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Ecclestone: Betting on Ferrari will get you nothing

As Charles Leclerc's deficit to Max Verstappen continues to grow, Bernie Ecclestone says anyone who bet on Ferrari for this year's championships can kiss their money goodbye. Ferrari came out firing at the start of 2022, the Scuderia seemingly having understood Formula 1's all-new technical regulations better than their rivals. Leclerc raced out to a 34-point advantage after three races, winning in Bahrain and Australia while also finishing runner-up to Max Verstappen in Saudi Arabia. And then it began to go wrong, horribly wrong. While Red Bull got on top of their reliability troubles, Ferrari's emerged with Leclerc suffering two retirements as well as a back-of-the-grid start in Canada...
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