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Leclerc to continue with Bahrain power unit

Charles Leclerc will use the same power unit that cost him his maiden victory in Formula 1 after Ferrari confirmed it will be fitted in his car for the Chinese Grand Prix. Leclerc was cruelly denied in the closing stages of the Bahrain race, as both Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas both passed him before he was saved by a safety car, brought out by the Renault cars. Leclerc had dominated all weekend, qualifying on pole. The Scuderia confirmed in a statement it was a short circuit issue but also mentioned that he will continue to use the same power unit. "Charles Leclerc will use the same power unit in China that he used for the Bahrain Grand Prix,” Ferrari said. "The...
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