Charles Leclerc is a professional Formula One driver who currently drives for the Ferrari team. He is the youngest driver to ever win a Formula One race, having won the 2018 Italian Grand Prix at the age of 21. Leclerc began his career in karting before making the jump to single-seaters in 2013. He competed in the Formula Renault 2.0, Formula 3 and GP3 series before making his F1 debut with Sauber in 2018. Since joining Ferrari in 2019, Leclerc has enjoyed a successful start to his career in the top tier of motorsport, with five wins and seven pole positions to his name. He is considered one of the brightest young talents in the sport and is tipped to become a future World Champion.
We love a good Whatsapp chat to spill the tea or chat with all our mates in one place, so we weren’t surprised to learn Formula 1 drivers have one too. We still have questions, though, like, do you get kicked out if you don’t have a seat anymore? We couldn’t handle that FOMO! Although we’ve never seen screenshots of this sacred group chat, we’ve heard drivers talk about it here and there. Charles Leclerc is now the latest to shine a light on the topics of conversation 👀 “Sometimes, when we are not happy with a decision or something
After the announcement that Mattia Binotto will depart from Ferrari at the end of 2022, Charles Leclerc believes the transition to the new Team Principal - whoever that may be - will be a smooth one.
*insert the pretends to be shocked GIF here* One of the worst-kept secrets in F1 is now official, as Fred Vasseur is confirmed as Ferrari’s new Team Principal for 2023. After the announcement of Mattia Binotto resigning from his role at the end of the season and Alfa Romeo confirming Fred’s departure this morning, we all kinda saw this one coming… https://twitter.com/ScuderiaFerrari/status/1602581666744221696?s=20&t=BaFKg-DOu-krqOufhqYbLw However, that doesn’t mean that it’s not still a big piece of news! Vasseur is obviously well-known in the motorsport world, and especially to Charles Leclerc, having spent time with him in junior formulas and during his debut
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The physical and mental strength that F1 drivers have never ceases to amaze me. They must be at peak fitness to take on the punishing forces their cars inflict on them. From their workout regimes to their diet, it's intense. I say this as I sit here writing with a cuppa and biscuits at 10am 🍪 Charles Leclerc has shared an insightful look into one of his training camps which he does every year with members of his team, in the freezing cold snow. I know, not quite my idea of relaxing before work either. But as an F1 driver, preparation
You're never too far away from a bit of F1 drama, winter break or not. People love to talk, and it seems the latest topic of discussion before the start of the 2023 season is surrounding Charles Leclerc and his future at Ferrari 👀 Yes, Lewis Hamilton is expected to sign a new Mercedes contract that could keep him in the sport for another couple of years. But, eventually, he'll have to retire, and all eyes are on who could step up to replace him. Lando Norris, Esteban Ocon and Max Verstappen have all been thrown into the goblet of