The Brazilian, who took 11 victories for Ferrari during an eight-year stint at Maranello, says that he has been hugely impressed with the way that Leclerc has settled in there.And he thinks the qualities that the Monegasque driver have shown in only his second season of F1 point to him having what it takes to win the world title soon.“He's a very talented guy, but the thing that strikes ...Keep readingmehr auf motorsport.com
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Charles Leclerc has said his Ferrari Formula 1 car was fast enough to top Brazilian Grand Prix qualifying and only a "stupid" mistake on his part prevented it
Ferrari-Star Charles Leclerc kam im Qualifying von Interlagos nicht über den vierten Platz hinaus. Der Monegasse, der um zehn Positionen nach hinten rücken muss, übte sich hinterher in Selbstkritik.
Strafe hin oder her, Charles Leclerc wollte seinen Ferrari im Brasilien-Qualifying auf P1 stellen. Die Chance dazu macht er sich selbst kaputt.
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Leclerc blames himself, apologises to Ferrari over Brazilian F1 GP qualifying ‘disappointment’17.11.2019 - 02:29 Uhr
Charles Leclerc blamed himself and apologised to Ferrari on Saturday after qualifying fourth on the grid for Sunday’s Brazilian Grand Prix.