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Leclerc sees constant Ferrari progress since early 2020

Charles Leclerc says he has seen plenty of positive changes within Ferrari since last season, despite their torrid time in 2020. Last year was Ferrari's worst in the Constructors' Championship since 1980, but the Monegasque driver thinks the Scuderia's improvement this season has been both on and off track. Ferrari have moved 39.5 points clear of McLaren in the race for P3 in the Constructors' this season and Leclerc feels the small steps forward the team have been taking are starting to pay dividends. He took pole position in Monaco and Azerbaijan earlier this year and Leclerc thinks Ferrari are back on an upward trajectory again. These two 😂#essereFerrari 🔴 @CarlosSainz55...
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