WATCH: Charles Leclerc ‘Massages’ His Jeddah Podium Trophy During Post-Race Ferrari F1 Briefing – EssentiallySports

March 30, 2022 by No Comments

The 2022 season of Formula 1 has started in a high-flying fashion for Charles Leclerc. Ferrari came into the season as pre-season favorites after showing impressive pace during testing. They have not looked back ever since the campaign started with a 1-2 in Bahrain, followed by a double podium in Saudi Arabia. Meanwhile, Ferrari’s hopes of a Championship lie on Leclerc as they look to end a 13-year drought.


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Leclerc has shown his potential countless times in the famous red of Ferrari. It looks like he finally has a car capable of winning the Championship. And he is the current leader in the driver’s championship standings. He has also stated his desire to win as many races as possible, but he enjoys a place on the podium and a trophy to his name as he was spotted playing with the award in an interview.

Charles Leclerc adores the trophy


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The Monegasque driver finished P2 in Jeddah and gave a customary interview with his teammate Carlos Sainz. As the Spaniard was giving his thoughts on the race, Leclerc seemed to enjoy a moment with his trophy.

He was giving a massage to the trophy as Sainz was conveying what he can do to improve in the up-and-coming races. It is no doubt that the Monegasque relishes being on the podium.


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The Ferrari fans certainly adored the moment and will hope their team and Charles can deliver their promise after an exciting beginning to the campaign. Meanwhile, his teammate has also endured a solid start to 2022. Sainz will aspire to compete with the likes of Leclerc and Verstappen, with 21 races remaining.

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