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Charles Leclerc is “clearly” the best driver outside of the Red Bull programme, at least that’s according to Helmut Marko.
Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc says his target is to win the Drivers’ Championship in 2020, and if not he wants to be “sure” to win it in 2021.
Ferrari and Red Bull made sound business moves locking Charles Leclerc and Max Verstappen into long-term contracts, says Valtteri Bottas.
Such is the growing popularity of Ferrari’s rising star, Charles Leclerc, that the Monégasque driver will have his own grandstand at two 2020 races.
Red Bull principal Christian Horner looks forward to seeing Lewis Hamilton go head-to-head with the “young wave” of F1 talent in the coming years.
Charles Leclerc’s brother, Arthur, has joined the Ferrari Driver Academy, the team has officially announced.
Charles Leclerc decided to give skydiving a go in the off-season, but his decision not to tell Ferrari about it has left them “a little bit upset”.
Ex-F1 driver Gerhard Berger believes Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc are level when it comes to ability, but Leclerc embraces “politics” more.
Charles Leclerc feels race pace is an area of improvement for him as he believes Sebastian Vettel is better than him in that department.
Charles Leclerc has said he was able to “learn a lot” from Sebastian Vettel in 2019 despite their on-track clashes throughout the season.
Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc have secured top seats for the forseeable future, but what does this tell us about Lewis Hamilton’s plans?
Martin Brundle thought that either Charles Leclerc or Max Verstappen would have joined Mercedes rather commit their futures to Ferrari and Red Bull respectively.
Alfa Romeo boss, Frederic Vasseur, has seen characteristics from Charles Leclerc that makes him think the Ferrari driver will become a World Champion.
Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto has revealed Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel rang him together following their clash at the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Ferrari have confirmed that Charles Leclerc has signed a two-year contract extension to remain with the team until 2024.
Ferrari principal Mattia Binotto says his meetings with Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel at the start of 2019 were “full of embarrassments”.
Esteban Ocon claims he knew that Charles Leclerc would get the better of his team-mate in 2019 and is not surprised by the Monegasque’s success.
Charles Leclerc has revealed that his dream is to go head-to-head with Ferrari team-mate Sebastian Vettel for the Drivers’ Championship.
2019 may have been Charles Leclerc’s first season at Ferrari but Mattia Binotto reckons he put four-time World Champion Sebastian Vettel “under a lot of pressure”.
George Russell and Charles Leclerc enjoyed the same junior success, and Russell believes they are still on the “exact same course”.
Never let it be said that Charles Leclerc doesn’t own up to his mistakes with the Ferrari driver vowing to learn from his 2019 errors.
Ferrari principal Mattia Binotto believes Charles Leclerc was Sebastian Vettel’s “benchmark” after struggling in the first part of 2019.
Continuing to reflect on the F1 2019 season, we pick out what we feel are the five biggest success stories to come from another eventful campaign.
Mattia Binotto admits he was “surprised” by how well Charles Leclerc rose to the challenge of being a Ferrari driver and dealt with the pressure.
Jos Verstappen believes Charles Leclerc’s fuel irregularity in Abu Dhabi wasn’t a Ferrari “error”, and instead intentional.
Ex-Formula 1 driver, Pierluigi Martini, thinks the rivalry between Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc has been blown out of proportion in 2019.
The final day of testing ended with George Russell quickest for Mercedes and Charles Leclerc crashing into the barriers for Ferrari.
Ferrari should not rush to sign Lewis Hamilton with Flavio Briatore saying they already have a star driver, but it is not Sebastian Vettel.
Jacques Villeneuve believes Charles Leclerc’s determination to prove he’s the future of Ferrari, and not Sebastian Vettel, hurt the Scuderia in this year’s campaign.
Michael Masi says the stewards opted to delay Charles Leclerc’s fuel investigation until after the race because there “was insufficient time” prior to the start to make a ruling.