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‘You’re always scared that it happens': Max Verstappen on Charles Leclerc's woes

Max Verstappen inadvertently sabotaged Charles Leclerc’s Belgian GP when he ripped off a visor tear-off at the start. The two title rivals both started the race in Spa towards the back of the field after taking grid penalties. Verstappen made his way through the field with ease, taking just eight laps to get into the top three and leading after 18. Things didn’t go so smoothly for Leclerc though, with the Ferrari driver having to make his first pit-stop earlier than planned after his brake cooling was blocked by a visor tear-off. READ: George Russell makes surprising claim about Max Verstappen at 2022 Belgian GP It was a far from optimal strategy for the Monegasque, and the issue...
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