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Charles Leclerc

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Monégasque, Monacan
16 October 1997 (24)
Tony Rolt (16 October 1918)
Peter Ashdown (16 October 1934)

statistics

2 (2.5%)
13 (16%)
9 (11.1%)
0 (0%)
1st
4
81
81
560 (6.9 points per race avg)
4896
306 (6.3%)
4 (4.9%)
14 (17.3%)
2018 Australian Grand Prix
2021 Abu Dhabi 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.


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seasons

2018, 2019, 2020, 2021,

finishing positions

grid positions

teams & teammates

season teammate
2018 Marcus Ericsson
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2019 Sebastian Vettel
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2020 Sebastian Vettel
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2021 Carlos Sainz
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With the Maranello-based outfit having finished third this season behind Mercedes and Red Bull, it hopes that the early development switch it made to its 2022 car will pay dividends in helping it close up the gap.
With one of the most closely matched driver pairings in F1, Ferrari is well aware that if its duo take points off each other then it could be a compromise if it finds itself in a ...

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Sainz linked up with Ferrari for the start of the 2021 season, joining from McLaren as a replacement for four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel.
Sainz and Leclerc quickly formed an impressive partnership both on track and off track as they helped Ferrari finish third in the constructors' championship, bouncing back from its worst result in 40 years in 2020 when it finished sixth.
Ferrari ...

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Sainz joined Ferrari for 2021 and linked up with Leclerc to help the team take third place in the constructors’ standings as it bounced back from its worst season in 40 years.
Sainz ended the year fifth in the drivers’ championship, 5.5 points ahead of Leclerc, and scored four podiums across the course of the season. Leclerc only finished on the podium once, but picked up two pole ...

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It is the second time this year that the Monegasque driver has tested positive, having also contracted the virus in January after coming into close contact with another case.
The Ferrari Formula 1 driver is suffering from mild symptoms but "feeling fine" and will self-isolate at home.
In a statement, the team tweeted: "Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow driver Charles Leclerc has tested ...

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Ahead of Sunday's race, Leclerc lies in fifth place on 158 points, ahead of Lando Norris on 154 and Sainz on 149.5.
Norris gave himself a good shot at jumping Leclerc by qualifying third at Yas Marina, while Sainz will start fifth, and Leclerc seventh.
Although he has a two-place advantage on his teammate, Sainz insists that he's not concerned about his personal position, and is instead ...

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Leclerc lost the rear and hit the wall hard in the closing stages of Friday's second practice, leaving Ferrari with an extensive overnight repair job.
Remarkably, both the chassis and power unit were salvaged after the heavy impact, and Leclerc repaid his promise to thank his mechanics in “the best way possible”. 
The 24-year-old survived another hairy moment at Turn 22 on his final ...

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Leclerc lost the rear of his car at Turn 22 towards the end of second practice for the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, causing him to slam into the barrier at high speed.
The session was immediately red flagged, but Leclerc was able to get out of the car unassisted and told his Ferrari team that he was OK. He underwent routine medical checks before being given the all clear by the doctors.
Ferrari ...

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Both title contenders had their mid-session qualifying simulations disrupted, with Hamilton's session-topping time remaining his best from the early running on the medium tyres.
Under the lights with night having set in over Jeddah, Carlos Sainz led the pack around to set the first time of the day's second one-hour session, the Ferrari driver – running the hard tyres – posting a 1m32.506s ...

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Leclerc suffered an unusually poor qualifying display at the Losail International Circuit, getting no further than 13th in Q2 while teammate Carlos Sainz progressed to line up seventh for Sunday's grand prix.
Afterwards Leclerc was at a loss to explain his struggles, saying he was "very confused" when he saw the gap to the top 10 runners and assumed it was "something quite big, because I just ...

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Leclerc dropped out in Q2 at the Losail International Circuit on Saturday evening, finishing nine tenths of a second off pace-setter Lewis Hamilton's time and over three tenths behind Ferrari teammate Carlos Sainz.
Leclerc sat last in the order after his first run in Q2, but told Ferrari over the radio that he had "no idea" where the time was being lost as he felt his car was "quite on the ...

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After Verstappen kept Lewis Hamilton behind by edging him off the road at Turn 4 in last week's race at Interlagos, the stewards opted not to open a formal investigation into the incident during the race, in which Verstappen eventually finished second.
However, Mercedes subsequently submitted a request of a right to appeal triggered by video evidence from Verstappen's forward facing camera that ...

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The Monegasque and his team-mate were locked in a tight fight with AlphaTauri’s Pierre Gasly throughout the Mexico City race as they battled for fourth spot.
A strategy offset between the two Ferrari drivers, with Sainz having extended his opening stint to have fresher hards at the end, had brought him on to the back of Leclerc and with a shot of going after Gasly.
Ferrari issued a radio ...

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Leclerc entered the race weekend at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez feeling optimistic given Ferrari’s strength at high downforce tracks this year and the set-up requirements of the circuit.
While Ferrari ended Friday in Mexico as the leading midfield team, it finished over a second off Max Verstappen’s P1 time for Red Bull, led by Carlos Sainz Jr in fifth with Leclerc three-tenths further ...

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Ferrari grabbed the initiative in the ongoing battle for third in the world championship at Austin when, after recovering from a difficult day, Leclerc qualified fifth, ahead of teammate Carlos Sainz and the McLarens of Daniel Ricciardo and Lando Norris.
All four men subsequently gained a place from a grid penalty for Valtteri Bottas.
The only downside for Ferrari was that Sainz progressed ...

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Most personnel entering the United States from overseas for the grand prix in Texas are required to hold a National Interest Exception (NIE) due to the current travel restrictions in place, which are set to be lifted for fully-vaccinated travellers on 8 November.
Prior to arriving in Austin, a number of drivers took time to visit other cities in the United States, with Leclerc and trainer ...

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Norris picked up his first F1 pole in Saturday's qualifying session at the Sochi Autodrom, and looked set to win the race before a late rain shower shook up proceedings.
Norris initially opted against coming in for intermediates, a decision that ultimately backfired as he dropped to seventh place after pitting and making the switch, allowing Lewis Hamilton to win the race.
Norris felt ...

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Ferrari revealed over the summer break that it was working on bringing a “significant” step in performance for its power unit during the second half of the season.
The team announced on Wednesday that it would debut its updated hybrid system at this weekend’s Russian Grand Prix, fitting Leclerc’s car with a new power unit.
Leclerc will take a fresh set of power unit components in ...

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With 21 minutes of the hour-long session remaining at Zandvoort, Leclerc became the first and only driver to dip under the 1m11s barrier as he ran to the top of the timing screens.
The Ferrari driver posted a 1m10.902s benchmark to depose Ocon before Leclerc was swiftly joined by teammate Carlos Sainz, who ran to second and was 0.154s adrift.
It marked a full sixth-tenth gain over Hamilton's ...

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Leclerc spun out during second practice at Spa on Friday afternoon, losing control of his car at Les Combes and hitting the barrier on the left-hand side of the track.
It left the Ferrari with damage to its front and left-hand side that the team worked to repair overnight, only to find that it could not complete the fixes on the existing chassis quickly.
Ferrari confirmed in a short ...

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Russell and Valtteri Bottas remained tight-lipped over the decision regarding which of them will race alongside Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes next year as the F1 paddock reconvened after the summer break with the pre-event media day for this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix.
When Leclerc and Verstappen appeared together for their part of the joint press conference at Spa on Thursday, the pair were ...

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The Maranello squad endured one of its worst seasons in recent times last year, finishing down in sixth position in the constructors' championship, its worst result since 1980.
Despite chassis development being restricted by the regulations this season, Ferrari has been one of the most improved teams, scoring three podiums, including Leclerc coming close to victory in the British GP last ...

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Stroll ran into the side of Leclerc's Ferrari in damp conditions at the apex of the opening corner after misjudging his braking point, leaving both cars with damage that forced them to retire.
The collision sent Leclerc into the path of McLaren's Daniel Ricciardo, who was spun and left with bodywork damage that compromised the rest of his race en route to finishing 11th. Stroll was hit with a ...

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The Monegasque driver was collected by his out-of-control Aston Martin rival at the apex of the first corner, when Stroll braked too late and took to the grass in the damp conditions.
The collision badly damaged Leclerc's car and was enough to pitch him out of the GP at the second turn.
However, as a fresh blow, Ferrari has now discovered that the power unit Leclerc was using cannot be ...

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Two major incidents at the first corner led to the Hungarian Grand Prix being red-flagged on Lap 3 due to debris strewn across the track.
An initial crash saw Valtteri Bottas run into the rear of McLaren’s Lando Norris, sending the British driver’s car into the path of Max Verstappen.
Bottas’ car hit Sergio Perez, resulting in retirements for Norris and Perez. A second incident ...

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Leclerc led 49 of the 52 laps of Sunday’s British Grand Prix after moving to the front of the pack following the clash between title rivals Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton at Copse.
Leclerc sat as much as nine seconds clear of the pack at one point despite managing an engine issue, having seen Hamilton drop back after serving a 10-second penalty for causing the first-lap collision.
But ...

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