Ahead of the release of the Motorsport Manager simulation game next month, Autosport has had an invaluable chance to test what the title has to offer. From rule breaks to driver tantrums, here's what we've learned so far
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The high-pressure job Leclerc completed in 2019Charles Leclerc started his first season at Ferrari knowing the team expected Sebastian Vettel to lead its title challenge. But Leclerc made it his mission to change that view, which he did, vanquishing his world champion team-mate in the process1576713600F1
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