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Alesi agrees with Leclerc: 'There is enough time to recover'

Despite his recent crashes, Charles Leclerc continues to believe in the world championship. Jean Alesi agrees with him. The former Formula One driver thinks Ferrari still has plenty of opportunities to recover. Article continues under ad Ferrari have faced several reliability problems in recent races. Alesi believes there are still plenty of opportunities in the championship. Leclerc must remain positive about his chances. "Leclerc is right to show optimism. Such a tight championship puts pressure on the gearboxes, engines, hydraulics, everything. Technical problems will follow for every team", the former driver writes in his column for Corriere Della Sera. Read more Newey on...
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