May 23, 2022

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F1 2022: Charles Leclerc revives Ferrari and shakes up the dominance of Mercedes and Red Bull

F1 2022: Charles Leclerc revives Ferrari and shakes up the dominance of Mercedes and Red Bull

FErrari paints Formula 1 red. The Championship 2022 He explained that the Italian team’s cars are back in control of the racing circuits. Especially that Charles Leclerc, Who stole the spotlight to banish the famous rivalry Mercedes and Red Bull.

Not much could have been said last season about LeclercAlthough his results hinted at what he was expecting for this year. It wasn’t easy, but The single seat F1-75 has established itself as the fastest and most stable of the season, giving Leclerc a stranglehold.

The Monaco pilot arrived in 2022 to shake off the dominance he had had for years Mercedes with Lewis Hamilton and what Red Bull achieved with Max Verstappen. The first races were enough to know he was the new leader.

Leclerc takes pole at the Bahrain Grand Prix To be the first for the team since 2021 and then beat Verstappen, in addition to accompanying Carlos Sainz, who finished third.

in the controversial Saudi Arabia Grand Prix Leclerc suffered complications and was overtaken by Sergio Brize in the rankings to start in second place. In one of the most recent races, he managed to come off with flying colors to finish second behind Max. He returned his field in Australia, where he repeated pole and comfortable victory before deserting Max Verstappen.

Charles Leclerc walks straight to the crown

Now he is walking quietly in the drivers’ championship with 71 points, 34 more than their closest George Russell (37 units), sending Verstappen to sixth place with 25 points and Lewis Hamilton 28 points in fifth place.

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Leclerc himself denied that he was considering the championship, But he stressed that if they keep the rhythm of the first three races, they will be able to return to the glory of Formula 1.