Charles Leclerc News
Ferrari have revealed the "completely new" car they will hope will return them to regular race-winning ways in F1 2024.
Red Bull's Christian Horner and Mercedes' Toto Wolff agree it would only be natural for rivals Ferrari to sign up Charles Leclerc to a new long-term deal.
Formula 1's chasing pack enter a crucial winter off-season as they aim to find ways to close down Red Bull's advantage in time for the 2024 season
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff is hopeful the team will have pace to return to the podium in Abu Dhabi as they bid to hold on to second in the standings from Ferrari.
Charles Leclerc believes a second Safety Car at the Las Vegas Grand Prix cost him the race win to Red Bull and Max Verstappen.
Charles Leclerc is determined to end his long wait to convert a pole position into a race win again in Sunday's Las Vegas Grand Prix.
Very few people expected Ferrari to lock out the front row for the Mexico City Grand Prix but Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz performed when it mattered most.
Analysing Ferrari's disappointing 2023 season ahead of their biggest weekend of the year and plans for improvement from 2024.
Max Verstappen said he was shocked to take the first pole of the season, after Charles Leclerc and Ferrari sacrificed their chances
Charles Leclerc says Ferrari have got "work to do" before next weekend's season-opening race if they are to compete with a "very strong" Red Bull.
With 22 rounds in the books and a world champion long-crowned, it's time to rate the drivers for their performances in the 2022 F1 season.
Charles Leclerc was frustrated as Ferrari made another strategy error in Qualifying for the Sao Paulo GP, but Damon Hill says the driver must take more responsibility.
Max Verstappen is adamant a lot needs to fall into place for him to be crowned champion again at the Japanese GP.
Formula 1 2022 has delivered thrills and drama aplenty, with its championship protagonists Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc rarely far apart on track.
The summer break is over and the Belgian GP is all live on Sky Sports F1 this weekend, with Sunday's race at 2pm.
Following the bizarre Hungarian GP strategy, Ferrari have now cost Charles Leclerc a century of F1 points through decision-making and reliability failures.
Mattia Binotto has shut down suggestions that change is needed at Ferrari despite the string of errors that have left Charles Leclerc trailing.
Ferrari say it is "unfair" to say Charles Leclerc makes too many mistakes to beat Max Verstappen, despite the Monegasque's crash at the French GP.
Ferrari are confident they have wrestled back momentum against Red Bull as the F1 2022 season speeds onto the French Grand Prix.
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