Leclerc endured one other tough house race in Monte Carlo as he was unable to take the race begin, encountering a driveshaft situation on his technique to the grid.
The Ferrari driver claimed pole place regardless of crashing on his closing run in Q3, closely damaging his automobile within the course of.
The crew confirmed after the Monaco Grand Prix that the driveshaft hub failure was a direct results of his crash in qualifying.
Forward of this weekend’s Azerbaijan Grand Prix, Leclerc was requested if it took him a very long time to maneuver on from the occasions of Monaco, he replied: “Not likely. As all the time at any time when I’m having a tough second I attempt to overlook it as quickly as attainable, clearly studying from it, as there may be undoubtedly one thing to study from it, however in the long run I give all of it, I completely wished that pole, however I went an excessive amount of into Q3 and sadly that value me the DNS for Sunday so it’s a disgrace it’s like this.
“I look ahead, love Baku, and searching ahead to driving it.”
After displaying race-winning ranges of velocity in Monaco, Leclerc suspects Ferrari can be introduced “again to actuality” in Baku this weekend.
“I believe it is going to be a bit again to actuality now,” Leclerc added. “Monaco was a one-off, we had been combating for the victory, which was unimaginable and really good for the motivation of everybody however now with lengthy straights and it is a little more excessive velocity generally right here, though there are numerous slow-speed corners I imagine we can be again to the conventional competitiveness that we’ve had earlier than Monaco, so let’s see.”