2022 French Grand Prix

Charles Leclerc and Max Verstappen speak out over ‘costly’ incident

2022 was a mixed year for Charles Leclerc, with his season having been ridiculed by a plethora of errors and reliability troubles. The Vice-Champion suffered from poor reliability, strategic errors, and driver errors this year, all of which allowed double World Champion Max Verstappen to cruise to a second consecutive Drivers’ Championship. Leclerc started the


Charles Leclerc lashes out at critics for highlighting his mistakes

Charles Leclerc might look back on 2022 as the year that should’ve been his, especially given the fact that he claimed victory at two of the opening three races of the season. The Ferrari driver started the season stronger than anyone could’ve imagined, with it, at the time, looking like the Monegasque might actually be the Italians savour.


Did Ferrari really force Charles Leclerc to lie?

Former Formula 1 driver Hans-Joachim Stuck gave us all a bit of a surprise when he suggested that Ferrari told Charles Leclerc to lie about the cause of his crash at the French Grand Prix. The Monegasque had started from pole in Le Castellet, and had fended off the early threat of Max Verstappen, before


Charles Leclerc gets his own parking lot at Paul Ricard

A Formula 1 fan has given Charles Leclerc his own parking space at the Paul Ricard Circuit after his crash there during the French Grand Prix. The Monegasque had taken his seventh pole position of the season in France which, discounting Monaco, is very close indeed to his home race. It was further proof that


Carlos Sainz reveals why he refused water bottle

Following on from the French Grand Prix, Carlos Sainz has incredibly revealed that he chose to race without a drinks bottle, in a bid to save weight. Having been awarded numerous grid penalties for exceeding the allowed number of engine components, the Ferrari driver started the race in 19th place. Sainz incredibly made his way


Charles Leclerc: ‘I’m going to close myself at home’

Charles Leclerc is taking a few days away from the madness of Formula 1 before the Hungarian Grand Prix after his crash in France last weekend. The Monegasque started on pole and held off Max Verstappen in the opening stint, before spinning at Turn 11 and slamming into the barrier, ending his hopes of victory.

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