Charles Leclerc crashes into the rails in Monaco with Niki Lauda’s legendary Ferrari

And Leclerc lost rear control of the car before hitting the barriers. “When you think you’ve already had all the bad luck possible in Monaco and you lose the brakes at La Rascasse with one of F1’s most iconic Ferraris…”tweeted the Monegasque.

In 2018 and 2019, he retired during the race and in 2021, despite pole position, Charles Leclerc did not start due to a transmission problem. Let’s hope that the 2022 vintage is more successful for the Ferrari driver.

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