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Charles Leclerc says Carlos Sainz should be thanking him

In a strategic move that played a pivotal role in Ferrari's success at the Singapore Grand Prix, Charles Leclerc opted for soft tires, and this calculated decision ultimately contributed to teammate Carlos Sainz's triumph on the Marina Bay Street Circuit.  Leclerc, who initially led the race, provided crucial insights into his race-day strategy, which had the primary goal of securing Ferrari's first victory of the year. Leclerc's start on the soft tires propelled him ahead of George Russell at the race's outset, giving Ferrari a promising 1-2 lead in the initial phase.  However, a pivotal moment in the race occurred on Lap 20 when a Safety Car was deployed due to Logan Sargeant's...
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