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Ferrari's Charles Leclerc cleared to use Bahrain engine in China

Ferrari has confirmed the power unit that cost Charles Leclerc his first race victory in Bahrain last weekend can be used again at the upcoming Chinese Grand Prix. Leclerc claimed his maiden pole position at Sakhir and fought back to re-claim the lead from Ferrari team-mate Sebastian Vettel, having dropped to third on the opening lap. Leclerc held a comfortable advantage over Lewis Hamilton following the pit stop phase and looked set to take his maiden win. But with 13 laps remaining he reported a loss of power and his SF90 was slowed by several seconds a lap, and he dropped to third place, behind Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas. Ferrari initially suspected an MGU-H failure was behind the...
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