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Leclerc ‘not worried' by Red Bull's pace as Ferrari bring major upgrades to Spain

Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc believes that his team will have gone some way towards overturning their current pace deficit to Red Bull with the upgrades they have brought to this weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix. Ferrari looked to have the edge over Red Bull in the opening rounds of the season, with Leclerc taking relatively comfortable wins in Bahrain and Australia, and sandwiched in between was a victory for Max Verstappen that might easily have swung the Monegasque’s way. But the Austrian outfit lost up to 5kg with an upgrade they introduced at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, and Verstappen has been near enough unassailable in the last two races in Imola and Miami. READ: Latifi opens up...
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