Charles Leclerc has had a difficult start to the 2022 season, with the French Grand Prix specifically being one of the most frustrating moments of the year so far. The young driver admitted to making a mistake that resulted in a crash that cost him the race.
Leclerc later emphasized that he does not understand drivers who make excuses or refuse to own up to their errors. Speaking in an interview with the BBC about making mistakes during a race, he said:
In a media interaction ahead of the next race in Hungary, Charles Leclerc admitted that he had no wish to dwell on his mistakes from the 2022 F1 French GP. The Ferrari driver said:
Unfortunately, as a result of a questionable call taken by Ferrari for Leclerc during the 2022 F1 Hungarian GP, he only managed to secure a sixth-place finish at the Hungaroring last weekend.
Charles Leclerc was left frustrated once again at the 2022 F1 Hungarian GP last weekend, where Ferrari’s tire strategy cost the Monegasque a potential race win.
In a post-race media interaction, the 24-year-old admitted that the team needs to take the summer break to analyze their mistakes to improve for the second half of the season. He said:
With Max Verstappen taking his eighth race win in Hungary, where Charles Leclerc finished sixth, the Dutchman now enjoys an 80-point advantage over the Ferrari driver in the drivers’ standings.
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