F1, Charles Leclerc sees himself a winner at Monza: the post speaks volumes

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A clear omen, summed up by a dreamy photomontage.

Charles Leclerc has very clear ideas ahead of his Ferrari’s return to Monza for the Italian Grand Prix. And it is very clear from his posts in recent hours on Instagram.

Indeed, if on Tuesday the Monegasque had admitted that “the first thing he thinks of when he sees the 2019 Ferrari again” is the Monza victory (complete with a dedicated sweatshirt and photomontage of that Italian Grand Prix success), on Wednesday he went even further.

In fact, Leclerc posted a new photograph, in which he can be seen exulting in front of the Monza grandstand and the festive crowd of Ferrari fans thronging at his feet. A simple photomontage (you can also tell by the yellow tracksuit the driver is wearing), which, however, represents not only the wish but, above all, the Cavallino’s big goal ahead of next Sunday’s Italian Grand Prix.

“We will not give up, we will try until the end” – Leclerc had admitted in an interview with ‘Sky Sport’ also held on Wednesday – “It is true, the last two weekends have been difficult but now we have to think about Monza, a track where anything can happen. Hopefully we can return to winning, it will be difficult but even if, on paper, the circuit does not favor us we absolutely have to try. We will also have the push of the fans, sometimes miracles happen thanks to them.”

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