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Watch: Fascinating footage of Leclerc ‘drifting' his Ferrari in the pitlane

A very intriguing onboard of Charles Leclerc has surfaced from the Canadian Grand Prix, when he was asked to do some burnouts. Due to the pit limiter being on, it is more difficult to spin the car in the pit lane as long as the driver is not too aggressive with their steering and throttle inputs. In wet conditions, this is naturally a little more difficult, but in the short video footage, Leclerc was asked by his engineer to slow down, perform some burnouts on the tyres to get the temperatures, before doing a practice start in second gear at the end of the pit lane. READ: Alonso and Norris slapped with penalties This also helps to get some heat into the gearbox, but the trick is making...
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