Leclerc: Ferrari F1 Italian GP battle is how 'racing should be all the time'

Leclerc: Ferrari F1 Italian GP battle is how 'racing should be all the time'
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Leclerc: Ferrari F1 Italian GP battle is how 'racing should be all the time'

At the Italian Grand Prix, Max Verstappen achieved his 10th consecutive GP win, setting a new record, while Sergio Perez finished in second place, securing a Red Bull 1-2. Meanwhile, the Ferrari teammates, Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz, battled fiercely for the final spot on the podium. Despite Leclerc’s attempts to overtake, he ultimately locked up and allowed Sainz to maintain the position. The intense rivalry between the two drivers continued throughout the race, with both struggling to manage their tires. In the end, Sainz held onto third place by a mere 0.184 seconds, giving Ferrari a home podium. Leclerc, although disappointed, enjoyed the thrilling battle and expressed his belief that racing should always be this exciting. Despite some aggressive moves, both drivers maintained a good relationship, and Ferrari team boss Fred Vasseur jokingly admitted that watching the intense competition may have raised his heart rate. The team will discuss the moves made during the race, but Vasseur expressed pride in allowing the drivers to race without intervention.

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Source: Autosport.com

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