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Leclerc satisfied by Ferrari's explanation for team orders

Charles Leclerc says he understands Ferrari’s explanation for its use of team orders during the Chinese Grand Prix, accepting it was “not an easy situation” to manage. Running third, Leclerc was told on Lap 10 to let teammate Sebastian Vettel past in order to try and close the six-second gap to the two Mercedes drivers ahead before moving aside one lap later. But Vettel was unable to cut the gap, with the move inadvertently dropping Leclerc into the clutches of Red Bull’s Max Verstappen behind. Leclerc went on to finish the race fifth. Leclerc said in the immediate aftermath of the race that he would wait to hear an explanation from Ferrari’s engineers before passing comment,...
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