Charles Leclerc says the fight between him and his team mate in the Austrian Grand Prix sprint qualifying race compromised his attempts to fight for the lead.
Carlos Sainz Jnr says Ferrari accepted his call for them to “stop inventing” instructions on the radio during the British Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc says Ferrari have made changes in reaction to the team’s handling of the Safety Car period at the British Grand Prix, where he lost a shot at victory.
Radio messages reveal Charles Leclerc was more concerned about the time he lost behind his team mate than Ferrari’s decision to leave him out when the Safety Car appeared.
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Red Bull team principal Christian Horner questioned Ferrari’s tactics and said Mercedes let their rivals “off the hook” with their strategy for Lewis Hamilton.
Fernando Alonso expected to be promoted to fourth place in the classification for the British Grand Prix because he thought Charles Leclerc would be given a penalty.
Several of Lewis Hamilton’s rivals have spoken up in support of him after his fellow Formula 1 champion Nelson Piquet referring to him using a racist expression.
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Charles Leclerc will start today’s race from 19th after taking multiple penalties for replacement power unit penalties, but believes fourth at the finish is possible.
Charles Leclerc will start the Canadian Grand Prix from the back of the grid after Ferrari fitted a series of additional new power unit parts to his car ahead of final practice.
Charles Leclerc will take a grid penalty at this weekend’s Canadian Grand Prix after his team opted to change another power unit part on his car.
Yuki Tsunoda will start the Canadian Grand Prix from the back of the grid after incurring penalties for exceeding his allocation of power unit parts.
Charles Leclerc is preparing to take a grid penalty in one of the coming races after Ferrari confirmed the power unit which failed in his car during the Azerbaijan Grand Prix cannot be repaired.
Ferrari’s head of strategy believes Charles Leclerc was heading to a comfortable win in Azerbaijan before his power unit failed.
Charles Leclerc admitted it “hurts” to retire from a race while leading for the second time in three rounds. Both Ferraris retired in Baku.
While Ferrari second-guessed their tyre calls and got unlucky with traffic, Red Bull’s sure-footed strategy won them the Monaco Grand Prix. The radio messages from all four drivers show how.
Another pole without a win for Charles Leclerc leaves him with the second-lowest pole-win ratio of any driver in Formula 1 history. Here are more Monaco Grand Prix stats.
Ferrari’s frustration at the time their drivers lost lapping the Williams cars was heightened by the €25,000 fine they received for impeding in practice.
Charles Leclerc says he was on course to improve his pole-winning lap time in qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix before crashes ended the session