Charles Leclerc

F1 Stars Charles Leclerc, Carlos Sainz Land Voiceover Cameos In Disney's 'Lightyear'

Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz are taking their talents to infinity and beyond -- the Formula 1 stars have voiceover gigs in Disney's new "Lightyear" movie!!. The Scuderia Ferrari drivers teamed up with the Mouse for cameos in the Buzz Lightyear origin story ... with Charles slated to be featured in the Italian version of the flick, and Carlos joining the Spanish version.
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F1 LIVE: Toto Wolff plays down Mercedes’ Monaco GP hopes as Charles Leclerc aims to end curse

Team boss Toto Wolff has played down Mercedes’ chances of victory at this weekend’s Monaco Grand Prix, citing their lack of historical success around the iconic street circuit.Lewis Hamilton and George Russell are yet to win a race this season but showed genuine cause for optimism with improved pace last weekend in Barcelona. However, Monaco has typically been a tricky track for the team, with only one win in the past four grands prix in Monte Carlo, and Wolff has warned they may struggle once more. “Monaco in the past wasn’t our most happy place,” said Wolff. “Maybe because...

Charles Leclerc retires from comfortable lead of Spanish Grand Prix

BARCELONA, Spain -- Charles Leclerc lost what looked like a routine Spanish Grand Prix win, and the F1 championship lead in the process, when his Ferrari car lost power mid-way through the race. Leclerc was leading comfortably until lap 27, when his Ferrari slowed dramatically, forcing him to retire from...

Spanish GP: Max Verstappen wins thrilling race after Charles Leclerc engine failure, Lewis Hamilton recovers after first-lap collision

Max Verstappen capitalised on Charles Leclerc's costly engine failure to win a dramatic Spanish Grand Prix and take the championship lead. In a helter-skelter Barcelona race packed with incidents from start to finish, Leclerc had held a comfortable advantage out in front before the pole-sitter suffered a race-ending Ferrari issue on Lap 27.

F1 LIVE: Spanish Grand Prix results as Max Verstappen wins after Charles Leclerc retires

Max Verstappen took the win in Sunday’s Spanish Grand Prix after Charles Leclerc was forced to retire while on course for victory.The world champion, who now moves top of the drivers’ standings, capitalised on a loss of power in the Ferrari when the race was at his mercy.Sergio Perez followed his teammate home in a one-two for Red Bull. George Russell rounded out the podium in third with Carlos Sainz fourth in the sister Ferrari/Russell’s Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton came home an impressive fifth after an early collision with Kevin Magnussen, although he was on for fourth until a late issue with the cooling system in his Mercedes allowed Sainz past.Follow all the action and reaction from the Spanish Grand Prix, below: Read More Charles Leclerc takes pole ahead of Max Verstappen in qualifying at the Spanish Grand PrixF1: What time is Spanish Grand Prix today and how can I watch?Lewis Hamilton ‘a little bit gutted’ to qualify behind George Russell for Spanish Grand PrixF1 grid today: Starting positions for Spanish Grand Prix

Max Verstappen wins Spanish Grand Prix to move top of standings after Charles Leclerc retirement

Max Verstappen leads the F1 world championship after romping to victory at a thrilling Spanish Grand Prix.The Red Bull driver took advantage of Charles Leclerc’s mechanical failure on lap 27 of 66 before performing out of his skin to deliver his third win in as many races.Sergio Perez completed a one-two finish for Red Bull, as George Russell secured third, following another fine performance from the young Briton, with Carlos Sainz fourth.Lewis Hamilton dropped from sixth to last but one after an opening-lap collision with Kevin Magnussen.But the seven-time world champion delivered an impressive comeback to charge his way through...

Charles Leclerc produces immense lap to claim pole at Spanish Grand Prix

Charles Leclerc, demonstrating exemplary control under pressure, delivered with a mighty lap for pole at the Spanish Grand Prix. Behind him, under an equally intense weight of expectation that has been building race by race this season, Mercedes finally made their first steps to joining the championship fight as George Russell and Lewis Hamilton put in their best combined qualifying of the season.