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Charles Leclerc Reveals Stance On Driver Salary Cap

Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc has said he doesn’t support plans for a driver salary cap in Formula 1. The Monegasque is one of the highest-paid drivers on the current F1 grid, with the Scuderia paying him $12 million per year. READ: Red Bull Poach Senior Mercedes Engineer For New Powertrains Division Commenting on the proposed driver salary cap, Leclerc revealed that he is opposed to the move after previously shying away from publicly voicing his opinion on the proposal. “I don’t agree with the salary cap,” the Ferrari driver said. “We’ll talk about that with the FIA and with the people that are here to take those decisions.” He also gave his take on the sprint races that...
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