Charles Leclerc admitted he has “zero idea” how his Ferrari is going to handle from corner to corner after crashing in qualifying for the Dutch Grand Prix.
Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc fears teams will find it “very, very difficult” to catch Red Bull before F1’s next major rules change in 2026.
The penultimate part of RaceFans’ mid-season driver sees four drivers who were not quite enough to earn a place at the very top of the field.
Carlos Sainz Jnr capitalised on his team mate’s troubles in the opening races, but Charles Leclerc has forged ahead at mid-season.
Mixed weather meant mixed performances at Spa – but for one obvious stand-out. Here’s RaceFans’ driver ratings for the Belgian Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc says his third place finish in the Belgian Grand Prix was the best result Ferrari could manage as Red Bull finished first and second.
With zero useful dry tyre data to draw from, the Belgian Grand Prix will be a test of car set up as much as a race of tyre strategy.
Charles Leclerc called on Ferrari to improve their pit stops after suffering another setback in the Belgian Grand Prix sprint race today.
After taking pole position at Spa, Charles Leclerc said a slight change to his driving style solved the problems led to his Q1 elimination in similar conditions last month.
Charles Leclerc will start on pole position for Sunday’s Belgian Grand Prix after Max Verstappen set the quickest time in qualifying.
Hungary provided one of the most competitive qualifying sessions ever, but Sunday played out more typically. Here’s RaceFans’ driver ratings.
Ferrari team principal Frederic Vasseur admits they made “too many mistakes” but said they were right to swap their drivers’ positions.
Charles Leclerc had a slow pit stop, speeding penalty, faulty radio and was unable to drink during the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc thought Ferrari had got their simulation wrong when they told him how quick Alfa Romeo were following practice yesterday.
Charles Leclerc set the pace in the second practice session for the Hungarian Grand Prix ahead of Lando Norris and Pierre Gasly.
Wet qualifying, unexpected contenders and a critically-timed Safety Car period shaped many drivers’ results. Here’s RaceFans’ British Grand Prix driver ratings.
Charles Leclerc said Ferrari’s lack of pace at Silverstone, not bad luck, caused their poor result in the race.
George Russell says he was unable to get past Charles Leclerc early in the race as the Ferrari driver went unpunished for a defensive move which broke the rules.
Charles Leclerc recovered was quickest of all in a rain-affected final practice hour for the British Grand Prix while Alexander Albon continued his run inside the top three.
Charles Leclerc doubts he will be able to test planned changes to his car after an electrical problem forced him to sit out the second practice session at Silverstone.