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Leclerc: There was no race with no emotions

Charles Leclerc reflected on a first half of the 2022 Formula 1 season, claiming there was no race were emotions didn't run high as he now heads into the summer break. Ferrari started their 2022 F1 campaign with promise, Leclerc taking the first pole of the season in Bahrain, then transforming it into a win, and at some point lead Max Verstappen by over 40 points in the Drivers' Championship as Red Bull faced some early reliability niggles. However, as the season progressed, Verstappen has been able to overhaul Leclerc and now leads him by 80 points as Ferrari suffered from reliability problems themselves, committed glaring strategic errors, while Leclerc himself had a couple of driver...
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