Charles Leclerc1997-10-16 (age 21)
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Former Ferrari Formula 1 driver Gerhard Berger believes that the Maranello team has "got it wrong" with calls favouring Sebastian Vettel over Charles Leclerc in the early races of the 2019 season.
Ferrari chief Mattia Binotto has admitted it was "difficult" to order Charles Leclerc to move aside for his Formula 1 teammate Sebastian Vettel during the Chinese Grand Prix.
Ferrari’s Chinese Grand Prix team orders failed to stop Mercedes claiming a third-straight one-two finish, and sparked debate about how it is handling new recruit Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel.
Ex-Mercedes driver and 2016 Formula 1 champion Nico Rosberg believes the team order imposed by Ferrari on Charles Leclerc in the Chinese Grand Prix was "harsh".
Charles Leclerc says his long second stint in the Chinese Grand Prix was a ploy by Ferrari to try to help his Formula 1 teammate Sebastian Vettel catch Valtteri Bottas.
Ferrari Formula 1 team boss Mattia Binotto insists the decision to swap his drivers in the first stint of the Chinese Grand Prix wasn't made to benefit Sebastian Vettel.
In a perfect four-wheel drift, Charles Leclerc slides his kart at speed around a tight hairpin bend. With his fingertips, the Ferrari driver beautifully balances his steering with throttle inputs. Everything seems ordinary until you look at the surface he’s driving on. It’s a sheet of ice.
Ferrari Formula 1 driver Charles Leclerc says he was left "annoyed with myself" after Chinese Grand Prix qualifying, despite closing the gap to teammate Sebastian Vettel after a "messy weekend".
Valtteri Bottas went quickest for Mercedes in what proved to be an unrepresentative final practice session for the 2019 Formula 1 Chinese Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc believes Ferrari will be very competitive at this weekend’s Formula 1 Chinese Grand Prix. Leclerc’s hopes for a maiden GP win were dashed a fortnight ago in Bahrain, when an electrical problem caused him to lose the lead, but he hopes victory will be his in Shanghai.
Ferrari Formula 1 driver Charles Leclerc says he "definitely didn't expect" rival team Red Bull's performance in practice for the Chinese Grand Prix.
Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel topped the first practice session for the 1000th Formula 1 World Championship race in China on Friday morning.
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Ferrari Formula 1 driver Charles Leclerc has explained why he defied his team's instruction to stay behind Sebastian Vettel in the early stages of the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Ferrari has revealed that an unprecedented short circuit within the control systems of the engine was the cause of Charles Leclerc’s problem in the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Through his composed and graceful reaction to his Bahrain Grand Prix heartbreak, Charles Leclerc took another step towards making Ferrari his team and himself its main championship hope.
Charles Leclerc says Ferrari should still be "proud" of what it did for him at the Bahrain Grand Prix, despite the engine problem that cost him his maiden Formula 1 win.
Motorsport Network’s Julia Piquet gives her top five takeaways from Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix, round 2 of the 2019 Formula 1 World Championship.
In the aftermatch of Charles Leclerc's heartbreaking loss of a first Formula 1 victory in the Bahrain Grand Prix, there was confusion over the nature of his Ferrari's problem.
Although Charles Leclerc's maiden Formula 1 victory was taken away by a mechanical fault, his pace was outstanding. Had Leclerc won, could Ferrari have justified Vettel as its team leader after his lacklustre display?
Charles Leclerc lost a likely victory in the 2019 Bahrain Grand Prix due to a problem with his power unit, costing him the lead with 10 laps to go. But he’s not alone in suffering late-race mechanical misfortune over the years – here’s 10 drivers who lost the top spot on the very last lap!
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Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc says his maiden Formula 1 podium was “lucky in a very unlucky situation” after an apparent MGU-H failure cost him victory in the Bahrain Grand Prix.