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Charles Leclerc Falling Short by Just 0.108 Seconds For Pole in Intense Battle at the Front of the Grid Despite Red Flag Incident During Practice

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Charles Leclerc caused a stir during the Miami Grand Prix when he spun his Ferrari at the exit of Turn 16 during the first practice session. The incident brought out the red flags, temporarily halting the session.

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Leclerc’s unexpected spin added drama to the preparations for the race, leaving fans and teams on edge. Despite the hiccup, the Monegasque driver and his team will regroup and aim for a smoother ride as proved during the Sprint race with giving a tight competition to Max Verstappen.

Verstappen’s closest challenger was none other than Charles Leclerc of Ferrari. The Monegasque driver pushed hard but fell short by just 0.108 seconds. Leclerc’s impressive performance highlighted the intense competition at the front of the grid.

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Charles Leclerc and the Exciting Prospect of Adrian Newey Joining Ferrari

Charles Leclerc

Charles Leclerc, the talented Monegasque driver, has been making waves in Formula 1 since his debut with Scuderia Ferrari. His impressive performances have caught the attention of fans and fellow drivers alike. But what if someone tell you that there’s a chance Ferrari could add another legendary figure to their team? Enter Adrian Newey, the renowned F1 designer who has left an indelible mark on the sport.

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“I would obviously be very happy,” Leclerc remarked. “Adrian is one of those figures in the paddock that you aspire to collaborate with during your career…Adding Adrian to a team like this would be amazing.”

Adrian Newey is no stranger to success. During his remarkable 19-year tenure with Red Bull Racing, he contributed to every single one of the team’s 117 wins and six Constructors’ titles. His engineering prowess and innovative designs have set new standards in Formula 1. Now, as Newey prepares to leave Red Bull in early 2025, the question on everyone’s mind is: Where will he go next?

READ MORE: Lewis Hamilton Expresses Strong Desire for Adrian Newey to Join Ferrari

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I'm Moin Akhunji, a passionate sports writer renowned for my unique storytelling approach. My expertise spans across various sports, notably NASCAR, F1, and IndyCar. I hold a profound admiration for athletes like Chase Elliott and Dale Earnhardt Jr. When I'm not crafting articles, you'll likely find me trekking in the hills, indulging in my favorite hobby.
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