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Leclerc rues slow pit stop: 'P5 was the best possible'

Charles Leclerc faced a Herculean task in Sunday's Canadian Grand Prix, having to overcome a back row starting position in order to keep his 2022 championship hopes alive. Leclerc was starting from P19 after incurring a number of grid penalties, when Ferrari was forced to change multiple engine components on his F1-75 as a result of his Baku blow-up last week while leading the Azerbaijan GP. That retirement meant Leclerc dropped 34 points behind Max Verstappen in the standings after the first eight races, having been ahead by 46 points after Melbourne in April. Read also: Verstappen holds off Sainz to claim tight win in Montreal With his sights set on damage limitation this weekend,...
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