Leclerc will advance after winning the Monaco race

Ferrari team principal Fred Vasseur said the team expects further progress from driver Charles Leclerc, who celebrated finally achieving his dream of winning the Formula 1 world championship for his country by winning the Monaco Grand Prix last Sunday.

The Italian team has won two of the eight races so far this season, with Leclerc and Carlos Sainz winning one each, while Red Bull driver Max Verstappen has five wins and McLaren driver Lando Norris has one.

According to Reuters, Vasseur told reporters after Leclerc’s victory, “I think it was an important victory, it was the desire to win in Monaco, and sometimes he made small mistakes. In Formula 2, sometimes luck prevented him, like now.”

“At least three teams will compete strongly for the rest of the season,” Vasseur believes.

Australian McLaren driver Oscar Piastre finished second in Monaco on Sunday, with Spaniard Sainz, who won the Australian race last March, third.

Norris finished fourth and Mercedes driver George Russell fifth.

“We have at least three teams (in the competition), but I think Mercedes is not far away, and these three teams are capable of competing for pole position and competing for the win,” said Vazur, who is excited and hopes it will continue until the end of the season.

And, “Red Bull, Ferrari and McLaren will compete in the remaining sixteen races of the season at their respective tracks, and his team’s drivers must seize the opportunities presented to them,” continued the Ferrari boss last year. We have lost many points this season and we have taken a big step forward in this regard, we are making the most of our opportunities and we will continue to do so until the end of the season, but the competition is tough.”

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“If you’re in a position to win, you pay more attention to detail,” he explained.

Frenchman Vasseur, who took charge of the team in January last year, pointed out that “this is part of the development that has taken place in the last six or seven months and we have to continue in this manner.”

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