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Ferrari drivers 'clear' after Russia team orders saga

Ferrari’s drivers have stressed that “everything is clear” in the wake of the team orders saga that developed during Formula 1’s Russian Grand Prix. Sebastian Vettel passed Charles Leclerc at the start though it quickly transpired that a pre-race arrangement had been discussed in order for such a tactic to unfold. Vettel did not relinquish the lead to Leclerc, as the latter had been expected, though their positions swapped during the pit stop phase, shortly prior to Vettel’s retirement. “Yeah obviously there was some misunderstanding from the car but I think we’ve had a discussion and everything is clear now,” said Leclerc. “Obviously...
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