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Brundle on Leclerc 'nightmare': Incidents, unreliability and penalties

Article To news overview © XPBimages Former F1 driver Martin Brundle has labelled Charles Leclerc's season as a "nightmare" following a scoreless race at the Spanish Grand Prix. The Ferrari driver qualified only 19th at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya and started from the pit lane following changes to his car ahead of the race. But the Monegasque was unable to return to the top 10, falling short in 12th position by the end of the 66-laps – though he would be promoted to 11th by virtue of Yuki Tsunoda's five-second penalty. It was a weekend of surprise results with Sergio Perez failing to reach Q3 or the podium despite Red Bull's dominance, whilst McLaren slumped from a...
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