At the age of just 21 years, Charles Leclerc has raced with one of the best teams in the history of Formula 1 ( F1 ) racing , Ferrari .
The achievements of Leclerc in his first season with Ferrari did not disappoint at all.
Armed with 132 points gained from 12 series this season, Charles Leclerc is comfortable in position 5 of the standings.
The Monaco- born racer successfully won two pole positions and climbed the podium five times before the F1 competition this season entered the mid-season gap.
Leclerc counted quickly adapted to the Ferrari engine after one season yesterday he became the F1 driver of the Sauber team.
Quoted Bolasport.com from Crash.net, Leclerc claimed not to feel much pressure during racing with Ferrari.
“I don’t really feel the pressure,” said the driver who had won the 2017 Formula 2 season with Prema Racing.
“Obviously, becoming a Ferrari driver is a dream come true. However, this also requires a lot of hard work,” continued Leclerc.
“You have to work as hard as possible when you get into the team in general is very good,” he said again.
Leclerc also revealed that his biggest challenge during racing with Ferrari was how he had to work with many people.
“There are so many people here. I have to understand how to work with so many people, while I’m used to working with smaller teams,” he said.
“That is the biggest challenge for me,” Leclerc said.
Furthermore, the racer who uses number 16 explains the process he experienced to adjust to Ferrari.
“I learned how to work together with them, and they learned how to work with me,” Leclerc said again.
“This continues to improve in every race,” he said ending the statement.
Until the half-season break, Leclerc was still 25 points behind his compatriot, Sebastian Vettel, who was entrenched in position 4 of the standings.
Meanwhile, the Prancing Horse Team did not win at all this season, given the dominance of two Mercedes drivers who were very obvious.
After the break, F1 race will continue with the 13th series which will be held at Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium, from 30 August to 1 September 2019.