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Villeneuve: Leclerc and Ferrari make little mistakes

Jacques Villeneuve says too many little mistakes by Charles Leclerc and Ferrari have resulted in them losing their way after the great Italian team began the year in style as Formula 1 approaches midseason with this weekend's British Grand Prix. Stats show that Leclerc lost a healthy lead in the 2022 F1 standings in the matter of the last four races in which his main title rival Max Verstappen and the Red Bull team were stellar. The same could not be said of the Reds who have fumbled and stumbled with DNFs, driver mistakes and strategy gaffes as the season gets serious. Speaking on the F1 Nation Podcast, 1997 F1 World Champion Villeneuve said of Leclerc's title hopes: 'He's super-quick but...
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