The Criticism That Bothers Charles Leclerc The Most

16. feb.. 2021
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Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc will be entering his fourth year in Formula 1 and his third as a Ferrari driver. He has had an eventful career so far which has also had its fair share of criticisms. Leclerc has now spoken to Sky Italia and pointed out the criticism that affects him the most
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The Criticism That Bothers Charles Leclerc The Most
Leclerc began by thanking his team
“A huge thanks to all of my team that have been working day and night to improve the car and find the tinniest gains. I can see we are heading the right way, it’s a long way but we’ll get there. Thank you for your dedication and passion”
He then spoke about the criticism that is the hardest for him to accept
“One [piece of criticism] that touches me more than others is arrogance, because I know very well that I haven’t changed”
He then revealed how being a Ferrari driver has affected him
“The further I go in my career, the more I see that people want to be my friend, certainly not because they like me as a person but because I am a Ferrari driver”
Leclerc then revealed the change this has caused while reiterating the advice he got from his late father and late godfather Jules Bianchi

“So, I close myself a little, but that’s not arrogance, I haven’t changed from that point of view. Both my father and Jules [Bianchi] always told me to keep my feet on the ground”
He signed off by explaining why he isn’t arrogant
“Everything in my career has gone pretty fast and in the right direction, but I’ve always kept that advice in mind. That’s why the word [arrogance] bothers me more than the others”

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F1 race steward Garry Connelly has revealed that Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton “was very polite and just asked, 'Guys, can you tell me why I'm being penalised?” at the Italian GP last year
He added that the stewards’ reply was “'yes, of course. You went into the pit lane when it was already closed'”
They then “showed him the video footage from his on-board camera” and “the warning light on the first screen and then the second screen and then he said, 'OK, I accept that'”
Former F1 driver turned commentator Martin Brundle is of the opinion that Hamilton “is 36 years old, but with the freshness of someone ten years younger”
He also feels that F1 “will see him on the track for the next three years, but” Brundle “can also imagine” Hamilton “stopping when he sees that his performance is declining”
Former F1 driver Robert Doornbos has pointed out that when William’s George Russell stood in for Hamilton at Mercedes “the car was not optimal for his taller body”
As such, he feels that Mercedes re-signing Hamilton was never in doubt “because Mercedes was obviously already well on its way to building this year's car”
He also suggested that Red Bull’s Max Verstappen “will not go to Ferrari, but Mercedes would of course be an attractive option” for 2022
9-time world champion and MotoGP rider Valentino Rossi likes “Ferrari and” “Charles Leclerc very much” who he thinks “is one of the strongest drivers on the grid”
He also feels that “Ferrari need people who want to win races and in Maranello, they need to build a good car. Like Red Bull Racing, Ferrari needs to make things difficult for Mercedes in 2021”
F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has stated that their “WeRaceAsOne platform was very effective at raising the awareness of socially important issues”
He added that while their “commitment through words to tackling issues like sustainability and diversity in” F1 “is important, it is” their “actions that” they “will be judged on”
He further feels that they “have already made good progress on” their “sustainability plans and” F1 “will see strong actions being executed this year”
McLaren CEO Zak Brown would “like to get to a place where” they “are rotating some races” as “the more countries” they “race in, the better”
He further explained that in an “ideal world, you would do 20 Grands Prix per year. Maybe there are 25 markets, and maybe 15 of those are fixed events because there is a commercial reality of this sport”
The “10 other races - five of them are one year, and then five the next year” and this way they “might create more sustainable venues”

Does Charles Leclerc come across as arrogant?

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  • *Link to poll:* noworld.infoUgz72yFSV1qpRbnVp8N4AaABCQ 0:00 - The Criticism That Bothers Charles Leclerc The Most 1:25 - Fast Feed

    Formula WorldFormula World9 dager siden
    • Can you please colour the quotes a different colour when subtitling the things you say? It would be much easier to read, and sometimes it gets messy, like 3:05. Or maybe some other font, you'd know it better.

      saviourR 1337saviourR 13377 dager siden
    • Arrogant? No.

      Rudd Grand Prix - Speedrun RacingRudd Grand Prix - Speedrun Racing8 dager siden
    • @AnriandorFixed.

      Formula WorldFormula World9 dager siden
    • Could you please pin it?

      AnriandorAnriandor9 dager siden
  • Charles is not arrogance at all… ok maybe a bit when he refused to box when his engineer told him so in one of the races but I think he learned and grew up from that. The word “arrogance” seems to suited much better with Lewis Hamilton imo…

    Ton AMGTon AMG6 timer siden
  • I don't think he meant arrogance on the trackside specifically

    FarazFaraz3 dager siden
  • I wish u and sainz luck with the bunch of incompetence at Ferrari. From team principal to pit crew they don't have a clue. Can't wait to see what car you get this year. I won't be surprised if it's worst than 2020

    ashavin 301ashavin 3014 dager siden
  • I thought it would have been , you only won or did good when ferrari were cheating ? Brushed under the carpet

    David WarnesDavid Warnes5 dager siden
  • Not one bit. I find his humble attitude and modest veiw of him self is so amazing. It's one of many reasons he is my favorite driver on the grid. Watching him deal with the media 2019 in Bahrain. Was an absolute masterclass on how to behave and react when stuff does not go your way. The only other one I've seen like that is George Russell last year in the sakir gp. I have so much respect for both lecler and Russell for their talent and there carecter.

    Tate HallTate Hall5 dager siden
  • Plenty of thoughts on Leclerc like he's too hard on himself and he is still youthfully impatient ... but never arrogance. I guess you would have to be close to him in real life to even get that sense from him.

    Mohamed AbdinurMohamed Abdinur6 dager siden
  • Brundle completely nailed the comment especially with the hair part

    Chong Wil TherChong Wil Ther6 dager siden
  • Charles is arguably the most impressive of the brilliant generation of young drivers, and the fact that he is very self-critical -- unlike the very arrogant and abrasive Verstappen -- is one of his biggest strengths. I'm a Hamilton/McLaren fan, but nonetheless I hope Charles gets a car worthy of his talent in 2022 so he can fight for the title!

    Elliot CrossanElliot Crossan6 dager siden
  • As a verstappen fan. Charles is certainly more reserved, but also very hard on himself when he makes mistakes. But arrogant? No, I don't see that..

    Wally TaxWally Tax6 dager siden
  • Oh, Charles :( I'd be your friend. What I saw you seem like a very fun person, yes I heard about you through F1, but that's not why I'd be your friend, yes it helps, but either way I'd have lots I could learn from you

    Officially BreezyOfficially Breezy6 dager siden
  • he(leclerc) is an arrogant little F**k, that does not even realize his own arrogance. Delusional, seems to be the norm nowadays.

    Frank GFrank G6 dager siden
  • I was really surprised when I heard 'arrogant'. Really self critical for sure, but i dont think ive ever heard him blame the team when they fuck up or even really call out another driver. Like hes never really come off as a driver who thinks he was entitled to his drive or anything he just always goes and try to justify his seat even tho we all know hes right for it

    Oblio1942Oblio19426 dager siden
  • He was disrespecful to the 4 times world champion Sebastian Vettel, that was a bit arrogant

    Ian T.Ian T.6 dager siden
  • So... If LECLERC is arrogant, then what is Max VERSTAPPEN .......???

    Narcésio TeixeiraNarcésio Teixeira7 dager siden
  • He’s extraordinarily arrogant, but in all fairness with good reason. Most important is that he’s aware of it, and clearly he is. How does one stay grounded at that age being the primary Ferrari driver after utterly humiliating and deposing a 4-time works champion all the while growing up in Monaco? You don’t, so for the sake of awareness and education and personal progress, one pays attention to one’s self. Self love means knowing and awareness is the first step. He shouldn’t have to address it publicly since it only confirms the perception but privately, any person would be wise to keep it in mind while simultaneously keeping their mouth shut. Cool is as cool does; just ask Kimi :-)

    wraithefulwraitheful7 dager siden
  • Ola ya

    annemarie ferreiraannemarie ferreira7 dager siden
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    Serenella GazzolaSerenella Gazzola7 dager siden
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    Serenella GazzolaSerenella Gazzola7 dager siden
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    Serenella GazzolaSerenella Gazzola7 dager siden
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    Serenella GazzolaSerenella Gazzola7 dager siden
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    Serenella GazzolaSerenella Gazzola7 dager siden
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    Serenella GazzolaSerenella Gazzola7 dager siden
  • Escluso da tutto

    Serenella GazzolaSerenella Gazzola7 dager siden
  • Google Mi dispiace per te Charles Leclerc ma sei Gay

    Serenella GazzolaSerenella Gazzola7 dager siden
  • E' un cocainomane

    Serenella GazzolaSerenella Gazzola7 dager siden
  • only max's fans will say Charles is arrogant as the most arrogant driver on grid is verstappen

    bean redbean red7 dager siden
  • Seb has gone in time, now Leclrec and Sainz are doomed to be stuck in the master plan forever if the engine freeze happens.

    srinitaaigaurasrinitaaigaura7 dager siden
  • WeRaceAsOne is a joke aslong as Mazepin has a seat

    The ChezThe Chez7 dager siden
  • I think the way and tone that lecrec speaks is the reason why people believe he is arrogant. even though he doesn't mean to come across like that

    Epic_Joker_Spec gamingEpic_Joker_Spec gaming7 dager siden
  • An arrogant person won't get in a banana suit live on stream for thousands of people to watch.

    Isaac AlsIsaac Als7 dager siden
  • If Verstappen were Hamilton’s teammate he would destroy him with far better race pace, making him feel bad for all those year that he thought he was the man in F1 nobody could compete and send him back to oblivion.

    MusicMaïstroMusicMaïstro7 dager siden
  • Owshiihhh... i literally commented a couple of days ago that Leclerc is very arrogant and oh boy i am right that he hates it because it’s so true.

    MusicMaïstroMusicMaïstro7 dager siden
  • *S H A R L L E G R E G*

    Peter JoshuaPeter Joshua7 dager siden
  • Lance: First Time?

    WillifyWillify7 dager siden
  • His biggest problem is irrelevance and incapability. People don't talk about it but he has a record of crashes in all his races in Monaco, Japan and Baku in Alfa & Ferrari. His continuos crashes prove that he is pretty limited behind the wheel. Monza, Germany, Russia, Brazil, Bahrain etc, etc. My guess is who is he going to crash in 2021 in addition to Carlos Sainz ? Having Nicolas Todt as agent helped him a lot but also tainted all his credibility off. Speaking about all those "agreements" on the radio prove that his agent's influence allowed him to the team make Vettel to let him win. The same is going to happen with Sainz but so far Leclerc has only 2 wins in 3 seasons, 2 of them with Ferrari. Call him mediocre is being too nice.

    Rotor Air GroupRotor Air Group7 dager siden
  • Charles has a haughty air about him. It is dispelled, however, when he speaks. I guess he cant help what he looks like but can take solace in the fact that people who call him arrogant do not know him.

    Stephen VendryesStephen Vendryes7 dager siden
  • I actually find Leclerc to be quite humble. Think of all the times he's binned it and then we hear him on the radio blaming himself/mad at himself.

    Aaron StilwellAaron Stilwell7 dager siden
  • Arrogant?? He never was arrogant? Imo

    A MA M7 dager siden
  • ok then robert. thanks for your insight - shame a "mix" up of tyres buggered him right.. Or that "puncture" soo like mercedes right there - not

    Darren StevensonDarren Stevenson7 dager siden
  • "we race as one" - first race bahrain where women's rights is at a minimum and social injustice a maximum.

    Aaron CookAaron Cook7 dager siden
    • That is because it somehow only counts for white countries. These actions only annoy people and make them hate diversity and all their political bullshit more. There is almost no entertainment left were they don't shove their politics in your face.

      Kening RedbadKening Redbad4 dager siden
  • I'm no Fezza fan but no Charles does not come over as arrogant.

    Darth WheaziusDarth Wheazius8 dager siden
  • What "actions" has F1 done with their ridiculous self-parody that is "We Race As One"?

    Bill CranstonBill Cranston8 dager siden
  • i stg i feel this is all fake asf

    Kimi HuovilainenKimi Huovilainen8 dager siden
  • Who gives a s**t what Rossi thinks he doesn’t race in f1, why don’t you post what a tennis play or indicar driver thinks

    Luke GLuke G8 dager siden
  • I think Charles has a great attitude. I think he is just a perfectionist, and so is very hard on himself. He definitely has the makings of a future legend. In a few years, when it will be him and Max battling for the title, I think they are both the right kind of driver with the right mind set to create a great fight.

    shezpgshezpg8 dager siden
  • First when he joined Ferrari i thought he would be a bit egocentric and arrogant but when i saw more interviews from him i got to know him a bit more he was really humble

    Nickbrandon X2Nickbrandon X28 dager siden
  • The Criticism That Bothers Charles Leclerc The Most That Ferrari will have a shit car again.

    Izumi CultureIzumi Culture8 dager siden
  • Charles is one of the furthest things you can find from arrogant.

    Cedric AsdfghjklCedric Asdfghjkl8 dager siden
  • Totally agree with Zac Brown here

    Ginger DinosaurGinger Dinosaur8 dager siden
  • I don’t know if this relates to an interview released to Sky Sport Italy (I strongly believe it does though) but it wasn’t that big of a deal to him. It was a long interview and he said that just to answer that question.

    Verza Jr.Verza Jr.8 dager siden
  • I think because he was beating Seb so easily in 2020 it may have damaged the way people perceived him. Trouble is Seb is so well liked and everyone wants to see him fly again !!! However ..Charles was trashing him every race which allowed people to misjudge him maybe ? Its just my option on how I felt .. I didn't give him a chance because I liked Seb so much. I need to give him a break because he seems like a good bloke . The great driver too.

    Nicholas WilliamsonNicholas Williamson8 dager siden
  • Too bad that it bothers you the most, perhaps stop being arrogant, that'll fix it

    MxM_PrimeMxM_Prime8 dager siden
  • I've always liked the idea of having set tracks and a group of rotating ones. Let's see what we have: - Bahrain - Imola - Barcelona - Monaco - Baku - Gilles Villneuve - Paul Ricard - Red Bull Ring - Silverstone - Hungaroring - Spa - Zandvoort - Monza - Sochi - Marina Bay - Suzuka - COTA - Mexico City - Interlagos - Australia - Jeddah - Yazzzzzzzz Marina Now what else to put on the big list? - Buddh - Hockenheim - Vietnam - China - Turkey - Mugello - Nurburgring - Fuji - Malaysia - I've heard Kyalami, but it's only Grade 2 and would need to be upgraded. Still it'd be nice. - Possibly Korea - Maybe Jerez I'm not the most knowledgable (I'm still learning, so I might have missed something or added something that shouldn't be here) but we'll take that first list and add down to Malaysia Let's try for 20 races here... - Keep Monza, Monaco, Interlagos, Silverstone, Spa, Australia. COTA/Montreal/Mexico CIty is also a nice set for North America. (9 races) - Let Yaz Marina stay, but remove the chicane at turns 5 & 6. Then we might have something (10) - You can alternate Mugello and Imola for a few years (11) - Rotate Sochi, Singapore, Malaysia, Buddh, Vietnam, and China. Maybe give them 3 slots and go A-B, then re-shuffle every 2 years. (14) - Change up Paul Ricard every year or 2. It's got like 136 different layouts, I'm sure there should be a few bangers. (15) - Alternate Nurburgring/Hockenheim. (16) - Fine, we'll let Jeddah stay for now because it's unknown yet. (17) - That's 3 races left and Bahrain, Barcalona, Baku, Zandvoort, Hockenheim. Hmmmm... - I wouldn't be opposed to Bahrain outer as an option, so keep Bahrain and alternate normal and outer? (18) - Last 2, you rotate with Baku, Barca, Hockenheim, and Zandvoort. (20) There's probably better setups, but this is me throwing this all together after being up all night and probably being overtired.

    JimTheFlyJimTheFly8 dager siden
  • Charles has never struck me as ‘arrogant’. Max V perhaps

    Nick WebbNick Webb8 dager siden
  • Leclerc is such a nice guy and a Champion behind the wheel

    #misterdumb#misterdumb8 dager siden
  • I See leclerc as very humble, he admits to his mistakes and sometimes that he is stupid(have to dissagree with that one though, maybe done stupid things yes). Can one be arrogant and humble at the same time? Also he hasn't cried over the sudden deficit to others at all, despite getting used to being in the front.

    Jerry CrowJerry Crow8 dager siden
  • If Lerclec was considered arrogrant, then Lewis is more so: Lewis: "My tires are nearly gone" Bono: "You won the race by 20 secs, Fastest lap - get in there Lewis" Lewis: "That was a close one boys"

    SuSmallvilleSuSmallville8 dager siden
  • Rossi: “I like Leclerc” Lando: *cries inside*

    Wojtek LachWojtek Lach8 dager siden
  • How the hell can you criticise him? What has he done soooo wrong ? He is so humble and had been through so much his god father died in F1 his father died the week he raced at Baku in F2 ... he won. A friend died in the support race of Belgium ... he won.

    Jon McDonaldJon McDonald8 dager siden
  • I've never seen Charles as being arrogant

    JOHNNY APPLEBYJOHNNY APPLEBY8 dager siden
    • In my opinion he is one of the most down to earth drivers on the paddock

      JOHNNY APPLEBYJOHNNY APPLEBY8 dager siden
  • Delete twitter, Charles

    Daniel JosephDaniel Joseph8 dager siden
  • I have actually never viewed le clerc as arrogant

    Donavin SteinDonavin Stein8 dager siden
  • Charles is a well rounded young man with a huge resposibility, being stoic and happy within himself is ideal.

    Bruce ShailerBruce Shailer8 dager siden
  • The only arrogant thing about Charles is actually just his face because he reminds me of the handsome,arrogant ,famouse type of guys in high school or college

    ZaphkielZaphkiel8 dager siden
  • “WeRaceAsOne was successful raising awareness” *THIS IS JEDAH*

    Bendegúz BagosiBendegúz Bagosi8 dager siden
    • Yeah. It was really a missed opportunity by F1 to say that they are racing in these countries with problems because they think that F1 can sort of make the problem better.Whether they meant it or not,people would buy that and the campaign’s reputation would be better.Instead they decided to delete the comments of people pointing that out even if they were respectful.

      Sarang TambeSarang Tambe8 dager siden
  • I hate when ppl says "go to merc" without knowing IF merc wouldnt be the frontrunners

    Its OURSIts OURS8 dager siden
  • Charles arrogance will go away when he will start losing race on 2021

    Narendran BalasinghNarendran Balasingh8 dager siden
  • arrogance must always be preferred to ignorance. you want the best or the rest? ::: :

    read onlyread only8 dager siden
  • Lando couldn't catch a break. Lost his big brother to Ferrari, now his favorite MotoGP legend Rossi likes Leclerc, a Ferrari driver. :(

    NobleStarNobleStar8 dager siden
  • Arrogant, no. Cocky yes. I see alot of senna in him. He will definitely be interesting to watch in the coming years.

    SoldatSoldat8 dager siden
  • Ooofff Valentino Rossi like fwerari fwiend *sad Lando*

    V0LTRON_V0LTRON_8 dager siden
  • whoever told leclerc was arrogant hasn't met the rest of the grid lmao

    LockeeLockee8 dager siden
  • I don't understand how people can find Charles Leclerc arrogant? He seems like such a grounded and kind person! And yes, he is hard on himself, but that does not make him arrogant, that makes him willing to learn fom his mistakes.

    Elly ElzingaElly Elzinga8 dager siden
  • Charles is really something else. Losing loved ones early has really instated within him a humility that no form of media can take away.

    Gseric47Gseric478 dager siden
  • Arrogant is certainly not a word to describe Charles ... I really admire him as a driver and although we don't know so much the way he behaves out off the track, Leclerc seems to be polite, humble and friendly, just look at the way he treats the journalists, always with a lot of education. I don't think he should be concerned with those comments, because it's not true, and he has a big #tifosi to support him!

    paulo colicipaulo colici8 dager siden
  • Arrogante com certeza não é uma palavra para descrever o Charles...admiro muito ele como piloto e apesar de não sabermos muito como ele se comporta fora da pista, o Leclerc parece ser educado, humilde e simpático, é só ver o modo como ele trata os jornalistas, sempre com muita educação. Acho que ele não deve se preocupar com esses comentários, porque não é verdade, e ele tem uma grande #tifosi para apoiá-lo !

    paulo colicipaulo colici8 dager siden
  • Charles has never seemed to come across as arrogant, he has always also been readily able to blame himself for his actions and the resulting consequences. He seems to have a level head on his shoulders.

    Steph AutumnSteph Autumn8 dager siden
  • tbh, I feel Charles would be a pretty dope dude to just have a talk with... I'm a Red Bull fan so I certainly would not want to befriend him just cause he drives for Ferrari... Anyway, I won't get to meet him ever so this is just wishful thinking

    Emmanuel GonzalezEmmanuel Gonzalez8 dager siden
  • He is usually at fault when he is involved in any controversy. He is very entitled

    Jari SwansonJari Swanson8 dager siden
  • Thats not arogants??? Thats pure italian passion and charles's drive for excellence. Dont get it twisted people and dont get stuck in your head charles we love you bro

    Ben BlakemoreBen Blakemore8 dager siden
  • Rosso - you are right. Ferrari needs to build a good car at last! Pleeease! Charles - compared to the other f1 drivers, he is one of the least arrogant. If you add his tales to it, one of the least. My hope is that 1) he will still learn and get better 2) will get a competitive car.

    Melinda MMelinda M8 dager siden
  • Leclerc is an insufferable arrogant.

    Anatole KlapouchAnatole Klapouch8 dager siden
  • No. Or maybe that's exactly what an arrogant person wants you to think

    Kichwa TemboKichwa Tembo8 dager siden
  • Honestly I appreciate how critical of himself Charles is, isn’t afraid to throw his hands up and say “my fault sorry I let you guys down” and doesn’t really give off the “I told you so” type when it’s the team who drops the ball. Rossi assessment of both Charles and Ferrari I can tell comes from a view of clear genuine appreciation as Ferrari offered him a chance to race F1 and can tell he wants Charles to succeed.

    Aaron MachadoAaron Machado8 dager siden
  • Nah I think maybe he’s a bit shy at times? Arrogant is a far stretch. He’s a cool dude who will be a world champ one day for sure

    mikey380sxmikey380sx8 dager siden
  • Of all the things you could say about Leclerc, arrogant just doesn't seem to stick.

    FreeLookModeFreeLookMode8 dager siden
  • How to overcome your arrogant = change your arrogant girlfriend = half influence of arrogance.

    Nexus4 EverNexus4 Ever8 dager siden
  • Yes

    RocK 111RocK 1118 dager siden
  • nope

    Mark HodgeMark Hodge8 dager siden
  • Future WDC right here!

    tambuleetambulee8 dager siden
  • It is really really hard not to look arrogant when you have it all: Looks, talent, fame, youth & money.

    dex räikkönendex räikkönen8 dager siden
  • Just the way he says his name is arrogant. But ya I’m sure he’s cool in ever other way 😂

    alexzanderarmstrongalexzanderarmstrong8 dager siden
  • I could get behind zacks idea.

    JustPlaneNutsJustPlaneNuts8 dager siden
  • Leclerc really won me over this year. I was a hater the past few years and really regret it, I never thought he was arrogant but hated how he screwed his team numerous times with reckless actions that he always blamed the other driver for. But going back and looking at them it was just aggressive driving by him and the other car in almost all cases. I can’t praise Verstappen and deride Leclerc at the same time, and if anyone wants to call Leclerc arrogant should just watch his interviews from last season, he is extremely competitive (like every F1 driver) but also very humble in a blunt way. He almost always blamed himself for his performance last year and not the downgrade of a car that he was given

    v10011011v100110118 dager siden
  • They're all under the microscope. Imagine you at 22 being an F1 driver for Ferrari. Yes it's an amazing career, but it also comes with a ton of baggage

    MrFormulaOne2011MrFormulaOne20118 dager siden
  • The last thing I would link to Leclerc is arrogance.

    Damien KearnsDamien Kearns8 dager siden
  • Charles isn't arrogant. He's confident and assertive.

    AlexOKAlexOK8 dager siden
  • +Sportsmanship

    AntanAntan8 dager siden
  • I don't understand the question, he's an F1 driver of course he is arrogant, they all are, but I don't see this as a bad thing.

    David DavidsonDavid Davidson8 dager siden
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