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Leclerc's Baku engine 'beyond repair', penalty looms

Ferrari has confirmed the engine which failed for Charles Leclerc at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix is "beyond repair", raising the prospect of a grid penalty in the near future. Leclerc retired from Baku's June 12 race while in a promising position to challenge the Red Bull drivers for victory. He also suffered a power unit failure while comfortably leading May's Spanish Grand Prix. Ferrari is not ruling out the possibility the two failures were linked. A statement Ferrari released on Friday said: "Investigation confirmed Charles' Baku PU is beyond repair. One possible cause of the failure is that it occurred as a consequence of the PU problem in Spain. "We are now working...
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