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Charles Leclerc tipped to ditch Ferrari and replace Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes

Charles Leclerc has been praised for his response to Ferrari’s woeful strategy decisions at the Hungarian Grand Prix, but it has been suggested that he could leave the Scuderia and replace Sir Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes. The 24-year-old started behind Carlos Sainz in third as they both started the race on one of their two fresh sets of Mediums coming into the weekend. The pair switched places during the initial pit stop phase, with the Monegasque getting ahead having performed the overcut. The now lead Ferrari passed polesitter George Russell for the lead of the race, before Max Verstappen, who had started 10th but made his way up to fourth, pitted for another set of Mediums. Instead of...
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