Charles Leclerc Expresses Frustration After Q3 Crash in Zandvoort: “For F**k’s Sake”
Charles Leclerc’s hopes for a strong starting position in the Dutch Grand Prix were dashed as he crashed during Q3, resulting in a ninth-place grid position for the Ferrari driver. The incident occurred shortly after cars had returned to the track following Logan Sargeant’s earlier collision, prompting another red flag.
Leclerc’s crash took place at Turn 9, where he appeared to have control of his SF-23 car upon entry. However, as he attempted to navigate the corner, he slid onto the wet grass. The lack of grip on the slippery surface left him unable to regain control, ultimately leading to contact with the barrier and damage to the left side of his car.