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'Vettel's joy and Leclerc's anger' - Italian media reacts to Ferrari's Singapore GP win

With Ferrari celebrating a third victory in succession at the Singapore Grand Prix, the Scuderia's native media were understandably ecstatic. Sebastian Vettel took a record-breaking fifth win at the Marina Bay Circuit, having benefitted from favourable strategy to get the better of team-mate Charles Leclerc, who had led the race from pole. Article continues under video Ferrari's tactics certainly raised eyebrows, with Spain's El Mundo Deportivo saying: "Leclerc became a pawn sacrifice in a double victory for Ferraris - the Scuderia wins, but Leclerc loses." Also in Spain, Marca hailed Vettel's resurgence, as he took a first win in 392 days: "He was suddenly back on the spot...
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