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Ferrari still giving Sebastian Vettel priority over Charles Leclerc

WorldNews Friday, 12 April 2019
Ferrari still giving Sebastian Vettel priority over Charles LeclercSebastian Vettel will continue to get preference over Charles Leclerc in "50-50 situations" as Ferrari feel he has a better chance to win the world championship, team principal Mattia Binotto says. Leclerc's display across the Bahrain GP weekend, where he claimed pole and was robbed of victory by an engine issue, prompted questions over Ferrari's pre-season decision that they would give Vettel priority. Leclerc ignored a team order to remain behind Vettel in Bahrain, having held station when asked to in Australia. Binotto says Vettel will continue to be preferred in tight battles for now, but insists both drivers are otherwise free to race and the priority order may change in the future....
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