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Ferrari just lacked pace in qualifying, says Leclerc

Ferrari fast-tracked some key upgrades from Silverstone to this weekend's Barcelona race, but their efforts were not enough for the Scuderia to beat the other three leading rivals, Red Bull, McLaren and Mercedes. Following a closely-matched qualifying session, Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz have qualified fifth and sixth respectively for the Spanish Grand Prix. Charles Leclerc has had a tough weekend until the qualifying. He ran the SF-24's standard package in the first practice session while he struggled for the optimal balance in the second one-hour session. The Monegasque opted for a comprehensive setup change for Saturday which has put his car in a much better operating window....
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