Charles Leclerc spared Ferrari’s blushes by pulling the disappointing SF1000 from seventh to an unlikely second place at the Austrian Grand Prix last weekend.
It was a stunning drive from the Monaco man. His pace and determination late on once again confirmed just how impressive he can be in pressure situations.
It was a champion’s drive for the man effectively anointed as the Scuderia’s best hope of winning a first world title since 2007.
However, for all the praise, the SF1000 is far from podium material.
Austria will simply be a weekend the Prancing Horse will want to forget, spending