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Leclerc crashes Lauda Ferrari 312B3 at historic Monaco GP after brake problem RaceFans

On the Tour: A brake problem leads to Charles Leclerc crashing Niki Lauda’s 1973 Ferrari 312 B3 in La Rascas during a show in Monaco


Leclerc crashes Lauda Ferrari 312 B3 after brake problem in Monaco

Formula 1 world championship leader Charles Leclerc crashed Niki Lauda’s Ferrari 312 B3-74 after experiencing brake problems during a show in Monaco as part of a historic Grand Prix event.

The Monaco driver got a special opportunity to drive the car as part of the Monaco Historic Grand Prix schedule, driving the 1973 car that Niki Lauda raced alongside former Grand Prix winner Jackie Ickx in an older 312B. However, Leclerc lost control of the car approaching La Rascasse and spinning backwards into the barrier, causing significant damage to the car.

Ferrari said the Leclerc race was over due to a “brake problem”. Leclerc has previously driven a Ferrari 312T at the team’s Fiorano test circuit ahead of the Miami Grand Prix this weekend.

Giovinazzi admits Formula E is ‘difficult’

Dragon Penske Formula E driver Antonio Giovinazzi says he finds Formula E “extremely difficult” after his futile start to the 2022 season so far.

The former Alfa Romeo Formula 1 driver is racing the Dragon Penske this season but the team is sitting at the bottom of the Formula E championship table, the only 11-team team to fail to score a point after eight races.

Speaking ahead of yesterday’s second Berlin EPrix match where he finished 22nd and final after his best season in qualifying for the Championship 16, Giovinazzi admitted that his lack of experience in the electric racing series was a handicap.

It’s tough,” Giovinazzi said. “It’s definitely different. I was expecting it, but yeah, it’s very difficult. A completely different look, a different car, so it’s all completely new to me.

“Now, finally, especially in qualifying, the speed is better – I just need more laps, more experience. There is not much we can do on the track – no testing. It was very difficult this weekend to adapt to two tracks. New for the first time, you know. So it’s hard but yeah, I just keep getting better.”

McLaren expects Yogochukwu to win for the first time in British F4s

McLaren rookie Ugo Ogochukwu won his first car victory in the third race of the British Formula 4 Championship yesterday at Brands Hatch Indy.

At just 14 years old, Ogochukwu, who is racing with Karelin in the championship this season, won from third on the grid, overtaking teammate Oliver Gray on the opening lap and then overtaking captain Alex Dunn after restarting the safety car to drive. The rest of the race.

Ugochukwu was signed to McLaren’s rookie program in early 2021 after a promising karting career, including winning the 2020 FIA OKJ European Championship. Zak Brown, CEO of McLaren Racing, was present at Brands Hatch to watch his team’s prospect take its first win. in cars.

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