The Monegasque racer finished fifth in his first outing as a Ferrari driver but like team-mate Sebastian Vettel was unable to extract the maximum from his SF90.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto says fourth and fifth in the Australian Grand Prix does not reflect the potential of its 2019 car. (...)
Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto admits that the SF90 doesn't suit to the characteristics of the Albert Park street circuit after both Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc fail to make the front row of the grid.
Charles Leclerc isn't happy with how his qualifying performance went in his debut weekend with Ferrari as he'll start the race from 5th place.
Lewis Hamilton once again goes quickest in free practice three ahead of the two Ferrari drivers in preparation for qualifying at the Australian Grand Prix
Preview of the much awaited Formula 1 2019 intra-team battle at Ferrari between the four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel and the young pretender Charles Leclerc in the very fast SF90
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