Video: Incredible helmet cam shows how close Leclerc came to Verstappen

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Charles Leclerc was in scorching pursuit of Max Verstappen through the last laps of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, after the Dutchman had discovered a well beyond him on Lap 46 of fifty. New footage launched has given a more in-depth perception into the battle.


					Video: Incredible helmet cam shows how close Leclerc came to Verstappen

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Charles Leclerc congratulated Max Verstappen following the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, after his outdated karting rival bought the higher of him with a late transfer for the lead.

The race-deciding overtake got here on Lap 46 of the 50-lap occasion, and was accomplished following a nail-biting combat between the Crimson Bull and Ferrari vehicles.

However with 4 laps nonetheless to go, Leclerc was in a position to stay proper on the tail of Verstappen all the way in which to the road, taking the flag simply half a second later.

As he adopted carefully, the Monegasque driver clocked the quickest lap of the race, a 1:31.634, and now helmet cam footage has allowed followers the possibility to get an excellent nearer view as Leclerc tried to seek out Verstappen.

The video exhibits simply how tight and twisting Jeddah’s high-speed Corniche Circuit is because the drivers battle it out underneath the lights.

Nonetheless, simply as Leclerc claws his approach nearer to the main Crimson Bull, the yellow flags flash on the pit straight, stopping him from making a transfer heading into the ultimate lap.

Watch the video beneath as Leclerc closes in on Verstappen…

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RacingNews365.com F1 journalists Dieter Rencken,
Mike Seymour, and Thomas Maher look again over the Saudi Arabia Grand Prix in Jeddah, which was received in dramatic vogue by Crimson Bull’s Max Verstappen.


					Video: Incredible helmet cam shows how close Leclerc came to Verstappen


					Video: Incredible helmet cam shows how close Leclerc came to Verstappen

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