Who is Charles Leclerc’s new girlfriend?

Ferrari racer Charles Leclerc had been single for around a year, prior to dating his new girlfriend.

Charles Leclerc has seemingly made the most of the Formula 1 summer break, which is due to end next weekend at the Dutch Grand Prix.

Having split from Charlotte Sine a year ago, the Monegasque is reportedly dating 21-year-old French art student Alexandra Saint Mleux.

The pair were recently seen soaking up the summer sun on a yacht on the Mediterranean, whilst they were previously seen on Centre Court at Wimbledon with Pierre Gasly and the Alpine driver’s partner.

Saint Mleux is supposedly studying in Paris and boasts over 90,000 TikTok followers, according to Crash.net.

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Perhaps she’ll be seen in the second half of the season in the Ferrari garage, supporting Leclerc as he continues to try and change the Maranello-based team’s fortunes.

It’s been a very mixed first half of the season for Leclerc, who started 2023 with two retirements in the opening three races.

A reliability gremlin saw him retire at the season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix, before an opening lap collision saw his Australian Grand Prix come to an early end.

His lowest point of the season so far is arguably his performance at the Miami Grand Prix, where Leclerc remarkably crashed twice at the same corner during the weekend.

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Despite his struggles, Leclerc has shown good pace at times, most notably at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.

Leclerc claimed pole position for the sprint race and the main race at the Baku City Circuit, before finishing both in the top three.

This saw him claim his first rostrum of the season.

His only other podiums this season have come in Austria and Belgium, two events where Ferrari looked competitive.

Ahead of next weekend’s trip to Zandvoort, Leclerc finds himself fifth in the Drivers’ Championship and seven points ahead of team-mate Carlos Sainz.

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In the Constructors’ Championship, Ferrari occupy fourth.

The aim in the final 10 rounds will seemingly be to remain in the top five in the Drivers’ Championship, and secure Ferrari at least third in the Constructors’ Standings.

Should Leclerc show his recent pace, then this is more than possible, but he’ll need to do this consistently.