At Silverstone on Thursday, Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc spoke this weekend about racial discrimination and the team’s chances…
Charles Leclerc: “Recent events show that there is still a long way to go in the fight against discrimination, both for society in general and for our sport in particular.
I think this whole situation is a reflection of society. We need to put in more effort. Lewis deserves unconditional respect, he is a seven-time world champion, but it’s not about titles. He is a man and all men deserve respect. It’s sad to see some people don’t understand this.
Five grands prix, since the stage in Miami, has not been a weekend for us without fines and other problems. I really expect that everything will be clean at Silverstone.
We used to be competitive on this track, which I like a lot. I’ve done well here in the past. Hopefully this will help to win the race on Sunday. I’ve been looking forward to this weekend.”
Source: F1 News
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