Charles Leclerc: Ferrari driver says he was ‘not good enough’ after crashing out of French GP

Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc said his performance was “just not good enough” after crashing out while leading the French Grand Prix. It is the latest in a series of costly errors by Leclerc and Ferrari. Leclerc started the season well, winning two of the first three races to open up a 46-point lead over Red Bull’s Verstappen. Ferrari have had two engine failures and two strategy errors while leading, while Leclerc made a mistake at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix that turned third place into sixth. Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto offered his support to Leclerc after the race and said his team would look to react by dominating in Hungary.

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