Leclerc expecting “smooth transition” under new Ferrari F1 boss
The team announced recently that current incumbent Mattia Binotto has resigned and will leave at the end of December, with his replacement yet to be confirmed.
Alfa Romeo boss Fred Vasseur, who has worked extensively with Leclerc in the past at both ART and Sauber, is widely regarded as a favourite to get the job.
“Mattia called me to announce that he would stop,” said Leclerc. “I …Keep reading