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Max Verstappen’s Championship Lead, According To Charles Leclerc, Is Good Invective


After nine races, Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc says he is unconcerned about Max Verstappen’s 49-point championship lead.

Red Bull has won the last six races in a row, with Verstappen winning five and teammate Sergio Perez winning one. Perez is currently second in the championship, three points ahead of Leclerc.

Leclerc started the season with two victories in three races, and he led Verstappen by 46 points at one point. Verstappen had two retirements in the first three races of 2022.

The pendulum has gone the other way in recent races, with reliability troubles forcing Leclerc to retire in Spain and Azerbaijan, a strategy error costing him victory in Monaco, and an engine penalty forcing him to start from the back of the line in Sunday’s Canadian Grand Prix.

In the last four rounds, Leclerc has lost 68 points to his biggest adversary, but when asked if he is concerned about Verstappen’s growing championship lead, the Ferrari driver replied, “It pushes me.” It inspires me since I’m aware of the speed in the car.

In the title race, Leclerc believes that resolving reliability concerns, which have cost him almost 50 points this season, would be crucial.

Mattia Binotto, Ferrari’s team principal, believes the new engine installed in Leclerc’s car in Canada will help him in the forthcoming races leading up to F1’s summer break in August.

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