Charles Leclerc: Armani’s Motor Star 

Charles Leclerc

During his first season with Ferrari in 2019, Charles Leclerc established himself as a front runner in 1. Throughout his junior career, Leclerc was a champion, and he now appears to be one of the stars of the upcoming Formula 1 seasons.

In 2016, Leclerc won the GP3 Series championship, and in 2017, he won the FIA Formula 2 Championship. Ferrari has him under contract through the end of the 2024 season.

After a positive 3 days of Bahrain testing last week, Leclerc has a lot to look forward to in his 4th season with the team.

Formula 1 Journey

At the 2019 Bahrain Grand Prix, he became the 2nd youngest driver in Formula 1 history to qualify on pole position. Leclerc also won his first race of the season in Belgium. Followed by his 1st Italian Grand Prix as a Ferrari driver the following week. In the 2019 season, he became the youngest driver to win the Pole Trophy. He also won the first non-Mercedes driver to do so since the trophy’s creation in 2014.

Before Ferrari ran into difficulties with the FIA over their engine and dropped down the competitive order in 2020 and 2021, Charles Leclerc was on his way to become a superstar in 2019 as a multiple race winner. But there’s no denying Leclerc’s extraordinary talent. Last year, he won pole for the Monaco Grand Prix, but a crash at the end of qualifying prevented him from winning his home race.

Bahrain Pre-Testing 2022

In the 2022 Formula 1 Bahrain pre-season test, Ferrari continued to exhibit remarkable form and dependability, but Charles Leclerc is sure that time sheets don’t signify anything.

On the 2nd day of the fastest pre-season test in Bahrain.


Charles Leclerc said: “Another session with a lot of tests completed this morning. We are learning a lot about our car as well as the tyres, which are still relatively new to us’’

Moreover,  The 2022 pre-season, according to Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc, was one of the easiest of his career as with all-new regulations in place there have been numerous claims that Ferrari is going all-out with the F1-75 and the enhanced power unit in order to get back to winning ways.
He stated: “The balance seems to be good and I feel comfortable so far, but we have to keep in mind that the time sheets don’t mean anything and there is still a lot more to come from our competitors’’

Charles Leclerc: Celebrity & a Philanthropist Racer

Leclerc appeared in the remake of the 1976 French short film C’était un rendez-vous, Le Grand Rendez-vous. The star has landed sponsorships from the likes of Giorgio Armani, an Italian luxury apparel company, and Richard Mille, a Swiss luxury wristwatch brand, which has been a long-time supporter of Leclerc from his junior days.

Leclerc was elected Ambassador for the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation in 2018, assisting in the promotion of the advantages of learning to swim. During the COVID-19 pandemic in Monaco in 2020, Leclerc aided the Red Cross of Monaco by bringing meals and transporting hospital equipment. He also contributed to the Italian Red Cross’s fundraising efforts.

360 View of Charles Leclerc Net Worth

His annual pay increased from $3.5 million in 2019 to a whooping $10 million in 2020. The upward trend continued into the 2021 season. Ferrari paid Leclerc a $12 million on-track compensation in 2021, and the expectation is to rise more in 2022. 

F1 season Downfall for Leclerc

Leclerc’s heartbreak came when he was unable to start the race owing to an unrepairable issue with his car’s left driveshaft. Despite his disappointment at the sequence of events, the driver pledged that he would not modify his attitude as a result.

With 159 points, Leclerc finished 7th in the World Championship in 2021, but was beaten by Sainz, who finished 5th with 164.5 points. This was the first time in Leclerc’s racing career where he was beaten by a teammate throughout the course of a season.

Wrapping Up!

Leclerc is a remarkable talent who won at every level of racing he competed in. Also who was tipped as a potential world champion by practically everyone in the F1 paddock from the time he went through its doors! Lets see how the racer will seal the tittle to his name on 20th March at Bahrain Grand Prix for the fans.

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