Why Leclerc Lauda’s Iconic Ferrari Crash

Formula 1: Why did Charles Leclerc Nicki Lauder Ferrari crash? – Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc wrecked the iconic 1974 Ferrari car at the Nicki Lauder Monaco during the historic Grand Prix. Although there was a lot of discussion about the devastation, the reason was finally known. Lecler lost the brake pedal while spinning in Raskas. Follow Formula 1 updates on InsideSport.IN

The Monegasque driver, who is currently leading the drivers’ position this year, said “I missed the brakes. I lost the brakes! I braked, the paddle was stiff and it went to the floor. I was lucky to get it at that moment because it wouldn’t be good if I had it somewhere else. The problem is I was scared. I just reached the corner. “

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Formula 1: Published! See why Charles Leclerc crashed the Nicki Lauder iconic 1974 Ferrari in Monaco – see photo

However, after experiencing unexpected brake frustration during his third lap on the track, Leclerc gave a twist and hit obstacles in the opposite direction, which subsequently removed the rear wing.

Although he initially tried to move once more, Leclerc later gave up and stood up straight. Smoke billowed from the back of his car before he went out to assess it.

Meanwhile, speaking directly after the episode, Leclerc was convinced that the accident was not the fault of the driver, but something to do with a mechanical failure.

Formula 1: Published! See why Charles Leclerc crashed the Nicki Lauder iconic 1974 Ferrari in Monaco – see photo

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In a close-up photo taken by Autosport, it was visible that the brake disc was released from the front left caliper. Lacking the ability to stop in the left corner of the front of the car, the brakes snatched to the right, leaving Leckler powerless.

Formula 1: Published!  See why Charles Leclerc crashed the Nicki Lauder iconic 1974 Ferrari in Monaco - see photo
Formula 1: Charles Leclerc The Nicki Lauder iconic 1974 Ferrari crashed in Monaco due to damage to a broken brake disc.

The High-Airbox 312B3 that Leclerc was operating in Monaco is claimed by Methuselah Racing, which is based in Cologne and is led by Mario Link. Lauda drove a 312B3 in his most memorable year with Ferrari in 1974, which was his first year.

Formula 1: Published! See why Charles Leclerc crashed the Nicki Lauder iconic 1974 Ferrari in Monaco – see photo

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