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Leclerc wants answers as retirement dents F1 title chances

Article To news overview © RN365/Michael Potts Charles Leclerc believes Ferrari must prioritise solving the problem which prematurely ended his Spanish Grand Prix, despite a strong show of pace across the weekend. Leclerc was looking set for a comfortable victory from pole position at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. However, mid-race power unit issues denied the Ferrari driver a chance of extending the lead at the top of the Drivers' Championship. Speaking after his race retirement, Leclerc was quick to compliment the performance of the car across the weekend, but admitted his concerns about the technical issue going forward. "I don't know anything more other than what happened....
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