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Charles Leclerc survives strong pressure from Mercedes to win Italian Grand Prix!

Charles Leclerc has won his second Formula 1 race in two weeks after fighting off serious pressure from both Mercedes drivers during the Italian Grand Prix. The 21-year-old had to fight off Lewis Hamilton in the middle of the race before the world championship leader ran wide. Bottas then had a chance to catch the Ferrari driver but the Italian car was superior on the straights. That's the first time Ferrari have won their home race since 2010.  Hamilton remained in third place to complete the podium as Daniel Ricciardo beat both Red Bull drivers to finish P4. Nico Hulkenberg had a strong race to help Renault celebrate a strong weekend. Max Verstappen started from the back and damaged...
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