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LEC was a Formula One team and constructor from the United Kingdom. They participated in ten Grands Prix, using a March in 1973. In 1977 they built their own car, the LEC CRP1.


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The Ferrari driver had qualified fourth t Barcelona and was right behind Bottas after the start as they came out of the opening sequence of corners.<br>However, he seized a brilliant opportunity to go around the outside of Bottas at Turn 3 in a move that was reminiscent of a similar effort that Fernando Alonso pulled off on Kimi Raikkonen and Lewis Hamilton in 2013.<br>But rather than Leclerc ...

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The Ferrari driver emerged from the second free practice session at Barcelona as the closest challenger to Mercedes after a strong day’s running in which he lapped just 0.165s off Lewis Hamilton's FP2 pace.<br>The Monegasque was outqualified by new team-mate Carlos Sainz Jr last time out in Portugal, but fought back in the race to finish sixth as Sainz slipped out of the points due to heavy ...

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In conditions that were hotter and windier than Friday's earlier FP1 session, the second 60-minute practice running was initially led by Alfa Romeo's Antonio Giovinazzi.<br>The Italian's 1m20.691s was set on the medium tyres, which all the drivers appeared on for their first runs in the session's opening quarter.<br>But Giovinazzi's leading time from the first minutes was soon beaten by a flurry ...

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Leclerc qualified fourth for each of the first two races of the 2021 season, but slumped to eighth in Portugal last weekend after struggling to nail his final lap in Q3.<br>It resigned Leclerc to a qualifying defeat to Ferrari team-mate Carlos Sainz Jr and meant he could only recover to sixth place in the race, losing out in the midfield fight to McLaren’s Lando Norris.<br>Ferrari sporting ...

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F1 agreed earlier this week for a trial of three 100km sprint races this year to decide the final grid. The first will take place at the British Grand Prix in July.<br>While teams are still getting to grips with the strategic implications of the change to the weekend format, Ferrari’s Leclerc thinks, from the drivers’ perspective, the new format will deliver a fresh feel.<br>For as well as ...

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Like other drivers who have switched teams in 2021, Sainz has struggled to match his teammate as he adapts to a new environment, with progress not helped by the lack of pre-season testing.<br>At Imola Sainz was only 11th in Q2, while Leclerc started fourth. However the Spaniard says that his best individual sectors were as good as Leclerc’s and it was a matter of perfecting ...

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Verstappen was preparing to take the pack back up to racing speed after the Emilia Romagna event had been suspended to clear up the wreckage from George Russell and Valtteri Bottas crashing heavily, when the Red Bull driver lost control at the final corners.<br>He speared left over the kerbs of the first Rivazza turn, appearing to briefly put all four wheels across the white line at the track's ...

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Verstappen was leading the pack around for a rolling start following the race's suspension after the massive accident that eliminated Valtteri Bottas and George Russell, but lost control of his Red Bull at the first Rivazza turn just before he was due to resume racing speed.<br>The Red Bull speared left over the kerbs on the corner's inside, but critically appeared to keep at least some part of ...

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Ferrari managed to finish inside the top six with both of its cars in FP1 and FP2 for the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, marking a decent step forward for Ferrari compared to its display in Bahrain, where it struggled to keep pace with midfield leader McLaren.<br>Leclerc said the performance of the car was “great” through practice despite losing running to an issue in FP1 and a late crash in FP2 ...

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The tifosi may be absent this weekend, but watching on their TVs at home, the team's devoted fans have some cause for optimism after enduring a painful 2020 season.<br>In Sakhir, Charles Leclerc pulled out a superb lap to qualify fourth, an outcome that few expected prior to the session. He wasn't able to sustain that form in the race, losing out to Lando Norris and Sergio Perez on the way to ...

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Although Leclerc and Vettel had some famous clashes on the track, the pair did actually work well together during their two seasons as teammates.<br>Reflecting on their partnership and what he would miss about Vettel, Leclerc has said that it was the German’s intelligent approach to the job that stood out for him.<br>Speaking exclusively to Motorsport.com’s Italian edition, Leclerc was full of ...

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After a difficult 2020 campaign where Ferrari finished sixth overall, the team has appeared to make some good progress in to this season with both Sainz and Leclerc finishing in the points in the Bahrain Grand Prix.<br>Leclerc has already made reference to Ferrari shaking off the ‘strange’ atmosphere that dogged it at the start of last year, but he now reveals how Sainz has ...

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As part of a push by the FIA to slow cars down for this year, a number of changes were made to the regulations to cut downforce.<br>A section of floor has been removed ahead of the rear wheels, plus new restrictions have been imposed on brake ducts and diffuser dimensions.<br>With downforce cut by up to 10%, the cars have been slowed – and Leclerc has noticed a change in approach even if the ...

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Ferrari is aiming to rebound from a dreadful 2020 season in which the Scuderia finished sixth in the constructors' championship and it has appeared to make good progress during the off-season.<br>Boosted by an improved power unit, newcomer Sainz was fourth fastest in Friday's second practice, using Pirelli's soft tyres to come within three tenths of Red Bull's pacesetter Max Verstappen.<br>While ...

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Last year, Leclerc crashed into his then Ferrari teammate Sebastian Vettel at the start of the Styrian Grand Prix and then clashed with Sergio Perez's Racing Point on the first lap of the Sakhir GP, with Red Bull's Max Verstappen also going off as a result of that incident.<br>On both occasions Leclerc retired as a result of the contact and he explained at the end of the season that he had been ...

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Ferrari heads into 2021 looking to recover from its worst campaign in 40 years as it slumped to sixth in the constructors' championship last season, scoring just three podium finishes.<br>The team struggled with a troublesome SF1000 car that was compromised by a lack of straight-line speed, owing to its underperforming power unit and draggy aerodynamic concept.<br>The team also began the delayed ...

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The Italian outfit is coming off the back of a disappointing 2020 campaign, where its hopes were hit by a down-on-power engine and a car that was too draggy.<br>Having worked on a new power unit for this season, allied to its efforts to improve the car's aerodynamic efficiency, Ferrari is hoping for a much better campaign.<br>While it is too early to judge the overall potential of its 2021 ...

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Leclerc revealed in January that he had tested positive for COVID-19 following a trip to Dubai, but was able to link back up with Ferrari at the end of the month to complete some testing in a 2018-spec car.<br>The Monegasque driver is entering his third season with Ferrari after leading its campaign in 2020, scoring two podium finishes and close to triple the points of team-mate Sebastian ...

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Ferrari announced on Wednesday that it would be returning to the premier class of sportscar racing in 2023 by entering the Le Mans Hypercar class of the World Endurance Championship.<br>The programme will see Ferrari embark on its first factory prototype campaign at world championship level since 1973, having last won Le Mans outright in 1965.<br>Leclerc took part in the Motorsport Games-run ...

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Forty-four days since he completed the final race of the shortened 2020 F1 season in Abu Dhabi, Leclerc drove a 2018-spec SF71H for over 100 laps and practiced starts among his pre-season test programme.<br>“Getting back in the car today was great, in fact it was brilliant!” said Leclerc, who enters his third season with Ferrari on the back of a disappointing season that featured only two ...

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Leclerc announced via Instagram on Thursday afternoon that he had contracted COVID-19, and was now self-isolating at home in Monaco.<br>"Hello guys, I hope you are all staying safe. I want to let you know that I have tested positive for COVID-19," Leclerc wrote.<br>"I am regularly checked according to my team's protocols. Unfortunately, I learned that I have been in contact with a positive case ...

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While Ferrari slumped to its worst result in the constructors' championship since 1980 in sixth, Leclerc often managed to drag his underpowered Ferrari SF1000 to the head of the midfield and score two podiums.<br>The Monegasque driver finished eighth in the drivers' championship, outscoring four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel by 98 to 33 points.<br>Leclerc, who last year extended his Ferrari ...

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Although Leclerc will be entering his third season at the Italian team – while former Toro Rosso, Renault and McLaren driver Sainz is about to embark on his first campaign there – Binotto is clear that there will be no number one driver.<br>“There is nothing written in the contract of Charles being the [team] leader,” said Binotto. “I think that the two will be free to fight on ...

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The four-time world champion has competed alongside Leclerc at Ferrari since the start of last year, and saw first-hand how the Monegasque quickly adapted to a top-line team.<br>After swapping helmets on Sunday night in Abu Dhabi, Vettel made clear exactly what he thought of Leclerc in a special message.<br>On his helmet, he wrote: "To Charles. You are the most talented driver I came across in 15 ...

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Leclerc has adopted a largely white helmet colour scheme for the final race of the 2020 season, which mirrors the design Vettel has used throughout his six years at Ferrari – albeit with Monaco flag colours running over the top in place of the Germany equivalent his teammate uses.  <br>The words ‘Danke, Seb’ are written on top of Leclerc’s helmet, which also features images ...

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