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Charles Leclerc makes worrying admission about Ferrari's struggles

Charles Leclerc has concerningly revealed just how bad things currently are at Ferrari, with the Monegasque having admitted that the team need to improve 'everything' to catch their rivals. The Saudi Arabian Grand Prix was another bitterly disappointing weekend for Ferrari, with the Scuderia having been fourth in the pecking order at the Jeddah Corniche Circuit. Leclerc had shown some pace and was able to qualify second; however, following a 10-place grid penalty he was forced to start from 12th. The 25-year-old had a grid penalty after Ferrari were forced to fit a third set of control electronics to his car, after his two legal sets both failed at the season-opening race in Bahrain. READ:...
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