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LEC was a Formula One team and constructor from the United Kingdom. They participated in ten Grands Prix, using a March in 1973. In 1977 they built their own car, the LEC CRP1.


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The F1 world champion comfortably charged to his record-extending 15th victory of the season in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, as Leclerc beat Perez to second place and with it the runner-up spot in the final drivers' standings.
With Perez hunting down Leclerc in the closing laps, Verstappen said he didn't get an order from Red Bull to help his teammate, which could have been an option, as the Dutch ...

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Perez and Leclerc started the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix level on points in the fight for the runner-up spot in the F1 drivers' world championship, knowing whoever finished ahead would take second place behind title-winner Max Verstappen.
As the race unfolded, Perez was hunting down Leclerc having committed to a two-stop strategy with his rival holding track position ahead of him in second place on a ...

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With Verstappen in command up front and the two Mercedes cars in the wars, the main interest in the race boiled down to a strategy offset between the one-stopping Leclerc and the two-stopping Perez in a tense final stint.
At the start, Perez launched well off the line to have a look down the inside of polesitter Verstappen at Turn 1 but was never a serious threat, while Leclerc held his third ...

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Leclerc and Perez head into F1's 2022 season finale on equal points, so whoever finishes the highest in Sunday's race will wrap up the position behind sovereign world champion Max Verstappen.
For all its world titles, it would be the first 1-2 finish in the drivers' championship in Red Bull Racing's history, and it would also be the best finish for a Ferrari driver since Sebastian Vettel in ...

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Max Verstappen might have lost his chance to end the 2022 Formula 1 season with a string of five successive victories last time out in Brazil, but he appeared to be in ominous form in Abu Dhabi practice, despite missing FP1.
The now two-time champion was one of eight 2022 regulars to make way for a mix of rookie and reserve drivers, although he soon led FP2, the only practice session that ...

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Lewis Hamilton took fourth in FP2, where all the regular 2022 drivers were at the wheels of their machines after eight even made way for eight young or reserve drivers in FP1.
For the one-hour only practice session that runs in comparable temperatures to qualifying and the race, Zhou Guanyu and Sebastian Vettel led the pack out of the pits, with the early running completed on the medium and ...

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The incident happened on the first flying lap after a safety car period triggered by a clash between Kevin Magnussen and Daniel Ricciardo just after the original start. Norris had passed Leclerc, who was on medium tyres, off the line.
At the safety car restart, Leclerc was trying to re-pass Norris on the outside of Turn 6 when he was tipped into a spin by the McLaren driver.
Leclerc struck ...

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The McLaren driver also suggested the FIA should use more ex-F1 drivers as stewards in order to increase the overall level of understanding of incidents.
Norris tipped Leclerc into a spin at Turn 6 when the Ferrari driver tried to go around the outside of him. Leclerc hit the barrier with the nose of his car, but was able to get back the pits and resume the race after fitting a replacement. He ...

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Sainz was running in third place, with teammate Leclerc just behind him on the road, as the laps counted down to the chequered flag at Interlagos.
With Leclerc chasing a second-placed finish in the F1 drivers' championship this year, he came on the team radio to request that the team switch positions to give him extra points.
It was a scenario that had been discussed and approved in the ...

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The Maranello squad raised some eyebrows for the final shoot-out qualifying element at Interlagos when Leclerc was the only driver to head out on the circuit with intermediate tyres. Although rain was blowing in, the track was dry enough for slicks and that meant Leclerc’s option proved totally wrong as he ended up being slowest out of the 10 runners.
Leclerc was left deeply disappointed by ...

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Perez ended up just 0.004s clear of Leclerc, with Max Verstappen third ahead of Carlos Sainz and Mercedes pair Lewis Hamilton and George Russell.
With just one hour of practice running to get in before Friday's qualifying session for the final sprint weekend of 2023, the pack headed out en masse at the start – their running split across the hard and medium compounds.
Kevin Magnussen ...

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The Ferrari driver had started the campaign in great shape, winning two of the opening three races of the season to open up an early title lead.
But a combination of a swift recovery by Red Bull, allied to a run of reliability problems plus mistakes from his team and himself, allowed Max Verstappen to steadily pull clear as the season wore on.
But while Leclerc's hopes faded away, he says he ...

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Ferrari endured one of its most challenging outings of the season in Mexico last weekend as it could not extract its regular pace from the F1-75.
That left the door open for Mercedes to emerge as Red Bull’s main challenger for the victory.
In the end, Carlos Sainz was the lead Ferrari to come home in fifth place, but he finished more than 58 seconds behind race winner Max ...

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As Red Bull and Mercedes fought at the front of the pack in both qualifying and the race, Ferrari failed to put up any kind of fight as it slumped to fifth and sixth place at the chequered flag.
Carlos Sainz led the Ferrari cars home in fifth, finishing almost a minute behind race winner Max Verstappen and nine seconds behind fourth-placed George Russell despite the Mercedes driver making an ...

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Both Leclerc and teammate Carlos Sainz have experienced a lack of power at the high-altitude circuit, with some rivals suspecting that the team may have detuned its power units in some way in a search for reliability.
Earlier this year, Sainz suffered a fiery engine failure at the Red Bull Ring, another venue where altitude is an issue, and a non-finish in Mexico could be costly in the team’s ...

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The local driver was left without information on his dashboard, including laptimes, and in the end he was relieved to recover to earn fourth on the grid for Sunday's race.
The electrical issue also created a DRS problem that left him seventh in Q1, although that problem was rectified for the later sessions.
He then got through Q2 in fifth place before improving by one spot in the final part ...

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The extended 90-minute session saw drivers focus on running Pirelli’s prototype rubber for next year, building on the findings from Austin one week ago with a softer selection of compounds.
Drivers were required to run identical programmes through the session, comprising two five-lap runs before then going for two eight-lap runs.
Russell was one of only five drivers permitted to use the ...

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A late failure for Liam Lawson - the F1 rookie replacing Yuki Tsunoda in the AlphaTauri - forced the session to be abandoned four minutes before time to leave Sainz to sit pretty in first.
As Leclerc lapped narrowly adrift, home hero Sergio Perez ran to third as Max Verstappen's progress was hurt by a rare spin for the newly crowned two-time world champion.
With the Autodromo Hermanos ...

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The Scuderia flew out of the blocks to win two of the opening three races this season as it sought to end a title drought dating back to its 2008 constructors’ championship triumph.
But the combination of strategic disasters (notably at Silverstone and Budapest) plus its early unreliability has contributed greatly to its drivers’ and teams’ championship challenge collapsing.
Red Bull ...

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Leclerc finished second in qualifying at Austin behind his teammate Carlos Sainz but will drop 10 places down the order and line up 12th as a result of his team fitting a sixth internal combustion engine component and sixth turbocharger of 2022 aboard his car ahead of FP3. 
That will leave Sainz starting on the front row alongside Red Bull's Max Verstappen, who is also set to miss his ...

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After finding himself within 0.1-seconds of pole on four occasions in 2022, Sainz pulled it off to top F1 qualifying for the second time in his career after overcoming Leclerc's Q3 run one advantage by 0.065s.
Leclerc's initial best time in the final segment was a 1m34.624s that gave him the top spot provisionally ahead of Sainz, with Lewis Hamilton third after a blistering middle sector and ...

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After FP2 had been largely dedicated to Pirelli's 2023 tyre testing, the final one-hour session of practice meant the teams have more race-data-gathering work than usual to crack through beyond the final set-up tweaks and qualifying simulation efforts.
Here Ferrari faced another problem, as an issue aboard Leclerc's car meant only Carlos Sainz completed high-fuel running for the Scuderia – ...

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Leclerc is currently fighting Red Bull rival Sergio Perez for second place in the drivers' championship after Max Verstappen clinched the title in Japan two weeks ago.
Red Bull took a fresh engine for Perez on Friday, triggering a five-place grid drop, but Leclerc will now also take a penalty after Ferrari made the changes ahead of final practice at the Circuit of The Americas.
A bulletin ...

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Leclerc was one of three drivers to run two of the 2022 Pirelli compounds – along with Valtteri Bottas and Daniel Ricciardo – because he sat out FP1 with Robert Shwartzman driving his F1-75 as part of the rookie practice running mandated in the 2022 rules. 
As the rest of the field completed set run plans dictated by Pirelli on two of its prototype compounds for next year – given to ...

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This year the team's campaign has been characterised by strong qualifying pace followed disappointing Sundays, either because of a lack of race pace, reliability problems or strategy fumbles.
The Monegasque driver says he wants to use the remaining four Grands Prix of this season to improve the team for next year and is far less concerned about the battle with Sergio Perez for second in the ...

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