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Charles Leclerc has defended Ferrari’s call to put him onto the hard Pirellis for a one-stopper in Spain, saying it was “always the right thing to try.”
Charles Leclerc has “absolutely no problems” with Ferrari’s questionable calls made throughout the Spanish Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc was left scratching his head as to how much damage was caused by going over a kerb during Q2 ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix.
Although Ferrari have yet to get off the mark this season, Charles Leclerc insists the picture is not “as bad” as it looks.
Charles Leclerc reckons it is “normal” that his growing rivalry with Sebastian Vettel is making headlines, after all he is the new guy in red.
Thought it was too quiet…Jacques Villeneuve has said Charles Leclerc is having a “negative effect” on Ferrari following his eventful weekend in Baku.
Ferrari principal Mattia Binotto has defended the team saying there was “nothing wrong” with Charles Leclerc’s strategy in Baku.
Charles Leclerc believes Ferrari’s strategy cost him time in Baku, but thinks there was a reason for their decision.
Heading into qualifying as the team to beat but finishing only third fastest, Nico Rosberg says it is “unbelievable” how Ferrari keep throwing it away.
Charles Leclerc was incredibly self-critical after crashing out of qualifying and ruining all chance of a pole position in Baku.
It was quiet, far too quiet in Baku, until Charles Leclerc and Robert Kubica got caught out at the castle section to delay qualifying.
Charles Leclerc secured a practice hat-trick for himself and Ferrari ahead of qualifying for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix in Baku.
A draining day of practice in Baku concluded with Charles Leclerc leading a Ferrari 1-2 at the end of FP2, but it was yet another session interrupted by red flags.
Lewis Hamilton says he feels for Charles Leclerc as while being asked to play number two is a “privileged position”, it “goes against your core values.”
Robbed of a first grand prix victory in Bahrain, Charles Leclerc insists bagging his first win is “not an obsession” but he is working hard to achieve it.
Former Ferrari driver Gerhard Berger believes that the outfit’s use of team orders have been unfair despite Sebastian Vettel’s ability.
Charles Leclerc was “hung out to dry” thanks to Red Bull’s call to pit Max Verstappen early, that’s according to Christian Horner.
First they said Sebastian Vettel was the “priority”, then they said the drivers are “free to race”, but unfortunately Ferrari stood by that first statement at the Chinese Grand Prix.
Former F1 driver turned commentator Martin Brundle has warned Ferrari they risk harming Charles Leclerc’s “credibility” if they continue to consign him to a number two role.
Nico Rosberg believes Ferrari were “really unfair” on Charles Leclerc at the Chinese Grand Prix as the newcomer was ordered to move over for Sebastian Vettel.
Clearly upset with Ferrari’s use of team orders in Shanghai, Charles Leclerc says he accepts it after meeting with his Scuderia bosses following the grand prix.
Ferrari team orders for the third race running, much to Charles Leclerc’s annoyance. Daniil Kvyat launches torpedo mode.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has sympathised with Charles Leclerc after he was on the wrong end of team orders.
Sebastian Vettel has defended the use of team orders from Ferrari which wrecked the race for his team-mate Charles Leclerc.
Charles Leclerc said he will not be drawn into making “silly comments” about Ferrari’s latest team order and will seek a full answer.
Charles Leclerc was cursing himself after a scruffy Q3 left him starting on the second row behind Sebastian Vettel in China.
Charles Leclerc concedes that while he accepts Sebastian Vettel’s priority status, he is hoping to change things “as quickly as possible.”
Charles Leclerc says he was shocked by Max Verstappen’s pace during Friday’s free practice sessions ahead of the Chinese Grand Prix.
Ferrari have fitted new Control Electronics to both Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc’s cars, ahead of the Chinese Grand Prix this weekend.
Sebastian Vettel brushed aside his Bahrain spin to set the pace in FP1 in China; his medium tyre lap 0.2s faster than Lewis Hamilton’s best on the softs.