Charles Leclerc

Sainz Never Felt Slower Than Verstappen, Norris Or Leclerc

Ferrari driver Carlos Sainz has said he has felt “appreciated” by every team he has raced with in Formula 1, even though he admitted that some fans consider him to be “in the shadows.” Sainz joined Ferrari from McLaren at the end of 2020, and he is currently sixth in the Drivers’ Standings on 83


Leclerc Reveals How Much Time He Needed To ‘Understand’ Ferrari

Charles Leclerc has reflected on his time with Ferrari in Formula 1, revealing that he felt “comfortable from the beginning” but needed the best part of a year to understand the Scuderia. Leclerc joined the Maranello-based team in 2019 after just a single season in the pinnacle of motorsport with Alfa Romeo. READ: ‘Robert Scored


Leclerc Says Ferrari’s 2021 Gains Aren’t A ‘Complete Surprise’

Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc has said that the Scuderia’s improved form this year isn’t a “complete surprise”, given all the work that has been going on in Maranello. The Scuderia are fighting with McLaren for P3 in the Constructors’ Standings this campaign, off the back of a miserable 2020 season which saw them languishing in

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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

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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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