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Leclerc wouldn't leave Ferrari for double the salary

Earning a reported $12m, Charles Leclerc says he wouldn't leave Ferrari even if he was offered double the salary. Leclerc joined Ferrari in 2019 with one goal in mind: to win a World title with the Italian stable. That is proving to be more difficult than perhaps he had expected with Ferrari suffering its worst season in decades in 2020 where the team fell to sixth in the standings and failed to bag a single race win. This year there are encouraging signs although Ferrari is by no means on the same level as Mercedes or Red Bull. Leclerc, though, is determined to stick around as long as it takes to win a title in red, adamant he wouldn't walk away even if offered double his salary. At $12m,...
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