compare


multiple possible
to


Charles Leclerc

Charles Leclerc

personalia

Monégasque, Monacan
16 October 1997 (20)
Tony Rolt (16 October 1918)
Peter Ashdown (16 October 1934)

statistics

0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
13th (2018 Australian Grand Prix)
18th (2018 Australian Grand Prix)
1
3
3
0 (0 points per race avg)
170
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
2018 Australian Grand Prix
2018 Chinese Grand Prix

about Charles Leclerc

Charles Leclerc (French pronunciation: ?[?a?l l?kl??]; born 16 October 1997) is a Monégasque racing driver, currently driving for Sauber in the 2018 FIA Formula One World Championship. A member of the Ferrari Driver Academy, he won the GP3 Series championship in 2016 and the FIA Formula 2 Championship in 2017.


source: Wikipedia

seasons

2018,

finishing positions

grid positions

wins

# event constructor

pole positions

# event constructor

teams & teammates

season teammate
2018 Marcus Ericsson
Sauber compare 2018

news

The Sauber driver outqualified his more experienced teammate Marcus Ericsson for the first time on Saturday at the Shanghai circuit, and ran ahead of him in the opening stint of the race.However, a spin at Turn 1 briefly left Leclerc in the gravel and caused floor damage that compromised the rest of his race and left him 19th, last of the finishers.Leclerc initially thought the floor ...

read on

While the highly-rated Leclerc is beginning his first year of grand prix racing after graduating as Formula 2 champion, Ericsson is in his fifth season of F1 and his fourth with Sauber.Ericsson scored Sauber's first points of the season last weekend in Bahrain with a strong drive from 17th to ninth, and has outqualified Leclerc in opening two races."I honestly think he's a very good ...

read on

Leclerc had the edge over his more experienced Sauber teammate Marcus Ericsson through practice and the first runs in Q1, but his qualifying ended with a spin at the final corner.He said traffic on his second run and his own misjudgement later was to blame for ending up 19th, three tenths and two positions behind Ericsson."I was already pushing way too much from the beginning of the ...

read on

The rookie anchored the timesheets both times out today, finishing eight tenths off Sauber teammate Marcus Ericsson in FP1 before slimming the margin right down to 0.001s in the second session.Reflecting on the drastic improvement in relation to the other Sauber, Leclerc admitted that he was caught out by the tricky Albert Park layout first time around."I didn't do a good time this ...

read on

The Sauber driver lost his C37 at the uphill Turn 12 right-hander on a personal-best lap and spun into the gravel, making light contact with the tyre wall.Asked if the incident angered him, Leclerc replied: “Of course.“I try to push the limit, which is normal in testing. I would be a lot more disappointed in myself if this happens in the race in Melbourne.“I’ve learned a lot but ...

read on

F2 champion Leclerc will make his grand prix debut next season with Sauber, having recently been chosen as one of the Swiss squad’s two drivers alongside Marcus Ericsson. The launch of the Alfa Romeo livery concept last weekend hinted that Leclerc had chosen 16 as his permanent race number, which was subsequently confirmed by the team.Speaking at the FIA Prize Giving at Versailles on ...

read on

Ericsson had been in a fight with Antonio Giovinazzi for the second seat at Sauber, which will have closer ties with Ferrari next season thanks to a title sponsorship deal with Alfa Romeo.Although the initial idea of an Alfa Romeo team had been triggered because Marchionne wanted a proving ground for young Italian ...

read on

It is widely believed that F2 champion Leclerc, who has been running FP1 sessions for the Swiss team, has already got the job – although some sources insist that a final decision has not been made, and that Giovinazzi remains in the frame.Sauber is obliged under its new engine and gearbox deal with Ferrari to take one of the Maranello young drivers, and negotiations are ongoing for ...

read on

Leclerc is dominating Formula 2 this season, but Vandoorne and Gasly - the previous two champions in what was then called GP2 - both had to wait for an F1 chance after their feeder series titles.They were initially sent to Japan's premier single-seater category by their respective backers McLaren and Red Bull.Asked by Motorsport.com if spending 2018 in Super Formula was an option for ...

read on

Link to or share this page

share or save

Charles Leclerc

Social media


Copy link

just click on the link and then copy it so you can use it on another website.