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Charles Leclerc has said he will not start demanding things “like a king” when he joins Ferrari in 2019.
Charles Leclerc will have his first taste of Ferrari’s 2018 F1 car when he tests for Pirelli at Paul Ricard this week.
Eddie Jordan doubts Charles Leclerc will match Kimi Raikkonen’s points-tally from this season when he races for Ferrari next year, but says it is a sign the Scuderia are planning for the future.
Maurizio Arrivabene has admitted that Ferrari had a long-term plan in place when they signed Charles Leclerc to a four-year contract.
Ferrari’s 2019 line-up, Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel, got off to a less than ideal start at the Singapore Grand Prix weekend.
Daniel Ricciardo’s street circuit prowess was once again on display as he topped the timesheet in FP1 at the Marina Bay Circuit, heading a Red Bull 1-2.
Charles Leclerc is adamant he’s not heading to Ferrari to learn, rather he is there to challenge and believes the team will let him race Sebastian Vettel.
Arguably the most improved team this season, Sauber are hoping to see out this season from the top-ten on the grid having targetted consistent Q3 outings.
It’s the news we have all been waiting for: Raikkonen out, Leclerc in at Ferrari. But have the Scuderia made the right decision?
An “eternally grateful” Charles Leclerc has said “dreams do come true” after Ferrari confirmed his seat for the 2019 season.
Ferrari have confirmed Charles Leclerc will be Sebastian Vettel’s new Scuderia team-mate from the 2019 season.
Ferrari could announce their driver line-up for 2019 within the next 48 hours according to several reports.
“Ferrari are in a bind” is the opening line on Auto Motor und Sport as the Scuderia’s past president signed a race deal with Charles Leclerc, and the new one wants to keep Kimi Raikkonen.
Sauber will not announce their 2019 line up until Ferrari confirm theirs as they are waiting to learn whether Charles Leclerc can remain with the team for 2019.
Haas could opt to sign Mercedes’ Esteban Ocon for next season, adamant Ferrari do not have a say in their driver line up.
Formula 1 have released spectacular new footage of Fernando Alonso’s crash as seen from Charles Leclerc’s 360 degree camera.
Charlie Whiting says it is a “little bit speculative” to say that Halo saved Charles Leclerc from serious injury in a lap 1 crash at the Belgian GP.
Fernando Alonso reckons the controversial Halo saved Charles Leclerc from injury after he “flew over” the Sauber at the start of the Belgian GP.
Charles Leclerc has admitted that his halo does not look good after Fernando Alonso flew across it on the first lap of the Belgian Grand Prix.
Signing Charles Leclerc for next season will either “destroy” the Monaco driver as Sebastian Vettel tries to “eat him alive” or it will hurt Ferrari, so says Jacques Villeneuve.
Charles Leclerc reckons Sauber’s in-season progress has looked “bigger” than it is really is given his struggles in the opening races.
Sauber boss Frederic Vasseur is mindful of the risks involved should Charles Leclerc make an early switch to Ferrari.
Although Charles Leclerc says he’ll never get bored of having to answer questions about Ferrari, he has nothing new to report on the subject.
A different Lewis Hamilton emerges from Germany, Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari throw it away again, Max Verstappen moves to within a point of Ricciardo and Charles Leclerc finds himself in a spin.
Booking his place in Q3 for the third time in four race weekend, Charles Leclerc had to overcome a brake issue to get there.
Saturday’s final practice for the German GP was a washout with the only drama a bit of confusion over reports that Lewis Hamilton is feeling under the weather.
Sebastian Vettel has said he is not actively pushing for Charles Leclerc to become his team-mate at Ferrari and is happy alongside Kimi Raikkonen.
Although Charles Leclerc says Sauber are racing “above expectations”, he reckons there is even more to come from the Formula 1 team.
Charles Leclerc’s British GP may have ended in retirement but the Sauber rookie insists there are still positives to be taken away from the weekend.
Charles Leclerc is overjoyed with qualifying inside the top ten for the second time in 2018, posting the ninth quickest time at Silverstone on Saturday afternoon.