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Ferrari would give Vettel's priority to Leclerc

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has left the door open for Charles Leclerc to take away Sebastian Vettel's "priority" in the team. Leclerc defied team orders to overtake his team-mate in Bahrain and has generally had the better of it in the opening two races.
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