge in 2022. Leclerc currently leads the Drivers' Championship by 19 points over Red Bull's Max Verstappen, with the Ferrari driver opening up a mammoth 46-point lead after the first three Grands Prix of the season. However, with Ferrari's pace relative to Red Bull falling away at the Emilia Romagna and Miami races, Ericsson believes it's time for the Scuderia to throw their weight behind Leclerc in the battle for the titles. While Leclerc has scored 104 points so far this year, Carlos Sainz has managed just 53 after costly errors in Australia and...
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