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Vettel and Ferrari not surprised by Leclerc's pace

Charles Leclerc is piling the pressure on Sebastian Vettel after the Monegasque moved ahead of him in the Drivers' Championship. However, Vettel has admitted this has not come as a surprise to him and his Ferrari team. Leclerc has come back after the summer break firing on all cylinders helping the Scuderia to two successive victories and their first of the season in Belgium and Italy. Vettel meanwhile has finished off the podium at both races making several mistakes along the way. The recent results have led to a shift in dynamic at Ferrari with Leclerc moving towards the number one position.  Vettel admitted that the pace Leclerc has shown is no surprise to him and insists the...
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