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Brundle says Ferrari's team orders are "humiliating and frustrating" for Leclerc

Martin Brundle has criticised Ferrari's team orders during the Chinese Grand Prix and has said that they could potentially be damaging to their young driver. Ferrari sees Sebastian Vettel as their number one driver despite Charles Leclerc's obvious speed. During the race, Leclerc was ordered to let Vettel past which has caused much controversy. 
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