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Charles Leclerc reveals how he defeated Carlos Sainz in 2022

Carlos Sainz has endured an inconsistent two years with Ferrari, with the highs of victory in Silverstone often being met by the lows of DNFs in Austin, Austria, Suzuka and Imola. In his first season with Ferrari the Spaniard upset the odds and beat golden boy Charles Leclerc in the final standings by a close 5.5 points, after half points were awarded for the non-event of a Belgian Grand Prix. In 2022 however, Leclerc was able to mount somewhat of a title challenge, before Max Verstappen and Red Bull ran away with both titles, while Sainz was resigned to competing for podiums at the majority of race weekends. The Monegasque driver now spoken to reporters about beating Sainz in 2022,...
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