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Vasseur: Suzuka showed Ferrari's ‘huge step' in high-speed F1 corners

Ferrari Formula 1 boss Frederic Vasseur believes the team's promising race at the Japanese Grand Prix showed the 'huge step forward' it's made in high-speed corners. The Italian marque's encouraging start to the current campaign continued last weekend as Carlos Sainz ensured it retained its 100 per cent podium record this season. Meanwhile, Charles Leclerc […]
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