Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc contracts COVID-19 for the second time

Scuderia Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc has tested positive for COVID-19, this is the second time winning the young F1 star this year.

Before catching the virus in January of this year, Leclerc faced a similar hurdle again. Thankfully, the F1 season has just ended, so no time is wasted on the track for Ferrari’s star driver.

The team’s tweet confirmed the news, referring to Leclerc’s stable condition after returning from the hectic Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Currently, Leclerc has not yet commented on his condition.

Through the Sports car racing

“Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow Driver” Charles Leclerc tested positive for COVID-19.

“In accordance with the protocols required by the FIA ​​and the team, Charles was screened upon his return from Abu Dhabi.

“He is currently feeling fine, with mild symptoms, and will self-isolate at home.”

However, some see Leclerc’s season as a poor feat. Monegasque finished in 7th place in the driver’s standings, a few points ahead of McLaren’s Lando Norris and Ferrari teammate Carlos Sainz. It’s worth noting, though, that Ferrari has struggled to keep up with Red Bull and construction champions Mercedes.

With the next F1 season set to begin in March 2022, Ferrari fans hope that their young drivers can compete with the racers. Champion candidate Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton.

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Olly Dawes

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