Here are the stats you need to know between Charles Leclerc and Lewis Hamilton
Charles Leclerc and Lewis Hamilton 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.
Making a comparison between the the greatest driver ever and a newbie may look like an act of foolishness. But who knows if Leclerc would become one of the greats like Hamilton one day?
This article will tell you about the the stats you need to know between Charles Leclerc and Lewis Hamilton.
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Charles Lecrec made a good start in his 2022-23 campaign. At the start of the season, he was at the top of the points table with 2 podiums and a win in his hands. Spanish driver Sainz Jr. was just behind him with 33 points and 2 podiums.
Max Verstappen won the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix finishing the race with 25 points. Lecrec could have won the race but he finished second with 19 points in hands and Sainz ended at third place.
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In the previous season, Lewis Hamilton failed to retain his throne as he lost to the Belgian-Dutch legend Max Verstappen. Not that he finished second throughout the season but was forced to sit on third position because of Lando Norris.
Best F1 Drivers (2021 Average Ratings)
- Max Verstappen – 8.41
- Lando Norris – 8.14
- Lewis Hamilton – 7.68
- Charles Leclerc – 7.5
- Fernando Alonso – 7.45
- Pierre Gasly – 7.41
- Carlos Sainz – 7.09
- George Russell – 7.05
- Esteban Ocon – 6.41
- Sergio Perez – 6.36
Former F1 world champion Jenson Button believes Charles Leclerc has much better relationship with Max Verstappen than Lewis Hamilton given their history in junior formulae..
“It’s great to have these two fighting for a championship. They’ve known each other for years, they raced against each other in karting and had lots of incidents together then. I think Charles [Leclerc] understands Max [Verstappen], a lot more than maybe Lewis [Hamilton] did.”
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