Charles Leclerc says his Grand Slam at the Australian Grand Prix shows the good job Ferrari has achieved through the first three races of the season.
The Monegasque is the 26th driver in the history of Formula 1 to accomplish such achievement, by getting Pole position and then leading every lap on his way to victory at the Australian race.
Regardless of what it means, Leclerc said the achievement doesn’t mean a lot to him.
“In the end, what matters is that I crossed the finish line first at the end,” he said.
“Then obviously it’s always nice, and it shows how good of a job we’ve done until now, especially this weekend with a statistic like this.
“But yeah, it doesn’t matter to me that much,” he concluded.