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Charles Leclerc eyes potential collaboration with Adrian Newey at Ferrari

Ferrari's Charles Leclerc anticipates possibly working with technical designer Adrian Newey, as speculation mounts over Newey's next move.

The recent announcement of Newey's impending departure from Red Bull Racing in the first quarter of 2025 has ignited a flurry of interest from top teams, with Ferrari reportedly leading the chase for his signature.

Leclerc, echoing sentiments shared by 'soon to be' teammate Lewis Hamilton, expressed his enthusiasm for the prospect of working alongside Newey at Ferrari. "I would obviously be very happy," Leclerc remarked. "Adrian is one of those figures in the paddock that you aspire to collaborate with during your career."

The Monegasque driver emphasized Ferrari's recent resurgence, citing the team's notable progress over the past months. "We have an incredible team at Ferrari at the moment," Leclerc affirmed. "Adding Adrian to a team like this would be amazing."

Ferrari's performance up-tick hasn't gone unnoticed, with the team consistently clinching podium finishes and even securing a race win in the early rounds of the season. 

Leclerc remains optimistic about Ferrari's prospects, confident that their current momentum can sway Newey's decision. "I think we are in a good place to attract the best people in the world," he stated to media.

The allure of collaborating with Ferrari is underscored by Leclerc's belief in the team's trajectory. "Whatever and whoever can come to make it even stronger is super important," Leclerc emphasized. "Adrian is one of those guys who can make a difference."

As the Formula 1 calendar progresses, attention now turns to this weekends F1 Miami Grand Prix, slated as the sixth race of the 2024 season. Set to unfold as a Sprint Race event, the Miami Grand Prix will feature a thrilling 57-lap race at the Miami International Autodrome on May 5.

In the midst of this anticipation, the Formula 1 fraternity await the resolution of Adrian Newey's next career move, with Ferrari emerging as a prime contender for his talents.

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