F1: Charles Leclerc has a Ferrari car collection worth R.7 million |  Entertainment

F1: Charles Leclerc has a Ferrari car collection worth R$26.7 million | Entertainment


To be a Ferrari driver in Formula 1 must be the dream of many. Have a collection of Ferrari cars in the garage, too. And while it may seem difficult to fulfill both desires – or even just one – there are those who have already achieved it. His name is Charles Leclerc. In the 2022 title race for the biggest division in world motorsport, the 24-year-old driver drives at least six games from an Italian brand. all in all, the collection is worth at least R$26.7 million.

Check out Charles Leclerc’s cars:

Charles Leclerc owns a 1000 hp Ferrari hybrid – Photo: Disclosure

Evaluated in BRL 7.4 million in Brazil, the SF90 Stradale is one of Leclerc’s favorites. Hybrid, super sports car has V8 4.0 biturbo enginewhich produces 780 hp, along with three other electric motors. In total, the car produces an impressive 1,000 hp and 81.5 kgfm. In fact, this set of machines allows the model to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in just 2.5 seconds and reach a maximum speed of 340 km / h.

The 812 Superfast is one of Leclerc’s first Ferraris.

For a Formula 1 driver, having a super-powerful Ferrari seems trivial. That’s why Charles also has an F8 Spider in his collection. That model doesn’t have the generous 1,000 hp of the SF90 Stradale, but it’s right behind it. 800 horsepower. The sports car is equipped 6.5 V12 engine and still delivers 73.2 kgfm of torque. Zero to 100 km/h takes just 2.9 seconds. Here, the price is at least 6.9 million dollars.

Charles Leclerc’s Ferrari 488 Spider customized for number 16 — Photo: Disclosure

In the 2022 Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix, Charles Leclerc arrived every day at the Italian racetrack in a Ferrari 488 Pista Spider. You have an example V8 biturbo engine with 721 hp and 78.5 kgfm of torque. According to the manufacturer, acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h is done in 2.8 seconds. And the Monegasque car is still private. Next to the doors, the number 16 – which the driver competes in F1 – is a sticker. Shipping costs approx. 450 thousand dollars (approximately R$ 2.1 million in direct conversion).

Charles Leclerc participated in the launch of the F8 Spider – and took one home – Photo: Disclosure

Another model that is part of the Leclerc garage is the F8 Spider. And V8 3.9 biturbo engine, Ferrari offers 720 hp of power, 78.5 kgfm of torque and has a top speed of 340 km / h.. Therefore, it reaches 0 to 100 km / h in 2.9 seconds. In Brazil, a car as good as this is cheap BRL 5.3 million.

Charles Leclerc Lusso’s Ferrari GTC 4 spotted in Formula 1 garage — Photo: Disclosure

The impressive collection also features the GTC 4 Lusso. And V12 engine, the sports car delivers 690 hp and 71.6 kgfm of torque. It takes just 3.5 seconds to reach 100 km/h. Ferrari does not come from less than 300 thousand dollars in Europe (approximately R$ 1.5 million before tax).

Ferrari Portofino convertible costs R$ 3.5 million in Brazil – Photo: Disclosure

And V8 biturbo engine, Ferrari Portofino is one of the experimental lovers. Product of super sports car 600 hp and delivers 77.5 kgfm of torque. Top speed is 320 km/h and zero to 100 km/h is done in 3.1 seconds. You can find models like this for approx BRL 3.5 million in the Brazilian market.

Ferrari SF90 helped Charles Leclerc to his first wins at Spa-Francorchamps and Monza – Image: Disclosure

Heading off the road and onto the slopes, Charles Leclerc also owns the relic. It’s about SF90, the model that the driver won his first victory in Formula 1, in 2019. At the time, he thanked Ferrari for the gift in a post on social media. However, the model is not close to all the others mentioned above. That is because he preferred to leave his best memory under the care of Prince Albert of Monaco.

And still there are those who say that Charles Leclerc has other ships in the garage, like a Jaguar XFa Land Rover Discovery, one McLaren GTa Bugatti Chiron and Rolls-Royce Wraithbut there is no evidence of a pilot with either of these vehicles.

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