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Ferrari drivers anticipate ‘small steps' from Imola F1 upgrades

Charles Leclerc has tempered expectations regarding Ferrari's Formula 1 updates for this weekend's Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, citing that he expects 'small steps'. Ferrari will introduce a sizeable upgrade package at Imola as it bids to reduce the gap to Red Bull and maintain pace with McLaren, which won the last race in Miami. The […]
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