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Leclerc saw Verstappen run away quickly: 'Then came the frustrating part'

Charles Leclerc continued to believe in a 2022 world title for a long time, but ultimately had to leave it to Max Verstappen. The Monegasque balks at mistakes made during the season and is very critical of himself and Ferrari. Article continues under ad For Ferrari and Leclerc, the 2022 F1 season could hardly have started better. Of the first three races, Leclerc won two, also finishing second in that other race. There finally seemed hope for a world title again, but in the end Red Bull Racing and Verstappen are left with both titles in their hands. Read more Marko rules out AlphaTauri sale: 'F1 remains best marketing tool' Ferrari disappoints. ''I believed in it until late in the...
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