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Ferrari chief does not want Leclerc to change driving style in battle with Red Bull

Ferrari may have wanted to go into the summer break feeling a little better, but the mood in Maranello is still good. This is what Laurent Mekies claims to Formula1.com. According to the topman everyone at Ferrari is confident about closing the gap to Red Bull Racing in the world championship. Article continues under ad While Ferrari may have had the best car in the field throughout the first half of the season, they are still well behind in the World Cup. Max Verstappen is 80 points ahead of the drivers, while the gap between Red Bull and Ferrari after thirteen Grands Prix has increased to almost one hundred points. Read more F1 owner puts Russia on blacklist: 'Non-negotiable' Mood is...
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