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Drama for Leclerc as he crashes one of Lauda's classic F1 cars in Monaco

Video To news overview © XPB Charles Leclerc was given an opportunity to drive a legendary Formula 1 car on Sunday as part of the Historic Monaco Grand Prix. But what was supposed to be a dream outing in Niki Lauda's Ferrari 312 from the 1974 season turned into a disaster as he ended up in the barriers. Leclerc hit trouble when he tried to move down the gears heading into La Rascasse, with the car spinning around and sliding rearwards into the surrounding Tecpro. While he managed to get going again, Leclerc had inflicted significant damage to the rear wing of the car, which he parked up on the pit straight. Check out the video below... You must accept cookies to view this content You have...
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