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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

5 (5.3%)
18 (19.1%)
16 (17%)
0 (0%)
1st
5
94
94
738 (7.9 points per race avg)
5573
596 (10.7%)
7 (7.4%)
17 (18.1%)
2018 Australian Grand Prix
2022 Hungarian 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, 2022,

finishing positions

grid positions

teams & teammates

season teammate
2018 Marcus Ericsson
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2019 Sebastian Vettel
Ferrari compare 2019
2020 Sebastian Vettel
Ferrari compare 2020
2021 Carlos Sainz
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2022 Carlos Sainz
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Leclerc started on medium compound tyres at the Hungaroring and spent the opening stint running third, only to jump teammate Carlos Sainz for second place by getting the overcut at the first round of pitstops.
With a five-lap tyre delta, Leclerc managed to catch race leader George Russell and pass him for P1 before opening up a three-second gap at the head of the field.
But when Ferrari ...

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Leclerc pitted from the lead at the end of lap 39 after completing just 17 laps on his medium compound, with Ferrari then hoping to get him to the end of lap 70 on Pirelli's hardest tyre, despite seeing how Alpine duo Esteban Ocon and Fernando Alonso were struggling on that compound.
The decision went against Leclerc's wishes, who wanted to extend his middle stint on the mediums to then switch ...

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The Monegasque driver, who is bidding for a victory at the Hungaroring to try to keep his title hopes alive, was unable to fully capitalise on engine problems for rival Max Verstappen as he ended up third on the grid.
Reflecting on the afternoon, where the ability to switch the tyres on for a single lap proved key to the pace at the front, Leclerc said that things had not been easy for ...

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Carlos Sainz was fastest in FP1 before his Ferrari teammate Leclerc topped FP2, the second of the pair of one-hour sessions.
Hungarian Grand Prix FP1 results: Sainz fastest from Verstappen






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Driver
Chassis
Time
Gap
Interval
km/h




1
Carlos Sainz
Ferrari
1'18.750
 
 
200.274


2
Max ...

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The Monegasque sat pretty by 0.2s over his McLaren chaser, with Sainz the same interval again back in third place.
But both Scuderia cars ran ahead of Max Verstappen, the Dutch champion enduring a difficult afternoon as he was comparatively off the pace and complaining of car oscillations.
Leclerc led the way thanks to his earlier qualifying simulation, which might take on greater ...

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Leclerc wouldn’t elaborate on what he meant, other than to suggest that the key element was a tweak to his driving style.
Cars are in parc ferme conditions after sprint events, and teams can only change parameters such as tyre pressures and front wing angles.
After the changes Leclerc won the Austrian GP, and he was leading in France last weekend when he crashed ...

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On Thursday ahead of this weekend's Hungarian GP, Vettel announced on his newly-launched Instagram account that he would be retiring from F1 at the end of the 2022 season.
The news has led to widespread tributes from his peers on the grid and the wider motorsport world, with former Ferrari teammate Leclerc also speaking of his admiration for Vettel at the Hungaroring.
Leclerc crashed out of ...

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The Monegasque driver was leading early on at Paul Ricard and, with better tyre degradation than main rival Max Verstappen, looked to be fully in control of things.
However, a mistake on lap 18 pitched him off in to the crash barrier – forcing him out on the spot and opening the door for Verstappen to take a win that further extended his championship lead.
Leclerc’s mistake in France ...

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The Monegasque driver had been in control of the race at Paul Ricard after holding off a challenge from title rival Max Verstappen in the opening stages.
But shortly after Verstappen elected to go for an early switch of tyres, it all went wrong for Leclerc on lap 18 as he spun off at Turn 11 – putting him out of the race.
Stuck in the barriers, he spoke to his team over the radio and was ...

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After an initial early tussle with eventual race winner Max Verstappen, Leclerc held onto the lead as the Red Bull driver came in for his pitstop.
Ferrari elected to keep Leclerc out on his fading mediums instead of immediately covering off Red Bull's undercut attempt, with the former crashing out at Turn 11 when he lost the rear of his car on lap 18.
Unable to reverse his car out of the ...

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At the start, Leclerc easily lead away from pole ahead of Verstappen, who initially looked like he would have to defend against Hamilton into Turn 1 as the Mercedes driver had launched straight past Sergio Perez up ahead and starting third.
Verstappen hit the brakes latest of the top three and ran to Leclerc's outside, but the Ferrari was under no real pressure on the racing line.
The top 10 ...

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The Monegasque driver had looked set to be forced to play second fiddle to main rival Red Bull after Max Verstappen had looked super strong in final free practice.
But Leclerc's Ferrari came alive in the later qualifying session as, thanks to a bit of assistance in getting a tow off teammate Carlos Sainz, he took his seventh pole position of the season.
"After Q1, I think I was very ...

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Leclerc will start ahead of the Red Bulls of Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez after the one-hour qualifying session, which is split into three segments with five cars each being knocked out in Q1 and Q2 before the top-10 shootout of Q3.
Leclerc benefited from his teammate Carlos Sainz giving him slipstreams in Q3, as Sainz will start from the back of the grid due to power unit change ...

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Although Sainz will start Sunday’s Paul Ricard race from the back of the grid due to his post-Austrian GP retirement engine change, Ferrari got the Spaniard to progress through to Q3 so he could help Leclerc in his battle with Red Bull's Max Verstappen for pole.
In the final qualifying segment, Sainz led Leclerc out of the pits each time. After Leclerc had dropped back at the end of their ...

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Sergio Perez completed the top three in the second Red Bull as Sainz's running on used tyres meant he qualifying ninth but will drop to the back of the grid thanks to Ferrari fitting a fresh engine for this event after his Austria DNF.
Leclerc led after the first runs in Q3, but only by 0.008s over Verstappen as the two Ferraris ran line astern to try and negate Red Bull's top speed advantage ...

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Leclerc surged to the top of the times in the final third of the hour-long FP1 to eclipse his chief championship rival by a slender 0.09s as Carlos Sainz completed the top three.
George Russell, meanwhile, ran to fourth in the Mercedes W13 - which this weekend debuts a revised nose cooling duct - as track temperatures crept towards 60 degrees Celsius.
His seven-time champion teammate Lewis ...

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The Monegasque driver took his first win since April’s Australian Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring on Sunday, with better tyre management on his F1-75 allowing him to overtake and beat pole position man Max Verstappen.
The triumph was especially significant because it came off the back of what Leclerc has labelled a ‘disaster’ sequence of races where Ferrari had thrown away opportunities ...

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The top three finishers from Sunday's race at the Red Bull Ring were summoned by the stewards after it emerged their physios entered parc ferme before they had been weighed, breaching the post-race procedure instructions that had been issued.
In notes that were sent to teams on Sunday morning, the FIA said: "Other than the team mechanics (with cooling fans if necessary), officials and FIA ...

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Leclerc and teammate Carlos Sainz seemed to clearly have the upper hand on Red Bull's Max Verstappen on race pace. On offset strategies, Leclerc passed polesitter Verstappen three times on his way to a first win in nine races.
But as Sainz retired from third place with a suspected engine failure on lap 57 of 71, Leclerc too suffered a dramatic reliability scare in the closing laps.
The ...

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Leclerc, who had not been on the podium since Miami, passed Verstappen three times on track as the Ferrari and Red Bull drivers were placed on different strategies.
A late throttle pedal worry did threaten to derail Leclerc, but he held on for his third win of the 2022 Formula 1 season.
However, he was not joined on the podium by Sainz, who showed similar speed and was set to follow Leclerc ...

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Verstappen charged to victory in the sprint race at the Red Bull Ring on Saturday after opening an early gap over the pursuing Leclerc and Sainz.
The Dutchman had been given extra breathing space to control his pace at the front after Leclerc and Sainz compromised their pace with an intense fight for second place in the early laps.
After a close battle between the pair at Turn 4 resulted in ...

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The Red Bull driver needed to defend into Turn 1 and 3 against an initially strong Ferrari threat, but as Leclerc and Carlos Sainz went wheel-to-wheel, the defending champion was able to march away to a relatively smooth triumph.
The start was delayed and an extra formation lap called when Zhou Guanyu momentarily lost drive out of the final corner on his way to the grid when his engine briefly ...

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The Spaniard eked out a slender 0.05s margin over his teammate as the Scuderia pair also dominated the lap count, combining to accrue more than 80 laps of data ahead of the Saturday race.
Sprint race pole-sitter Verstappen, meanwhile, was closer to two tenths adrift of the headline times but did appear to show the most impressive long-run pace, as the Alpines moved ahead of his teammate Sergio ...

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Leclerc narrowly missed pole for the second sprint race of the 2022 Formula 1 season after a strong final sector from home favourite Max Verstappen wrested top spot in the dying seconds of qualifying.
The Monegasque driver had sat provisionally in first place after his final run in a twice red-flagged Q3, owing to shunts from both Mercedes drivers, before being eclipsed by Verstappen by ...

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The pack headed out en masse at the start of the one-hour session, the teams' only chance to get prepared ahead of Friday's qualifying session and the two races to come.
All cars ran the medium tyres in the early stages, with Alpine's Fernando Alonso setting the first place benchmark at 1m09.438s.
That was soon beaten by Verstappen's 1m08.656s and Kevin Magnussen's 1m08.501s before the ...

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