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'Leclerc possibly faces a grid penalty during GP Canada'

Ferrari saw Charles Leclerc unexpectedly retire with engine problems last weekend in Azerbaijan. According to the BBC it may not just stay with the outage, but is also going to have consequences for the race weekend in Canada. Article continues under ad The Italian team already used three turbochargers for Leclerc's car. If Ferrari has to replace them again the driver will be penalized with no less than ten places. For Leclerc it would only make the challenge in Canada bigger, since he can then start from eleventh place at best. Read more Verstappen on Leclerc: 'More or less evened out with the bad luck' The medium reports that Leclerc still has room for one replacement on the other parts...
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