Charles Leclerc reveals his dream Formula 1 team

Harshil Pandit Author

Updated - 8 April 2021 6:15 pm

Most sportsperson dream of being the part of what they feel is the best franchise in the game. Speaking on similar topic, F1 driver Charles Leclerc revealed his dream franchise in the racing sport. Following the current scenario, one might argue that Mercedes is probably the dream team for any, simply because of the results Lewis Hamilton has earned for them. However, fans will be shocked to know that Charles Leclerc thinks otherwise. In his latest interview, the Polish racer revealed his favourite team and also spoke about other aspects of the game.

Dream Formula 1 Team for Charles Leclerc

Speaking on his dream team, Charles Leclerc was quick to point out that he has always dreamed to be with Ferrari. This comes as a surprise to many enthusiasts who were expecting a different answer solely because of Ferrari's downfall. However, Leclerc explained his point thoroughly, stating -

“It’s true that the choices you make off the track affect your career a lot. It’s always been a dream of mine, and my challenge is to give my contribution to bringing this team back to win. I am aware of the importance of the choices, but today my only goal is to get back to the top with Ferrari, and I’m sure there is the potential to get where we want to be.”

The statement from the Polish racer comes after he finished 6th in the recently concluded Bahrain Grand Prix. Leclerc also opened up about handling the criticism, stating how he analyses his mistakes and delivers the best possible performance each time. After improvement in Bahrain GP, the Ferrari racer is hoping to improvise even further with upcoming Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. The event will commence from April 18, Sunday.

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