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Charles Leclerc Explains Why Ferrari Were Very Strong

Charles Leclerc has explained why Ferrari were more competitive than expected at the 2021 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. Prior to the race being red-flagged due to Valtteri Bottas and George Russell having a high-speed shunt at Tamburello, Leclerc was in a great position to finish in P3 and score Ferrari’s first podium since the 2020 Turkish Grand Prix.  Follow us on Google News to never miss an F1 story! However, the red flag bunched the field up and saw Leclerc fall down to P4 as the track dried and all cars had switched to dry-weather tyres. Speaking after the race, Leclerc said he was a “little bit frustrated” to miss out on a podium and explained that Ferrari were very...
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