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Charles Leclerc: 'Ferrari were upset by off-season skydive'

Charles Leclerc has revealed that Ferrari were 'a little bit upset' after he completed a skydive during the off-season, without requesting permission. Formula 1 drivers are often strictly forbidden from taking part in activities considered to be dangerous, with clauses in their contracts demanding they request permission from the team to take part in certain sports/events. During a fan Q&A at the Autosport International Show, Leclerc was asked what he would like to do during the winter break and whether he would be tempted by a Daytona drive, to which the Monegasque racer replied: “To be completely honest, I am obsessed with Formula 1 so in the off-season I would like to have just a...
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