Ferrari has announced that Kimi were times at the end of this season, the renstal will leave. The Fin will probably be replaced by Charles Leclerc. And it is possible that good news for the belgian Stoffel Vandoorne.
The past few days there were already strong rumors that Kimi were times at the end of this season on the side would be slid. Today, Ferrari officially announced that were times at the end of this season is actually finally out his Ferrari F1-racing car get.
The Fin, which in 2007 became world champion with Ferrari, took over at the end of 2009 already bid farewell to the Formula 1 but made a 2012 comeback with the Lotus F1 team. Then turned were times in 2014 return to Ferrari.
After a few less performance is were times this year to have a strong season but that was clearly not enough for an extended stay at the Scuderia. The Fin is likely to be replaced by the 20-year-old Monegask Charles Leclerc.
Leclerc made this season his F1 debut with the Swiss Alfa Romeo, Sauber F1 team, with strong ties to Ferrari. Ferrari does not only engines to Sauber, Leclerc had as a driver from the Ferrari Driver Academy, a racezitje at Sauber.
Good news for Vandoorne?
Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc will, therefore, probably in 2019, the rijdersduo at Ferrari shapes. At Sauber, by the possible switch of Charles Leclerc to Ferrari is likely to be one of the two racezitjes free. Possible good news for the belgian Stoffel Vandoorne.
Vandoorne should indeed be at the end of this season, is a blow for McLaren and is looking for a new racezitje for 2019. Vandoorne seems to be the most likely to make at Toro Rosso and Sauber. At Sauber, he knows his team boss Frédéric Vasseur very good. Vasseur was team boss of the GP2 team when Vandoorne there reed, and had, in the past, following statement is mentioned: “Stoffel is the most talented rider I have ever had”.
A statement that can count, knowing that Vasseur ever worked with Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton …
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