Charles Leclerc Now Has Grandstands Named After Him in Monaco and France F1 GP

Published 01/22/2020, 4:04 PM EST


Ferrari star Charles Leclerc had an amazing first season with Ferrari where he stood 4th on the drivers’ championship ahead of his teammate. Charles Leclerc topped the pole sitters chart by getting 7 pole positions in the 2019 season. Leclerc won two consecutive races and gave the Italian fans a reason to celebrate by winning at Monza. Fernando Alonso was the last Ferrari driver to win at Monza in 2010. Ferrari also re-signed Charles Leclerc for five years until 2024. He is the only driver on the grid to have a valid contract for that long, with even Max Verstappen is signed until 2023 only.

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Charles Leclerc Grandstand:

Having one’s name on a grandstand is a dream for every race driver. Charles Leclerc becomes the latest driver to have not one but two grandstands for his fans. Ricciardo has his in Melbourne, Sainz in Barcelona, ​​Gasly, and Grosjean at Paul-Ricard and Verstappen is getting his name on Vietnam’s grandstand.

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It is now Charles Leclerc’s turn to offer his own. Charles Leclerc also owns a karting brand with Birel ART and is also planning to launch a clothing brand. The driver announced this via Instagram. The two-time Grand Prix winner also said there will be more grandstands to be announced later on. The Italian Grand Prix would be the most logical option, but it is yet to be seen.

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The first race will be in Monaco, where grandstand K will accommodate his fans. He also informed that fans booking for his stand will receive a ‘Charles Leclerc Beach Bag’ along with an official signed cap, an official “Charles Leclerc” T-Shirt, and an official signed programme. The Grandstand K is located in sector 2 and provides a view of the piscine chicane. For the French Grand Prix, he said that the grandstand 1 will be for his fans which situated on the start/finish line and is directly opposite to his Ferrari F1 garage.

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For the French GP (June 26-28) the three-day pack is priced at €549, (beach bag and cap included). Monaco Grand Prix (May 21-24), the grandstand K is at the Swimming pool with a draw of ten people on Saturday and Sunday to come and meet the driver. The price is €800 (beach bag and cap included).

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Abhay Aggarwal

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Abhay Aggarwal is sports analyst at EssentiallySports. Having joined ES in early 2020, he has over 300 NASCAR, Formula 1, and Tennis articles to his name. Abhay has been an avid motorsports fan for over a decade, and he even attended the inaugural Indian Grand Prix in 2011.

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