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Charles Leclerc admits he wants to shut himself away with his title challenge hanging by a thread as the grid heads to Hungary.
Starting in pole position in France, the Ferrari star lasted just 17 laps before crashing out while leading at Circuit Paul Ricard.
Leclerc looked downbeat following his retirement in France
It is the fourth time Leclerc has lost points while in the lead, following a mixture of engine failures, strategy mistakes and now individual errors.
The Monegasque driver then had to watch on as title rival Max Verstappen took full advantage in stretching his lead to 63 points.
Leclerc now only has a few days to regroup before the Hungarian Grand Prix, which will be the final race until after the summer break.
A dejected Leclerc said: “I’m going to close myself at home and only go out when I have [to catch] the plane to go to Budapest.
“I just want to stay alone.â€
Meanwhile, Sebastian Vettel has this week announced he is retiring from Formula One at the end of the season.
The 35-year-old will bring the curtain down on a career which yielded four world championships and 53 wins.
The race weekend at the Hungaroring is scheduled for Friday, June 29 to Sunday, July 31.
There will be two practices on Friday that will start from 1pm UK time with the third session an hour earlier at midday on the Saturday.
Qualifying will take place at 3pm while the race itself will get underway at 2pm UK time on the Sunday.
Leclerc’s race ended in disaster, much to the Ferrari driver’s frustration
Coverage will again be on Sky Sports F1 throughout the weekend. Their coverage of Sunday’s race build-up begins at 12:30am.
Sky Sports customers can live stream this via the app using their mobile, tablet or computer devices.
If not, you can purchase a Sky Sports Day Pass from NowTV for £9.99 while Channel Four will broadcast highlights later in the evening.
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George Russell of Mercedes will start on pole in Hungary
Lewis Hamilton: “I am gutted for Charles. He has been doing a great job.
“But it is not easy to have that performance and pace and be able to maintain it. I feel for the whole team because I know what that can feel like.
“It is a massive gap to Max so that is pretty smooth-sailing for him in that space. But a lot can go wrong. I would just advise Ferrari to keep their heads down and continue to push.â€
Ferrari Team Principal Mattia Binotto: “There is always something to improve and learn, and that’s our approach. It’s step by step; we are progressing and becoming better.
“Once again today we have proved to our drivers, we have a fast car and a competitive one.
“I think we are simply looking to Hungary, we need to turn the page and look to Hungary and do a one-two there, so we simply focus on the next result.”
Hamilton still managed to secure a podium finish
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