Charles Leclerc

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Charles Leclerc Weighs In On Driver Salary Cap, Sprint Races

Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc has said he doesn’t support plans for a driver salary cap in Formula 1. The Monegasque is one of the highest-paid drivers on the current F1 grid, with the Scuderia paying him $12 million per year. READ: Red Bull Poach Senior Mercedes Engineer For New Powertrains Division Commenting on the proposed

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Russell Open To Fighting Verstappen Or Leclerc As Team-Mates

Williams driver George Russell has said he believes Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc will be Formula 1’s biggest talents in the future – and the young Brit is open to going toe-to-toe with them, even as a team-mate. With Sir Lewis Hamilton considering retiring from F1 at the end of the season – and with

Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc at Imola -

Charles Leclerc Reveals Why Ferrari Were Very Competitive At Imola

Charles Leclerc has explained why Ferrari were more competitive than expected at the 2021 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. Prior to the race being red-flagged due to Valtteri Bottas and George Russell having a high-speed shunt at Tamburello, Leclerc was in a great position to finish in P3 and score Ferrari’s first podium since the 2020

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Leclerc: Ferrari Feels ‘Very Competitive’ At Imola Despite Crash

Charles Leclerc has said his Ferrari SF21 feels “very competitive” at Imola despite Friday not being an “easy day” for him. The Monegasque crashed out of Free Practice Two (FP2), with him losing control of the rear of the car in the final sector of the circuit and colliding with a barrier.  Follow us on


Carlos Sainz Could ‘Start To Irritate’ Charles Leclerc

Carlos Sainz could soon “start to irritate” Charles Leclerc at Ferrari if he is able to start putting him under pressure and potentially emerge as the Scuderia’s number one driver, 1997 F1 World Champion Jacques Villeneuve has said. Sainz, who raced with McLaren in 2020, joined Ferrari this campaign after they axed four-time World Champion

Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc in 2021 -

Charles Leclerc Refuses To Share Opinion On F1 Driver Salary Cap

Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc has refused to publicly voice his views on Formula One’s proposed driver salary cap. “It is an issue that we should discuss among ourselves as drivers and then with the FIA,” Leclerc replied when asked for his thoughts on F1 imposing a driver salary cap. Follow us on Google News to

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‘That’s Enough’: Ferrari Satisfied With Progress After Abysmal 2020 Campaign

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has said he is pleased to see the Scuderia make progress in all “areas that were possible” following a very poor 2020 season. READ: Mercedes Hit Back At Bottas’ ‘Not Quite Normal’ Strategy Claim The Maranello-based team finished last year sixth in the Constructors’ Championship, making 2020 their worst season

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