Jean Todt compared Leclair to Michael SchumacherSeptember 14, 2019
The journalist Leo Turini, who has been telling the story of Scuderia for almost half a century, very vividly and figuratively told how the first victories of Charles Leclair at the wheel of a Ferrari took in Italy.
Tifosi already has all his hopes connected with Leclair, for them he is the forerunner of a new era and the future world champion, in fact, the second Michael Schumacher.
Jean Todt, who led the team from Maranello during the period when Schumacher played for her, really sees in Leclair the same qualities that were characteristic of Michael and helped him become a seven-time world champion.
“Charles is distinguished by exceptional psychological resilience, he has all the makings of a future champion and the same natural ability to lead a team, as Michael Schumacher once did,” said the FIA president in an interview with Auto Bild Motorsport. “He personifies the future of Formula 1 and Ferrari.”
Gerhard Berger, who played for Scuderia in the late 80s and the first half of the 90s, sees the champion features in the 21-year-old racer from Monaco: “Leclair can be considered anyone, but just not a nice guy living in the neighborhood – he’s a racer with excellent developed hunting instinct, and this is good, because he is not going to act too correctly and miss the opponent. ”
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