The Bahrain Grand Prix was a disastrous race for Charles Leclerc, and he explains why.  

After starting second, the Ferrari driver finished fourth in Sakhir but wanted more.  

Sergio Perez and Carlos Sainz passed him because he struggled to lock up and go wide.  

The driver regularly complains to race engineer Xavier Marcos Padros, calling it a dangerous car” at one point.  

Leclerc blamed a brake balance issue after the race.  

“I couldn’t go round Turns 9, 10 for the first 10 laps,” said.   

I locked up every lap and made significant changes due to insane rear brake balancing.  

I was waiting for this race for a long time, so it was very frustrating. I wanted to demonstrate our potential.  

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