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Vettel saw his younger self in Leclerc at Ferrari

Sebastian Vettel raced alongside an assortment of different teammates during his career in F1, but the four-time world champion says he saw himself in Charles Leclerc during the pair's two years together at Ferrari. Vettel first partnered with the Monegasque in 2019, and the two drivers immediately worked well together. However, the collaboration occurred at a moment in time in their respective careers that was very different. Leclerc, a burgeoning your talent, was in his second season of F1 while thoughts of winding down his career were beginning to creep into Vettel's mind after several challenging seasons with the Scuderia. "In '17, we had a great car, and we fell short,"...
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