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Ferrari: Racing in a cauldron at the French Grand Prix

With temperatures expected to be around or north of 40C, Ferrari expects the heat on and off track to be dialled up high for the 62nd running of the French Grand Prix this weekend, at Paul Ricard. Europe is sweltering and the more south you go the heat intensifies setting up a race weekend which is expected to be the hottest of the season so far, with temperatures heading for 40 degrees centigrade, which will make life difficult for the drivers and teams in this first leg of the pre-summer-break double-header. With Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz both races in July, Ferrari are clearly doing something right as they managed to turn around a string of defeats to Max Verstappen and Red Bull....
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