Polisetter Leclerc warns: ‘Room for improvement’

Charles Leclerc delivered the first blow in 2022. Monegasque scored in qualifying and set the fastest time in his Ferrari. He defeated Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz in a thrilling lap duel. During the training sessions Verstappen was faster but where he should have been, Leclerc stood.

The smile on Monaco’s face said a lot. After two mediocre years, Ferrari came back and the relief was palpable. Speaking to the on-duty interviewer, Leclerc said: “It feels good! The past two years have been very difficult for the team. We were hoping this opportunity would ensure we could compete again at the front. We’ve worked really hard for the team to fight in a situation like this.”

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Max Verstappen was very fast during qualifying and Ferrari started to worry a bit. In fact, Leclerc wasn’t at all happy with his level, yet he flew over the track in the third qualifying session. “I think the session was very tough and I wasn’t completely happy with my driving. But I still managed to get that lap and start from the starting position.”

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Monegask believes that things can still be improved a little. In fact, he thinks there’s more in store for his team: “Of course there’s room for improvement. Everything is different. During testing, we tried many different driving styles and haven’t found the best one yet. We definitely still have one on our side. That feels good.”

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