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Leclerc admits ‘tough time' at Ferrari after major reliability issues in Canada

Charles Leclerc has called for calm among the Italian side after a series of issues for Ferrari-powered cars in recent races. Both Valtteri Bottas and Mick Schumacher suffered issues during the Canadian Grand Prix weekend, meaning there have been 12 problems surrounding the Maranello-made engines in the last four races between the works team, Haas and Alfa Romeo. Both Leclerc and team-mate Carlos Sainz retired from the Azerbaijan Grand Prix due to reliability issues as Red Bull sealed their third one-two of the season, and that followed the Monegasque’s retirement in Barcelona when his engine failed. READ: ‘It was not his wrongdoing’: Wolff defends Hamilton after streak of finishing...
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