Charles Marc Hervé Perceval Leclerc is a Monegasque racer, currently racing Formula 1 for Scuderia Ferrari, under the Monegasque flag. Leclerc won the GP3 Series championship in 2016 and the FIA Formula 2 championship in 2017. Leclerc made his 2018 Formula 1 debut for Sauber, a Ferrari affiliate team, of which he was a part of Ferrari Driving Academy. With Sauber finishing last year, Leclerc led the team in charge to improve final place of the Builders' Championship to eighth, who had a higher ranking among the two riders of Sauber. From 2019 and under contract until the end of the 2024 season, Leclerc is currently driving Ferrari. He became the second young driver to qualify for pole position in Formula 1 at the 2019 Bahrain Grand Prix. The 2019 season also saw Leclerc claim his first career in Belgium, followed by a victory. The first Italian Grand Prix as a Ferrari driver the following week.
|Born||Charles Marc Hervé Perceval Leclerc, October 16, 1997, Monte Carlo, Monaco|
|Related to||Arthur Leclerc (brother), Jules Bianchi (godfather)|
Monégasque racing driver who is recognized for having been crowned the champion of the GP3 Series. In 2016, he became a full fledged member of the Ferrari Driver Academy and in 2018 he began driving for Sauber. In 2019, he became a driver for Scuderia Ferrari.
As a child, he used to kart on a track owned by fellow racer Jules Bianchi's father.
He competed in the 2017 FIA Formula 2 Championship.
He is originally from Monte Carlo, Monaco. His older brother is named Lorenzo and his younger brother is Arthur. He has been dating Charlotte Siné.
Both he and Lance Stroll were members of the Ferrari Driver Academy.
Monegasque Formula 1 drivers. GP3 Series Champion. The Monegasque riders. Formula 1 Sauber racers. Ferrari Formula 1 riders. Formula driving the Renault 2.0 Alps. The riders of the world kart championships. GP3 series driver