Here are the stats you need to know between Charles Leclerc and Lando Norris
Charles Leclerc vs Lando Norris are two of the best Formula One drivers in the world at present. They have been at the top of the game since their debut.
This article will tell you about the the stats you need to know between Charles Leclerc and Lando Norris.
Leclerc vs Norris
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Charles Lecrec has made a good start in his 2022-23 campaign. He is currently at the top of the points table with 2 podiums and a win in his hands. Spanish driver Sainz Jr. is just behind him with 33 points and 2 podiums.
On the other hand, Max Verstappen has won the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix finishing the race with 25 points. Lecrec finished second with 19 points in hands and Sainz ended at third place.
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During the race, Sainz faced some unexpected problems that he shouldn’t have. He finished third on the road as Perez accelerated out of Turn 2 and forced him wide.
Actually, Sainz was ahead at the safety car line which was supposed to mean that Perez should have to give the position back.
But despite clear television footage, the FIA’s decision made it all wrong for the Spanish driver and the situation was not resolved until after the restart.
Sainz was not happy with the situation as he felt it was very bad for racing.
“In the end, we created a mess that for me is unnecessary, given the fact that we did six laps behind the safety car and there were millions of opportunities for Checo to let me by and have a good fight at the restart,” explained Sainz.
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“If I would have got passed by George Rushell for example, what would we have done? Would Checo have had to let by Russell and me, which would have been tremendously unfair for him too, or then Checo doesn’t give me back the position because there’s Russell in between me and him and it’s tremendously unfair for me.
“It’s just these kind of things that, as a sport, we need to keep getting better at because I think we need to simplify things and just make it more quicker and easier for everyone to understand, and even for the drivers to go racing with a much clearer mind.”
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