Charles Leclerc F1 stats & info

NameCharles Leclerc
CountryMonaco Monaco
Height1.80 meter / 5 feet 11 inch
Place of BirthMonte Carlo
Date of BirthOct 16th 1997 - 25 years old
Season Entries6
Car Number16
First Race2018 Australian F1 GP
Last Race2023 Saudi Arabian F1 GP
First Pole2019 Bahrain F1 GP
Last Pole2022 Singapore F1 GP
First Win2019 Belgian F1 GP
Last Win2022 Austrian F1 GP
First Podium2019 Bahrain F1 GP
Last Podium2022 Abu Dhabi F1 GP
F1 teams history: Sauber (2018), Ferrari (2019-2023)

Charles Leclerc F1 Stats

Race Entries105
Race Starts104
Race Wins5 (4,8%)
Pole Positions18 (17,1%)
Fastest Laps7 (6,7%)
Podiums24 (22,9%)
Points Finishes76 (72,4%)
Retirements19 (18,1%)
Wins from pole4
Front Row Starts24
Total Points874
Total Laps5.521



Charles Leclerc Biography

Charles Leclerc (MON) Sauber F1 Team. Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez Mexican GP 2017.

Charles Leclerc (MON) Sauber F1 Team. Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez Mexican GP 2017.

This Monegasque racing driver is regarded as one of the new generation and highly talented drivers like Max Verstappen and Esteban Ocon.

With this new generation of drivers, it's not the question if but when they will become Formula 1 champions. Charles Leclerc was also since 2016 part of the  Ferrari Driver Academy.

On the second of December 2017, Leclerc was announced as driver to drive for the Swiss Sauber team in 2018. The Sauber F1 team would also change their name into Alfa Romeo Sauber. His teammate would be Marcus Ericsson at the wheel of a Ferrari-powered car.


Leclerc started his racing career at the age of eight with karting and has been very successful. In 2005 he right away was the winner of the French PACA championship. The following season (2006) and two season later in 2008 he also won this karting championship.

Charles Leclerc GP Mexico GP F1/2017

Charles Leclerc GP Mexico GP F1/2017

In 2009 he became champion of the Cadet karting championship before he stepped up to the KF3 championship 2010. In 2010 Leclerc also was the winner of the Junior Monaco Kart Cup. In 2011 he drove another KF3 season and won a lot of prices.

Charles Leclerc won the CIK-FIA World Cup, the CIK-FIA Karting Academy Trophy and also the ERDF Junior Kart Masters. He then also became a part member of Nicolas Todt's All Road Management.

In 2012 Leclerc was able to step up his game and started in the KF2 karting championship with ART Grand Prix. That year he won the WSK Euro Series and finished second in the CIK-FIA European KF2 Championship. He also ended up on second place for the Under 18 World Karting Championship. In 2013 he finished 6th in the CIK-FIA European KZ Championship and 2nd in the CIK-FIA World KZ Championship.

Formula Renault 2.0

Haas Leclerc-on-track-in-fp1-at-brazil GP 2016

Haas Leclerc-on-track-in-fp1-at-brazil GP 2016

In 2014 Leclerc took the step to formula racing. He took part in the Formula Renault 2.0 Alps for the Fortec Motorsports team. In this first season of open-wheel racing he scored seven podiums and was able to score a double winner on Monza. He finished the champion as second behind Nyck de Vries. He also won the Junior championship in the last race in Jerez.

In this season Leclerc also drove race weekends as guest driver at the Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 championship with the Fortec team. In those six races he took part in, he finished on the podium three times.

Formula 3

In 2015 Leclerc again stepped up his career and made his debut in F3. He drove at the Dutch Van Amersfoort Racing and took part in the European Formula 3 championship. He won four races and took the lead in the first part of the championship. In the second part of this F3 championship, he lost this lead and eventually finished fourth behind Felix Rosenqvist, Antonio Giovinazzi and Jake Dennis. In the last Grand Prix of Macau, he finished second.

Charles Leclerc (MON) Sauber F1 Team. Sepang International Circuit Malaysian GP F1/2017.

Charles Leclerc (MON) Sauber F1 Team.
Sepang International Circuit Malaysian GP F1/2017.


In 2016, Leclerc switched to the GP3 series to drive for the ART Grand Prix team. He right away won the first race in Spain on the Catalunya Circuit and won this championship by also winning races in Austria at the Red Bull Ring and in Belgium at Spa-Francorchamps.

Formula 2

After one year of GP racing, Leclerc stepped up to Formula 2 in 2017. He drove for the Prema Racing team together with Antonio Fuoco, who also is a member of the Ferrari Academy. In this championship, he also won his first race during the first race weekend of the season in Bahrain. He also won this championship in his first attempt in the penultimate weekend at Jerez.

Formula 1

Charles Leclerc (MON) Alfa Romeo Sauber C37 at Formula One World Championship, Rd8, French Grand Prix, Race, Paul Ricard, France, Sunday 24 June 2018.

Charles Leclerc (MON) Alfa Romeo Sauber C37 at Formula One World Championship, Rd8, French Grand Prix, Race, Paul Ricard, France, Sunday 24 June 2018.

During the 2016 season, Leclerc already was working as a development driver at the Ferrari F1 team and test driver for the Haas F1 team. He made his debut in F1 at the first practice during the British Grand Prix weekend.

In 2017, he drove four of the last six first practice sessions of the season for the Sauber team and would race for Alfa Romeo Sauber during the 2018 F1 season. In 2017, his father died, which gave him a hard time, and he learned there is more than racing alone. Did you know his godfather was Jules Bianchi?

His first F1 race on the 25th of March 2018 in Australia was a good one. In qualifying, Leclerc was only 0,08 sec slower than his much more experienced teammate Marcus Ericsson. Leclerc started the race in P18 and had a solid race with no mistakes. He passed two cars and finished on a solid P13 and didn't make any mistakes.

Binotto: Vettel-Leclerc battle 'good' for Ferrari

Sebastian Vettel gets passed by Charles Leclerc, Ferrari SF90 during the 2019 Bahrain GP

Later on, in the 2018 season, he was a lot more comfortable in the Sauber C37. In Azerbaijan he finished on an amazing sixth place and in France he qualified eighth, only two places behind the Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen. He finished the French GP on P10 and already equalled the total amount of points his teammate Ericsson scored in his whole F1 career after just eight races. Ericsson already had driven 84 races, more than 10 times the amount Leclerc needed to score 11 points.

After months of speculation and F1 rumours, at last, the news came out on September 11th when Sauber announced the return of Raikkonen to the team for 2019 for two seasons, while Ferrari confirmed Leclerc for 2019 as second driver next to Sebastian Vettel. He would become the second-youngest driver in the history of Ferrari. Ricardo Rodriguez is with 19 years the youngest driver ever to drive for Ferrari in the 1961 F1 season and is also one of the two brothers the famous race track is named after in Mexico City: Autodromo Hermanos Rodriquez.

Charles Leclerc maiden Formula 1 podium as 3rd in Bahrain (2019)

Charles Leclerc maiden Formula 1 podium as 3rd in Bahrain (2019)

Charles won his first pole position at his second Grand Prix as a Ferrari driver in Bahrain. He even overtook his highly-rated teammate Vettel in the fifth lap of the race. A power unit issue in the back of the SF90 costed him dearly and he had to settle for third place as his first win eluded him. He scored his first podium in Formula 1, also, he won a point for driving the fastest lap of the race.

After his impressive performance at Bahrain, he had tough races at China, Azerbaijan and Spain due to far-from-ideal strategies and his crash during Q2 at Baku, where he was among the candidates to score the Pole Position and fight for the top step of the podium.

His home Grand Prix at Monaco was his worst weekend of the season so far. He was eliminated in Q1 after the team informed him that his lap time was good enough for advancing to Q2, then he crashed with Nico Hulkenberg during the race and had to retire. His woes at Monaco were followed by four straight podiums at Canada, France, Austria, and Great Britain, He started from Pole at the Red Bull Ring and had a clear shot at his maiden win, but Verstappen denied him after a stunning overtake in the latter stages of the GP.

In Germany, he crashed after he leapfrogged Verstappen and Bottas and was running second in the race behind Lewis Hamilton. At Hungary, a crash in Q1 wasn't an ideal situation for his confidence although he was able to continue. He ended the race fourth after spending 68 laps in third position until his tyres were too worn out to keep his teammate behind.

Post-Quali Press Conference 2023 Bahrain F1 GP

Charles Leclerc Ferrari winner Belgian GP F1/2019

The first half of his debut year for Ferrari was positive for Leclerc, although it could have been better. The Monegasque driver showed confidence and remained calm enough when things went badly, especially when it happened because of his own mistakes. He scored 132 points, five podiums and two Pole Positions in his first 12 races dressed in Ferrari red.

After a difficult weekend at Budapest to close out the first half of the season, Ferrari would have their best chances to score victories in the first two races of the second half thanks to the straight-line velocity of the SF90. Leclerc started the second half strongly with a seven-tenths Pole Position over his teammate Vettel and went on to take the first victory of his career at the 2019 Belgian Grand Prix. He became Ferrari's youngest driver to win a Grand Prix.

The race was emotional for Leclerc since his childhood friend Anthoine Hubert had died the day before in a Formula 2 crash at Spa, at the same circuit where Leclerc had just taken the third Pole of his career.

The following weekend, in the 2019 Italian Grand Prix, Leclerc scored Pole Position again and beat the Mercedes on Sunday to take a popular win at Italy with a Ferrari. Leclerc's win at Monza was Ferrari's first at their home Grand Prix since 2010 (Fernando Alonso won from Pole that year).

Two weeks later, in the 2019 Singapore Grand Prix, he qualified on Pole Position for the third straight race, ahead of Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton. In the race, Leclerc led the first stint with a close gap over Hamilton, Vettel, Verstappen, and Bottas, who were all saving their tires.

After Vettel entered the pits a couple of laps before Leclerc did, the German was in front and found himself leading the race after clearing the traffic with aggressive overtaking. Leclerc followed Vettel home after an exchange with his engineer where he called the results "unfair". The Monegasque finished second behind his teammate, giving Ferrari the 1-2.

The tension at Ferrari continued at the 2019 Russian Grand Prix. Leclerc qualified on Pole for the four straight race, which was the first time any Ferrari driver achieved four straight Poles since Michael Schumacher's era.

Post-Quali Press Conference 2023 Bahrain F1 GP

(L-R) Valtteri Bottas, Lewis Hamilton and Charles Leclerc at the post-race press conference Championship, Russia Grand Prix - Photo Xavi Bonilla / DPPI

In the race, Vettel overtook Leclerc from P3 and led the race after the first couple of corners. Another exchange between the pit-wall and the drivers started as Vettel was instructed to let Leclerc by. Ferrari had an alleged agreement in which Leclerc would give a tow to Vettel so he could overtake the Mercedes of Hamilton, who was in P2 and Vettel would give the position back to the Monegasque.

Vettel asked the team to tell Leclerc to close the gap to him, but the Monegasque could not do it. As Hamilton was close to Leclerc, Vettel did not let him pass, since the maneuver would have been difficult. Leclerc was told the swap would happen later in the race after he stated: "I respected everything, you put me behind. Manage the situation".

Leclerc pitted before Vettel and he got ahead after the German's pitstop. However, Vettel's MGU-K failed and it prompted a Virtual Safety Car which was costly for Leclerc. A Safety Car period gave Leclerc the option to change from the medium tyres to the soft tyres to fight with Hamilton, who was leading the race with a new set of softs. However, after his pitstop, Leclerc lost the position with the Mercedes of Valtteri Bottas. The Monegasque could not overtake the Finn and he finished third in a race Ferrari was the favourite to win.

In the last five races of the year, Leclerc only managed a podium in the final GP at Abu Dhabi, although he started from Pole at Mexico. In the penultimate race, the 2019 Brazilian Grand Prix, Leclerc made contact with his teammate when battling for track position and both retired. Leclerc himself recognized the maneuver was avoidable from both sides, although Vettel drove slightly into him without any necessity.

At the end of his first year with Ferrari, the Monegasque won two races, achieved 10 podiums and led the field with seven Pole Positions. With 264 points, he finished fourth in the WDC and edged his teammate by 24 points.

The 2020 Ferrari SF1000 was not a world-beater since the start of the 2020 season. Still, Leclerc managed to achieve a podium in the first race of the year, at Austria.

Post-Quali Press Conference 2023 Bahrain F1 GP

Charles Leclerc.

Then, he finished third in the 2020 British Grand Prix and has managed to achieve four other Top-5 finishes throughout the year. Despite Ferrari's struggles, Leclerc put up some impressive performances during several qualifying sessions and managed to score points with a certain consistency. He finished 2020 with 98 points and with eighth place in the WDC.

Difficult 2021 F1 season for Leclerc

The 2021 season saw a new teammate for Charles Leclerc at the Scuderia Ferrari, with Carlos Sainz coming in from McLaren. The pair of Ferrari drivers looked closely matched throughout the season, although Leclerc outqualified Sainz 14-8, and also finished ahead in 14 of the 22 Grands Prix.

Moreover, the end of the season saw Carlos Sainz finishing ahead of his Ferrari teammate, with 164.5 points over Leclerc's 159.

Post-Quali Press Conference 2023 Bahrain F1 GP

2020 Australian F1 GP podium: 1. Leclerc, 2. Perez, 3. Russell

The Monegasque finished seventh in the World Drivers' Championship, two spots behind his teammate. Leclerc achieved a podium and two Pole Positions in 2021, while also adding 10 finishes in the Top 5 throughout the year.

Title contender in 2022

Leclerc started the 2022 Formula 1 season driving the Ferrari F1-75 to victory at the 2022 Bahrain GP on March 20th, 2022.

The Ferrari looked highly competitive early in 2022, and Leclerc went to win the fourth race of his Formula 1 career on April 10th, 2022, when he dominated the 2022 Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne. After the first four races of 2022, he led the WDC with 86 points scored.

Leclerc lost consecutive wins in the 2022 Spanish and Monaco GPs, the first one due to mechanical issues and the second one due to strategic mistakes. On 28th May 2022, he qualified on Pole Position for his home race at Monaco for the second year in a row, but bad calls as the track was drying up meant that he could only finish fourth.

2022 Austrian Grand Prix Results: F1 Race Winner & Report

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Then, he qualified on Pole Position for the 2022 Azerbaijan Grand Prix and was leading the race before another engine issue meant he could not finish the race.

Leclerc won the 11th race of the 2022 season at Austria on 10 July 2022, to take the fifth win of his Formula 1 career. It was also the first time he won a Grand Prix without starting from Pole Position. The race was tremendous, with Leclerc overtaking Red Bull's Max Verstappen three times for the lead.

In the final laps, the throttle pedal of his F1-75 wasn't working smoothly, and Leclerc found himself under pressure from the Dutchman. However, Leclerc won the event.

On 23 July 2022, Leclerc achieved the 16th Pole Position of his Formula 1 career, becoming the driver with the third-most Pole Positions for the Scuderia Ferrari, behind Michael Schumacher (58) and Niki Lauda (23).

The following day, Leclerc crashed out in the race after leading in the early stages.

The 2022 Hungarian Grand Prix was another blow on Leclerc's hopes for a title in 2022, as a strategic mistake from Ferrari (putting the hard tyres on a cold track and compromising Leclerc's pace) as the Monegasque was comfortably leading.

Leclerc admits winning F1 drivers title this year will be tough

(Photo by Steven Tee / LAT Images)

Eventually, Leclerc finished only sixth in Hungary and went into the summer break with an 80-point deficit behind Max Verstappen, the championship leader.

Leclerc recorded his eighth Pole Position of 2022 (securing his lead on that stat in 2022) at Ferrari's home event in Monza. However, he did not have the pace to deliver a home win for the Tifosi and finished second behind Max Verstappen's all-conquering Red Bull car.

The podium at Monza was Leclerc's seventh in 2022 and the 20th podium of his F1 career, but his championship hopes were fading away.

Post-Quali Press Conference 2023 Bahrain F1 GP

Charles Leclerc doing some donuts with the Ferrari F1-75

In the 2022 Singapore Grand Prix, Leclerc recorded the 18th Pole Position of his Formula 1 career, tying Mario Andretti, René Arnoux, and Kimi Raikkonen for 13th place in the history of the series. In the race, he finished second behind Red Bull's Sergio Pérez.

Leclerc then finished the 2022 Japanese Grand Prix in third place due to a penalty right after the race. Leclerc had committed a mistake in the final chicane on the last lap and cut the track. He was given a five-second penalty that demoted him from second to third and secured Max Verstappen's 2022 title.

It was Leclerc's ninth podium of 2022.

Leclerc reached his 10th podium in 2022 and the 23rd of his career at the 2022 US Grand Prix.

With his 23rd podium with Ferrari, Leclerc tied Clay Regazzoni's and Eddie Irvine's tally of podiums with Ferrari, which is the eighth-highest in the Scuderia's history.

Leclerc ended the 2022 season with three wins, 11 podiums and nine Pole Positions. He was second in the WDC with 308 points. All those statistics were career bests for Leclerc, but he fell well short of a maiden F1 title in 2022.

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Charles Leclerc F1 Seasons Summary

YearTeamEngineGP1st2nd3rdPodPoleLapsFLAvg PtsPoints
2023 Italy Ferrari Ferrari2000008903.006
2022 Italy Ferrari Ferrari223531191190314.00308
2021 Italy Ferrari Ferrari2101011114507.57159
2020 Italy Ferrari Ferrari170112082205.7698
2019 Italy Ferrari Ferrari212261071216412.57264
2018 Switzerland Sauber Ferrari2100000105901.8639



Charles Leclerc F1 GP Race Classifications

1th5 Times
2th9 Times
3th10 Times
4th15 Times
5th9 Times
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8th4 Times
9th2 Times
10th5 Times
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DNF16 Times
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Charles Leclerc F1 GP Race Results

10520232023 Saudi Arabian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari1276
10420232023 Bahrain F1 GP16FerrariFerrari3DNFPower Unit0
10320222022 Abu Dhabi F1 GP16FerrariFerrari3218
10220222022 Brazilian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari5415
10120222022 Mexico F1 GP16FerrariFerrari768
10020222022 USA F1 GP16FerrariFerrari12315
9920222022 Japanese F1 GP16FerrariFerrari2315
9820222022 Singapore F1 GP16FerrariFerrari1218
9720222022 Italian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari1218
9620222022 Dutch F1 GP16FerrariFerrari2315
9520222022 Belgian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari1568
9420222022 Hungarian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari368
9320222022 French F1 GP16FerrariFerrari1DNFSpun off0
9220222022 Austrian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari2132
9120222022 British F1 GP16FerrariFerrari3412
9020222022 Canadian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari19510
8920222022 Azerbaijan F1 GP16FerrariFerrari1DNFEngine0
8820222022 Monaco F1 GP16FerrariFerrari1412
8720222022 Spanish F1 GP16FerrariFerrari1DNFTurbo0
8620222022 Miami F1 GP16FerrariFerrari1218
8520222022 Emilia Romagna F1 GP16FerrariFerrari2615
8420222022 Australian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari1126
8320222022 Saudi Arabian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari2219
8220222022 Bahrain F1 GP16FerrariFerrari1126
8120212021 Abu Dhabi F1 GP16FerrariFerrari7101
8020212021 Saudi Arabian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari476
7920212021 Qatar F1 GP16FerrariFerrari1384
7820212021 Brazilian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari6510
7720212021 Mexico F1 GP16FerrariFerrari8510
7620212021 USA F1 GP16FerrariFerrari4412
7520212021 Turkish F1 GP16FerrariFerrari3412
7420212021 Russian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari19150
7320212021 Italian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari5412
7220212021 Dutch F1 GP16FerrariFerrari5510
7120212021 Belgian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari882
7020212021 Hungarian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari7DNFCollision0
6920212021 British F1 GP16FerrariFerrari4218
6820212021 Austrian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari1284
6720212021 Styrian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari776
6620212021 French F1 GP16FerrariFerrari7160
6520212021 Azerbaijan F1 GP16FerrariFerrari1412
6420212021 Monaco F1 GP16FerrariFerrari1DNSDriveshaft0
6320212021 Spanish F1 GP16FerrariFerrari4412
6220212021 Portuguese F1 GP16FerrariFerrari868
6120212021 E. Romagna F1 GP16FerrariFerrari4412
6020212021 Bahrain F1 GP16FerrariFerrari468
5920202020 Abu Dhabi F1 GP16FerrariFerrari12130
5820202020 Sakhir F1 GP16FerrariFerrari4DNFCollision damage0
5720202020 Bahrain F1 GP16FerrariFerrari12101
5620202020 Turkish F1 GP16FerrariFerrari12412
5520202020 E. Romagna F1 GP16FerrariFerrari7510
5420202020 Portuguese F1 GP16FerrariFerrari4412
5320202020 Eifel F1 GP16FerrariFerrari776
5220202020 Russian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari1068
5120202020 Tuscan F1 GP16FerrariFerrari584
5020202020 Italian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari13DNFCrashed0
4920202020 Belgian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari13140
4820202020 Spanish F1 GP16FerrariFerrari9DNFelectrical0
47202070th Anniversary F1 GP16FerrariFerrari8412
4620202020 British F1 GP16FerrariFerrari4315
4520202020 Hungarian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari6110
4420202020 Styrian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari14DNFCollision damage0
4320202020 Austrian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari7218
4220192019 Abu Dhabi F1 GP16FerrariFerrari3315
4120192019 Brazilian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari1418Collision damage0
4020192019 USA F1 GP16FerrariFerrari4413
3920192019 Mexican F1 GP16FerrariFerrari1413
3820192019 Japanese F1 GP16FerrariFerrari268
3720192019 Russian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari1315
3620192019 Singapore F1 GP16FerrariFerrari1218
3520192019 Italian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari1125
3420192019 Belgian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari1125
3320192019 Hungarian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari4412
3220192019 German F1 GP16FerrariFerrari10DNFSpun off0
3120192019 British F1 GP16FerrariFerrari3315
3020192019 Austrian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari1218
2920192019 French F1 GP16FerrariFerrari3315
2820192019 Canadian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari3315
2720192019 Monaco F1 GP16FerrariFerrari15DNFPuncture damage0
2620192019 Spanish F1 GP16FerrariFerrari5510
2520192019 Azerbaijan F1 GP16FerrariFerrari8511
2420192019 Chinese F1 GP16FerrariFerrari4510
2320192019 Bahrain F1 GP16FerrariFerrari1316
2220192019 Australian F1 GP16FerrariFerrari5510
2120182018 Abu Dhabi F1 GP16SauberFerrari876
2020182018 Brazilian F1 GP16SauberFerrari776
1920182018 Mexican F1 GP16SauberFerrari976
1820182018 USA F1 GP16SauberFerrari9DNFCollision damage0
1720182018 Japanese F1 GP16SauberFerrari10DNFMechanical0
1620182018 Russian F1 GP16SauberFerrari776
1520182018 Singapore F1 GP16SauberFerrari1392
1420182018 Italian F1 GP16SauberFerrari15110
1320182018 Belgian F1 GP16SauberFerrari12DNFCollision damage0
1220182018 Hungarian F1 GP16SauberFerrari16DNFTechnical0
1120182018 German F1 GP16SauberFerrari9150
1020182018 British F1 GP16SauberFerrari9DNFPitstop0
920182018 Austrian F1 GP16SauberFerrari1792
820182018 French F1 GP16SauberFerrari8101
720182018 Canadian F1 GP16SauberFerrari13101
620182018 Monaco F1 GP16SauberFerrari1418Collision0
520182018 Spanish F1 GP16SauberFerrari14101
420182018 Azerbijan F1 GP16SauberFerrari1368
320182018 Chinese F1 GP16SauberFerrari19190
220182018 Bahrain F1 GP16SauberFerrari19120
120182018 Australian F1 GP16SauberFerrari18130



Charles Leclerc Teammate Comparison

YearTeamTeam MateBest PosPointsWinsPolesPosQuali
2018SauberMarcus Ericsson693990000129174
2019FerrariSebastian Vettel112642402172912129
2020FerrariSebastian Vettel2398330000125134
2021FerrariCarlos Sainz22159164.50020148148
2022FerrariCarlos Sainz113082463193139166
2023FerrariCarlos Sainz7462000000211



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