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Leclerc 'feeling good' and determined to stay positive

Charles Leclerc is coming into this weekend knowing that the Japanese Grand Prix could be the last time he remains in contention for the 2022 world championship. The season started well for the Ferrari driver with two wins in the first three races, but since then he's only one again once while Max Verstappen has opened up a huge 104 points gap in the standings. If the Red Bull driver scores just eight points more than Leclerc this weekend, it's the end of the title battle between them. It's why the Monegasque could have done with a better start to his Suzuka campaign than he got on Friday. Read also: Russell tops extra-long wet Suzuka second practice He was third fastest in a wet first...
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