He’d dominated the entire weekend and had so far ran a near perfect race, but with ten laps to go, engine troubles left Charles Leclerc a sitting duck.
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In his second ever race for Ferrari, Charles Leclerc will start tomorrow’s Bahrain Grand Prix at the front of the grid. The Scuderia have enjoyed a transformation in fortunes since Melbourne, with Mercedes trailing on the second row.
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