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Formula 1: Leclerc sends Nikki Lauda's legendary Ferrari to Monaco

2022-05-15T21:13:41.685Z

The Ferrari driver once again had bad luck in a Grand Prix in Monaco. "When you thought you had already had all the bad luck in the world in Monaco and you lost the brakes at La Rascasse with one of the most emblematic historic Ferraris in Formula 1"... These words from Charles Leclerc explain the situation well. incident suffered by the talented Monegasque F1 driver this Sunday. The idol of ferratists was taking part in an exhibition race on the historic circuit o



"When you thought you had already had all the bad luck in the world in Monaco and you lost the brakes

at La Rascasse

with one of the most emblematic historic Ferraris in Formula 1"... These words from Charles Leclerc explain the situation well. incident suffered by the talented Monegasque F1 driver this Sunday.

The idol of ferratists was taking part in an exhibition race on the historic circuit of Monaco at the wheel of Niki Lauda's mythical 1974 Ferrari. So when he arrived at the La Rascasse bend, he ended up spinning in the rail of security.

When you thought you already had all the bad luck of the world in Monaco and you lose the brakes into rascasse with one of the most iconic historical Ferrari Formula 1 car.

🙃🔫

— Charles Leclerc (@Charles_Leclerc) May 15, 2022

Whoops !

In the streets of Monaco, Charles Leclerc damaged Niki Lauda's Ferrari 😱#F1 #GrandPrixMonacoHistorique pic.twitter.com/JRan28lcue

– Motorsport France (@Motorsport_FR) May 15, 2022

“The problem is that I got scared”

It must be said that the pilot is rather unhappy on his favorite playground.

He retired three times in his home Grand Prix, including last year when he took pole position on the track.

He was then comforted by Jacky Ickx after his accident with the Ferrari 312T.

“I lost the brakes!

(…) I was lucky that it happened there.

The problem is that I got scared”, confided the driver to the Belgian champion back in the pits.

The next Monaco Grand Prix will be held in 15 days, and the latter is already threatened by a Nice taxi strike.

Definitely...

Source: leparis

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