Would Charles Leclerc be cursed at home? Forced to retire in 2018 (with Sauber) and in 2019 then not starting last year due to a mechanical problem with his Ferrari, Charles Leclerc has never seen the arrival of his GP at home. Two weeks before the passage of F1 in the Principality, on May 29, the Monegasque was this Sunday in demonstration on the sidelines of the Historic Grand Prix at the wheel of the Ferrari 312B3 driven by Niki Lauda in 1974, on the occasion of his first two successes in F1.
But Leclerc lost the rear of the car in the Rascasse bend and hit the protections in reverse. It was with the twisted rear wing that he completed his lap. « When you think you’ve already had all the bad luck possible in Monaco and you lose the brakes at La Rascasse with one of F1’s most iconic Ferraris… »tweeted the Monegasque.